How far along?: 25 weeks and 6 days! Now less than 100 days to go!
Total weight gain: We're up to 22 pounds!
How big is baby?: Over 14 inches long and close to 2 pounds!
Maternity clothes?: Yes, yes, and yes! I may need to invest in more maternity camisoles... layering is nice when it's cold!
Stretch marks?: Still none... yet!
Sleep: It was so nice to be in our own bed... now if I could get the belly comfy! It won't quite fit onto the maternity pillow yet, but it kinda hurts to just have it without a pillow underneath.
Best moment this week: Seeing my belly dance when little boy was moving around! It was really weird yet really cool!
Movement: He's a kicker alright! Oh, and a squirmer!
Food cravings: Hmm, don't think so! I just like to eat! ;-)
Gender: A sweet, sweet little boy!
Labor Signs: Negative!
Belly Button in or out?: Darren made fun of it today because there is hardly even a belly button there anymore!
What I miss: This week? Nothing!
What I am looking forward to: Christmas with our families next week! I love Christmas time! Wish Clayton was with us to celebrate, but I'm sure he'll be kicking me all the time reminding me of his presence!
Weekly Wisdom: Spend time with your significant other, alone! And no, I don't necessarily mean in that department! We are quickly realizing that there are less than 100 days left of just "us". Although that is awesome and exciting, we know we won't have any more quiet nights, lazy Saturday mornings, or well, alone time!
Milestones: Less than 100 days to go!!!! Double digits! From babycenter: Around the end of this week, or early next week, baby's eyelids will open for the first time! That doesn't mean that he can see very well. Human babies are born myopic, able to see only about eight inches in front of them (just enough t, at birth, look at your face, though even that is a bit blurry at first) and better able to distinguish black and white than color. He's completely covered in vernix now, that white sticky substance that keeps him from getting waterlogged in there! He continues to pummel your intestines (NO JOKE!!!) and you may also feel him hicupping - a lot. As his lungs prepare to breathe air, he's inhaling and exhaling amniotic fluid!
|I should really learn to turn my face better, Darren says my face is not as fat as it looks!|