Hurry up baby girl!
Also, we have picked a name, but sometimes Steven still wants to change it.
So, until she is here and answering to a name, I'll keep a lid on it.
(Except if I already told you, then you keep a lid on it.)
By far the best thing I've heard in the past couple of days was the Doctor at my appointment today. He told me that I am dilated to a 4, and that they aren't even sure that I'll make it to when they were thinking they might induce.
P.S. Yeah right. We all know in about 4 weeks I'll be blogging about how I can't wait for the baby to just get here already!
A joke came up last night, (the night before Valentine's Day) that my father-in-law and husband thought that I would enjoy.
Adam came to God and God told Adam, "I'm going to give you the most loving, beautiful, intelligent, caring, perfect woman."
Adam asked, "What will it cost me?"
God said, "An arm and a leg."
Adam said, "What can I get for a rib?"
One of my favorite shows to watch right now. It's popularity with me sort of goes out the window once I've brought home my own baby, but for a while I love it. It's on TLC, and it follows families home for the first 48 hours of having their babies home. It's entertaining to say the least.
Lisa introduced me to Pandora, and I am so glad she did! It's totally free, and all you do is type in an artist or song you like, and it creates playlists for you of music that is similar.
I love it for two reasons.
1. I hear music I haven't heard in a really long time that I don't have
We are addicted to this.
I am re-reading this right now, and I love how each time I read it, I still don't understand everything until they work it out. Love it.
Are these loves of a person stuck inside waiting for spring/baby? Surely not.
Today at the doctor they told us that everything looks great, and if I progress as quickly as I did last time, they will induce us at 38 weeks!
And yes, still no baby name. My palms are constantly sweating.