65 days

65 days until our baby girl is due to be here.

I am really starting to feel the pressure that she will be here in no time.

She is moving all the time.  The craziest is when she changes positions and it feels like she may pop through my tummy.

By the end of the day, my back and feet are achey and sore.

Almost all of my regular clothes are now no longer options for maternity outfits.

Comfortable sleeping are two words that no longer belong together.  And going through the night without a pee break is not an option.

I get super emotional without any notice, tears just happen.

Being sick while pregnant is the absolute worst.  Miserable is an understatement.

The nursery finally feels like it's coming together.  Although we still have much to do.

I grow more and more anxious for her arrival everyday. I just want to meet her. I want to see her face and love on her.  It's kinda my favorite when I see Jason's excitement; he is going to be the best dad.  This is just the most amazing time of our lives, worth whatever pregnancy decides to throw my way.

christmas time

december 8, 2012 - 28 weeks pregnant

Last weekend was Jason's Anesthesia Christmas parties.  This year was a bit different for me than last year, for obvious reasons.  Although for being 7 months pregnant, I was pretty proud of myself for making it through the night in heels and closing out the party at midnight.  I have to admit that my poor feet were killing me by the end of the night, but it was well worth it to have a good time with great friends.  I soaked my feet in warm water and got a foot massage before crashing in bed that night.  Jason takes good care of me :)

I have truly enjoyed getting into the Christmas spirit this year.  We haven't been able to go all out with decorations and such like we usually do since we have plenty of baby projects keeping us occupied.  One of my favorite things to think about lately is how this time next year we will have a precious baby girl celebrating her first Christmas.  I get so overwhelmed with excitement wondering what she will think about all the beautiful lights and decorations.  I wonder if she will be a fan of Santa or be totally freaked out.  And most of all, I can't wait to tell her the story of Jesus being born in the manger.  This is such a special time of year!

With the events that happened this past Friday in Connecticut, I can't help but also be a bit nervous about bringing an innocent child into this scary world.  My heart still aches for all the families that lost someone that day.  I can't even begin to comprehend losing a child.  My thoughts and prayers continue to be with them.


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