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Weekend Recap

Friday night when I got home from work, J surprised me and had put the baby's crib together. We still need a mattress and a lot of other things before it actually looks like a nursery, but having the crib sitting in there makes it that much more real. Its so cute how excited J is for the baby to get here. I love it. I don't have a picture of the crib yet but I'll definitely put some up soon.

Also, Saturday afternoon J got to feel the baby move!! Yay! I'm so excited he finally can feel it... Baby A is moving around all the time now and I can definitely feel every little "punch" and "kick". He's a very active little guy! :o)

I'm having some trouble with fatigue again. Very tired all weekend!! Yesterday I was even getting light headed doing the smallest tasks - I would walk halfway up the stairs and have to stop because I was feeling a little dizzy. And I did a pretty light workout yesterday and was still getting lightheaded multiple times and had to take several breaks. I'm going to call my nurses line and make sure its not something I should be concerned about...

Anyway, yesterday we finally got to go to church and I got to briefly meet our pastor, whom J has been training for several weeks and just thinks the world of. It was nice to finally meet him and I can tell he really likes J as well. Its always cool to meet the clients that J talks so much about. I feel like I already know them! We went to a BBQ at one of the sales guys' house that works with J at FDF. I've met them once at the Christmas party/meeting last year but was nice to see them again. Weather was very cool and I was still exhausted but we still had fun.

I fell asleep on the couch at 6:30 last night when we got home. How sad is that?! I pretty much only woke up to eat a brownie and then to go to bed... Really sad thing is, I'm still tired today and could use another 4 or 5 hours of extra sleep I'm sure. I'm going to try and nap as much as possible this week...not going to be very likely though. Busy week and work and the house is a mess at home. Bleh.

And lastly, how about them 3-0 Chiefs!!!??!? Oh yeah!!! :o)


Anonymous said…
Baby A is just having a growth spurt!!! Remember to do what you can and take it easy the rest of the time.....and, YAY CHIEFS!!!

Can't wait to see you Friday! :)

Brandy@YDK said…
AWWW - I remember being pregnant. it sucked - lol. Hope you aren't having blood pressure issues.

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