Life At 11 Weeks

I decided to go ahead and update again since I start school a week from Thursday again and may drown in my classes. This semester is my last "hard" semester, but boy is it going to be HARD! I'm taking Quantitative Business Analysis along with Ethics in Legal Environment in the first block and my Capstone (final course - Corporate Planning) and Advanced Healthcare Management in my second block. I am not looking forward to QBA and I know I will be very busy in the next few weeks.

Andy encouraged me to take two more health care electives in the fall. If I do this, I will have an MBA with an emphasis in health care management. I feel this is a good decision also and...two more classes seems like nothing to me right now! Not after taking 2 at a time. I will only need to take 1 each block which will be a breeze compared to what I've been taking!

In other news, Andy graduates May weekend!! We are so so excited and I am so proud of him. He is not close to being done since he plans to finish his HR or Accounting degree (I'm not sure which he has decided) as well as pursue an MBA...BUT, I am so proud to say that he has finished his degree in just two years. What an awesome feat!! All while working full time. He is such a hard working husband!

In pregnancy news - I am feeling great at 11 weeks. Last weekend I had to buy a belly band to cover my unbuttoned pants and also a couple of shirts. I feel great though; a lot of the fatigue has gone away and I don't feel like I'm starving all the time. There are some rough moments at work when I am extremely tired, but overall I am doing well! I can't believe that in just 2 short weeks I will be moving into the second trimester! And just two months until we will find out if we will be decorating in pink or blue :)

Next week I will post my 12 week picture. I can't believe it has almost been a month since we went to the doctor! I will be going to the doctor again next Wednesday and I ask that everyone keep us in your prayers for a healthy report.

And, finally, a big happy congratulations to K and her fiance who made it safely back from Africa and, after being separated for a year and a half, are now happily MARRIED! God really does answer prayers - in His own time and His own way.

Matthew 21:22
"And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive."

1 comment:

Science Bear said...

Glad you're feeling better and that classes are going well!