Friday, February 16, 2007

Weird Dreams and Wonderful News

Okay, so I know that I have not posted in a VERY long time, but I have a very good reason. I am now 19 weeks pregnant!

For those of you who are good with your mathematics, you will notice that during my first trimester I was not so active in the blogging world. be honest....I wasn't really active in any world. Unless the toilet counts as a world? Ick. and thank goodness for pills.

Anyhoo. I feel MUCH better now. Thank goodness.

In other pregnancy related news (non puking I promise), I have been having some really strange and vivid dreams. I know vivid dreams quite common for pregnant women, however, one particular dream that occurred awhile ago was kinda funny.

Of course, I call it funny because things that happened during my day kept popping into my dream. So maybe it wasn't so much funny as odd? Whatever.

Pat Sajak and Vanna White, my sister Marcy, me being pregnant (yes, in the dream) and mountain biking. Throw in a few pickles, mead (no idea where that came from) and a random older couple and you have a rather interesting dream.

Actually, I have been having quite a few dreams recently that include variations of things that occurred during the day. hm...

More interesting baby news: We are having a girl!

D is already talking about chasing the boys away with his shotgun. Oh boy. He's very excited about his little girl, although he is also still hoping that I'll let him dress her in baseball gear. Hopeless. but cute.

Oh, and this little girl...already showing the attitude. We even have a sonogram picture of her looking straight at you and what is she doing with her hand? The loser sign. Yup, that's right. Not to mention the fact that her recent hobbies include yoga, kickboxing and generally abusing my bladder. (and yes, I know, "Just wait until she gets bigger!")

Adorable and crazy as all get out.

1 comment:

the weirdgirl said...

Congratulations!! I haven't been here in a while (because you hadn't posted in a while) but wonderful news! I'm so happy for you!

And don't worry, the kicks get a little better very soon... because she'll start running out of room. My last 2 months, what I thought was my son "pushing" on my stomach were actually Braxton-Hicks contractions.