You're probably thinking that I will be posting nursery pics on here because I've been SOOO busy planning and decorating and buying. You would be SOOO wrong. I've done nothing. Zip. Nada. I don't know the safest car seat on the market, or what bedding I need for my child, I haven't even registered. In fact, the nursery is still currently a guest room. Sorry if I gave the Type A planners out there a heart attack.
It will be okay. After the cruise, we're going to get to work. We don't feel quite so much like it will be dooming this pregnancy now. Of course, lots of it will still have to wait until baby comes because we don't know if we're bringing home a son or daughter.
In great news, I overwhelmingly passed my glucose tolerance test. First of all, I loved the delicious sugary drink. It was like super hyped-up Kool-Aid. However, it made me feel like a trembling, dizzy pile of crap pretty much immediately. I thought my sugar must be high. Wrong... It was actually down to 29 at an hour. Which is really low. The goal is between 70-140. I thought I must have gotten an A+ with my super low number. Except my OB called and told me to never drink that stuff ever again. He was pretty freaked out by how much mine dropped. So, I'm NOT diabetic and I can continue to EAT!!!
Speaking of eating, let's have a little show and tell about my belly size:
My face isn't usually included in these pics, but apparently Aaron felt it necessary so you could compare my normal head size to my not-so-normal belly size. I personally think our clothes dryer has started to malfunction and is shrinking my clothes. I mean, really, look at that tank top. It used to be kinda big... If you're wondering what a belly like that weighs, 13 pounds would be the answer. And it feels heavy.
Aaron, Gil and I will be leaving for our cruise on Saturday and we are excited!!! This sexy belly is ready for some delicious cruise food and swimming!