14 Ain't So Friendly

This week I am celebrating 14 weeks of pregnancy. I wish I could say I was so extactic about this fact, but I haven't had much energy to think that way. Monday (Memorial Day) I was blessed with waking up at 8 a.m. to a stomach virus, which left me in bed until 7 p.m. with a bucket by my side and my wonderful husband bringing me Gatorade and popsicles. Needless to say, it was not pleasant and I didn't eat for about a day and a half!!

However, I am making up for that now.

Here is a 14 week shot. Between week 13 and 14 I grew so much!! I am so excited because it is so real now.

Lord willing, we will go to meet our friend Carolyn, who works as an Ultrasound Tech, on JUNE 8 to find out if this little one will be in pink or blue!! Of course, this is only providing the baby is positioned right, but we are *so* excited and so thankful to have a friend that is happy to share this with us and give us a sneak peek!! Just F.Y.I. . . that is only one and a half weeks away!

Onto other news, I am surviving school so far, but it ain't easy. I have 3 more weeks left of the first, it goes by so fast. I am somehow managing, although right now I really should be working on my final projects instead of blogging.

My husband has started remodeling the right side of the house, which will include the nursery, the guest bath, and the mother and mother-in-law suite :). Our extra bedroom is a we decided to completely remodel it and the bathroom to make it very inviting for the many guests we will be thankful to have this Thanksgiving and Christmas, including some close friends from Texas hopefully. Our bathroom is almost finished, but here is a teaser :)

I have a lot of energy this afternoon (yay!) so I am off to finish cleaning (which is SUCH a chore when you are pregnant...things just pile up and up and up and finally you get this BOOM of energy!). Thanks to everyone for your support and advice, you are amazing!!

Psalms 127:3
Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is his reward.

1 comment:

Cory said...

Can you spare Andy for a couple of weeks? I would love to have him do some tile work!
Glad you're feeling better. We're looking forward to our trip in July and can't wait to see your pregnant belly!