Friday, September 26, 2008

Uh...

So much to say, no time to say it.

Baby is moving and groovin' like the dickens. Of course Ray being oblivious still can't feel it. It's not like it's light taps or anything the baby uses my tummy as a punching bag but Ray can't seem to concentrate on what that feels like.

Anyway, I am not upset about it eventually the baby will kick or punch me hard enough he'll realize what it is. We decided on a name for the kidlet and bought furniture this week. Hopefully the furniture will be here before I give birth. We'll see. Even if it's not that's okay since baby will be in the PnP until he/she sleeps through the night. As long as I have the PnP and a place to sit upstairs in our bedroom that's all baby will need for sleeping arrangements when he/she is born. Everything else can come later I suppose.

I am slowly but surely working on the registry. Gosh there is so much baby crap- I probably don't need like 3/4 of it. But I want to register for the stuff I want not just need.

So naturally now that I am past the half way mark my thoughts have turned to L&D. I meant to talk with Dr J (my ob) about about it last time I was in the office but I had a raging UTI and talking about that took up most of our 20 minutes together. I'll ask at my next appointment. I still haven't decided if I want to go med free- I am thinking I would like to try but 1. I already know I'll be on antibiotics for the labor due to the GBS and 2. I don't want to be a hero-LOL. So I am not sure what the point of doing classes like Bradley etc are? Trish, I know you did Bradley are the infatically against pain meds? I'd like to leave my options open in case I can't take it. *sigh*

Life in general is going along okay so far. I still have yet to put up the wall paper border in the nursery but seriously, it will get done this weekend if I have to force Ray into the room with me. We also need to fix the closet door in there but I think that will have to wait until next weekend.

In other news- Ray's cousin Mark and his wife Julia (they are the one that have the year old baby boy-Sam) are expecting again. She's due two months after me almost exactly. We saw them probably a week before they found out. Isn't that great? I am so excited for them!! She said she's been really sick this time around- I told her that means it's probably a girl (just based on the fact that her symptoms are different from when she was pregnant with Sam). We are excited to see them next weekend-I guess I gotta start another blanket (of course I should finish the one for our baby first right?). I hope she didn't put her maternity clothes too far away-LOL.

Well that's it from here...back to work (or something like that) TGIF though!

3 comments:

angelaraew said...

TGIF is right! :)

I'm so glad things are going well for you. I bet when DH and I get pg (whenever that may be) he won't be able to feel the baby either.

Glad to hear that everything is going well for you!

laurenjean said...

happy to hear you have a boogying mini-parrish...that feeling, although really hard sometimes, was one of my favorite things!!!

get that registry moving girl...so i can get a clear pick of something to send that little sweetie...

Trish J said...

How did I manage to never post a response to this? Man - I dropped the ball on that one!

Bradley is about giving you the birth experience you want, and bringing a happy, healthy baby into the world safely. It's about training ahead of time to ready your body and mind for an exhausting, stressful, scary and challanging experience. It's about developing an informed plan and managing your pain and stress so you can stick to that plan - it's not about denying yourself relief. It just offers alternatives to the kinds of relief and methods most ofen provided by tradional pratitioners.

I'll send you an e-mail with specifics. I apologize for taking so long to get back to you - I think I've checked your blog about a million times to see if you updated and never responded! Talk to you soon.