It's been quite a while since I posted an update, but life has been crazy. Between moving in, unpacking, getting internet, and the newest thing: losing my cord to download pictures, I just haven't blogged. And I really cannot find my cord, so even though I took some semi-decent belly shots, you don't get to see them. I tried taking some at about 30-31 weeks, but deleted them all after I couldn't hide my double chin. I also have some from last week, but they are still on the camera. Anyway, here I am at 34 weeks.
Size of baby: Almost 18 inches and over 4 1/2 pounds, according to Baby Center.
Total Weight Gain: 30 pounds. So I find it funny that every time I tell someone my due date, they respond with, "Really? You don't look nearly that far along." Either everyone is just really nice, or I have distributed the weight evenly. I feel huge.
Maternity Clothes: Not tired of them yet.
Gender: Boy. Still no name.
Movement: Still the best part of being pregnant.
Sleep: Not horrible. My sleep has been interrupted more by the twins than pregnancy since we moved in.
What I miss: Being able to bend over. It will be nice to tie my shoes again without grunting.
Cravings: I've been through a hungry phase again--sweets and those same old cheeseburgers.
Symptoms: The joys of third trimester. Braxton-Hicks, aches, hemroids, and waddling. But I still think it is better to have him in than out. I'll put up with the symptoms for awhile, because I'm not ready for a newborn just yet. I think I'll know I'm ready when it sounds better to have him out than in.
Best moment this week: Spending an awesome date night with my husband. 12 years and counting.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
What a crazy, but fun, Halloween this year. Yesterday was spent running around all crazy like. We started off the day at Tyler's school for the costume parade. As soon as it was over, I put the twins down for their nap, then rushed over to the house where our stuff was about half unloaded. Dan and I switched places, so I spent the afternoon directing traffic and unpacking. Then we went over to my sister's house for Halloween night. Every year, they set up a party in the garage, complete with dinner (taco soup and corn bread), tv (this year football), fire pit and so on. The kids all had a blast trick-or-treating. I was especially excited for Brady and Carter, since this was actually their first year. I wasn't sure they were going to even wear their costumes. Every other time I had tried to put them on, the second they were done up, they cried, "off, off." But they wore them, minus the capes, and had a blast. Till next year!