Here we are! 30 Weeks, just 10 to go.
Does that make anyone else super nervous and excited at the same time?
Okay, just me.
It's been 5 years since we had a baby in the house, I'm confident that I at least know what I am doing this time around but still, nervous.
I had good intentions to do some other posts this week about some plushes I made her and I have done a little more work in my dining room.
But the unthinkable happened!
My husband caught a cold and has been home sick all week... sick husbands really take up your time.
And I've been working on Maeve's quilt, so my dining room is a total wreck at the moment. [Her quilt top is the background in my pictures this week] But it's totally easier to blame it on my husband, who spent almost 3 days in bed. Bless him.
The good news, we start working on her room next week. We're making a run down to Ikea in Dallas to pick up a rug, shelving and a crib. Well, we hope a crib. The inventory listed online isn't promising, but I agreed to compromise according to stock. It's just a crib after all, as long as she has a place to sleep, I won't stress over the style or shade too much.
I'm excited to finally be putting her room together. I've had ideas bouncing in my head for months and I can finally start pulling them together. I'm pretty excited.
In other news, I look like a pregnant horse!
I'm not calling myself fat, it's just, have you ever seen a pregnant horse?
Notice how that poor lady's sides are bulging out...
See my sides? It's subtle, but totally starting to bulge out at the sides... I guess because I haven't gained much weight. I even pointed it out for you, just look! It cracks me up.
I'll continue to complain about my heartburn because, YEEEEEESH, it's all the time now. I've even tried eating a healthier diet and nope, still got the heartburn 24/7. I'm starting to assume she's coming out with shoulder length hair.
I had a head full of dark hair as a baby, so it would not surprise me if she had a head full of hair as well.
The bad part? I have hardly purchased any hair bows, I'm really horrible at this girl thing.
I've been raising a boy for 5 years and it's hard switching gears.
Really, really, super duper hard.