We are now in the last few weeks of incubating and I know that Daddy can't wait until you arrive. (cause that means Mama will stop the heavy snoring and he can sleep in our bed, and peacefully). Yes I have a bit of a snoring problem this pregnancy. I had it with Logan too, but not nearly as bad. I have even starting using breath right strips, but they aren't helping that much. You are getting a lot heavier too! I can feel a lot of pressure at the base of my belly and walking up and down our stairs, are the biggest chore for me everyday. We get very winded easily and I feel as though I have to sit down more as the day goes on. You are still very active in this tiny space, but that keeps mama's mind at ease feeling you, no matter how sharp the jab may be.
Boo Boo brought over the fish tank so that we could get it all cleaned up for you to give to Logan when we come home from the hospital. Now we just have to figure out what kind of fish to get. Daddy isn't too thrilled about the fish tank, but everyone knows that I will be in charge of cleaning the tank and helping Logan feed the fish. I am sure he will be very excited to get that from you. He has been wanting to give you more kisses and really wants to have you out. He thinks you are a boo boo on my belly so he kisses and hugs it and says Hi Hunter. He has even been showing people your crib and telling them that it is "baby Huntars, bed", sometimes he puts toys in it for you too.
Here is what we look like today!
We have a check-up this Friday to see that you are in position, not that it matters, and check your fluid and size. Can't wait to see how much you have grown! Stay cozy in there little guy!
Your Family March 2012, feeding the ducks at Kennedy Park!
Hugs & Kisses