Monday, April 12, 2010

Can you feel me now?

I had a really horrible night’s sleep Saturday. I woke up early Sunday morning (3:32 a.m. to be exact, since I went to the kitchen to drink some water and saw the time on the Stove/Microwave) to some wicked pressure in my middle region. It felt like a huge beach ball was blown up in my stomach…. I walked around, sat up in bed and finally went upstairs to try and study since I was already awake.

Sunday, April 10, 2010 10:33 am

Carl woke up and asked how I felt. We were just laying in bed and I told him that I wish I could just go to sleep. He asked is Rozi was being a crazy dancer and I said, “Yes, she’s moving around.”

Of course being a first time daddy, he reached over and said, “Is she moving?” and I told him yes. He said he couldn’t feel anything and the next thing I know, I felt the biggest kick of 2 weeks! I asked, “Did you feel that?!” He started laughing and said, “YES.”

At least we know she’s obedient.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Baby brain

Thank goodness for spell check:

Wer chouls have lease and money lno later than Tuesday.


We should have lease and money no later than Tuesday...

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Boy or Girl?

Carl and I went to the doctor’s office at 8:20 a.m. and Monday April 5, 2010 was the day we got to find out if KBB was a boy or a girl.... wouldn't you know the baby wouldn't cooperate. We took pictures for almost half an hour! Apparently this kid likes the camera and loves his/her moment to shine.... Ha ha.
But truthfully, the baby felt like a bag of popcorn all of Sunday night, you would have thought it was at a night club and grooving because I couldn't hardly get comfortable enough to get any normal amount of shut eye. By the time we got to the doctor's office, KBB was sound asleep. The sonographer nudged my tummy a bit and we kept telling him/her to wake up. When the little bugger finally woke up, it was trying to kick us away, hence the first photo being of that big 'ol foot. Unfortunately, the baby already has my feet because it's large and you can see every little bone! KBB started the sono folded completely in half and Theresa, the technician, said this was one of the most flexible babies she has ever seen. The arms hugging the back of of the knees! You can see in these pictures that this child gradually unfolds towards the end of our 20 minute photo shoot. We won the most difficult sonogram of the day and we were her first patient...
Little Miss Roslynne Marie, what a hoot she will be!