I’ve learned to take any and all art projects outside. :p
More pictures later when I’m able to upload them from my camera.
You’re now 18 weeks pregnant, your baby must be busy flexing his arms and legs. His blood vessels are visible through his skin and his ears are now in their final position. http://bit.ly/11SKQgT
I’ve got an art craft planned for Sophie when she wakes up from her nap, I’m pretty excited about it because this will be her first experience with finger paints. I found a few edible paint tutorials on Pinterest so I’m going to try one out and hope for the best. Even if the craft doesn’t go according to plan I know she’ll have blast getting messy outside.
I’ll probably give her a sink bath afterwords with lots and lots of bubbles to play with.
Getting less than two hours of sleep is awful and I don’t recommend it, especially when pregnant.
Appointment today! Baby’s heart rate was 144bpm, over 20bpm slower than Sophie’s ever got to. My uterus is measuring right on track, while with Sophie I always measures weeks ahead. They went ahead and ran an A1C test today, since I had gestational diabetes with Sophie they’re skipping the 1 hour glucose test and will either go straight to the 3 hour one or go ahead and label it as gestational diabetes depending on the results from the blood test.
I should be getting a call today with the date of my anatomy scan, if I don’t I’ll probably get the call tomorrow.
Rainbow soap! (Not nearly as tasty as it looks.) Sophie had a lot of fun dumping and mixing the soaps, she even came back to it after a brief dip in the pool. When she was finished playing she handed me the bowls and told me ‘all done!’
She played with cloud dough too for a little bit, but that activity turned into her dumping it all on the concrete and vigilantly trying to put all the pieces back into the plate.
Judging people at the fair yesterday (Sophie’s resting face looks really judgmental but she’s actually one of the friendliest babies I know).
Sophia is clearly a model.
We tried to get out to the park today but left after thirty minutes because it was sooo hot out. Kyle and I made up for it by taking her to a local fair once the weather cooled down.
The car won’t be as quick of a fix as we thought. The part we need isn’t in stock so we need to order it, which could take a week or two. On the plus side, it’s only mildly expensive and not something outrageous that’s going to set us back. Looking at this positively it gives us two more weeks to save up for furniture and such.