• The “new” house is coming along nicely. The bathroom should be done by this weekend and then the whole upstairs will be complete! (aside from the kitchen)
  • The kitchen, it’s kind of scary right now. It needs gutted and cleaned a little more. Then we need to paint, lay the flooring, put cabinets up, etc. This should be fun  :-(
  • Tom turned 25 last month and I then immediately called my car insurance company so we could get that sweet savings! We now pay $57 dollars less every month! Wa-hoo!
  • Since I was “too tired” to go to breast-feeding class on Wednesday. Thursday I called to re-schedule and get into the next available class. Um…yeah, it’s not until March 12th! I will have the baby by then so we’ll see how this goes. I should have just gone Wednesday, darn it!
  • The baby is doing good, she passed her bio-physical Thursday with an 8 out of 8 score! YAY! She was sleeping and not moving at all so that was concerning the ultrasound chick but she eventually prodded her enough to move around a little.
  • Still haven’t packed my hospital bag, I know, I’m procrastinating.
  • Still haven’t packed anything in my house yet so that we can eventually move.
  • I am really sleepy and hungry lately, I went to sleep at six last night and didn’t make up until this morning, what is up with that?
  • I am suspicious the baby has/is dropped/dropping. I feel more pressure where her head is and I have to pee constant.
  • I’m off to lunch!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. girlymama
    Feb 08, 2008 @ 14:31:58

    breastfeeding is no where NEAR as scary as giving birth, so if you miss that class its not a big deal. Sleep, sleep, sleep girl!! AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!!!!!!

  2. twithhoney
    Feb 08, 2008 @ 17:07:17

    Don’t worry about missing the breastfeeding class. Just ask for the hospital’s lactation specialist after giving birth – well, at least the hospital I had Princess at had one. Plus most of the nurses had special training on breastfeeding.

    And if nothing else, when you get home post questions on your blog and those of us with experience will do our best to help you out. :)

  3. morethananelectrician
    Feb 08, 2008 @ 20:11:42

    For your own sake…get a place in the new house that is going to be sanctuary from the move and renovations…trust me. And this is from the “Dad’s” view. We have had three.

    The sooner “Mom and Child” develope a system and a routine (any system and any routine), the better it is for both of you.

    Comfortable and Content Baby=some sleep for Mom.

    Uncomfortable and Uneasy Baby=zero sleep for Mom.

    Hang in there.

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