Wednesday, August 26, 2009

6 Month Ramblings

6 Months
This is me with the big belly. All belly, that is me. Sometimes I forget how big it is until I look in the mirror and it tickles me a bit. We are having fun getting ready for Henry. I am working hard and coming home too tired to do anything at night, but I am being a weekend warrior. Randall is an evening and weekend warrior. Someone asked me if I had started my nesting yet. I told them no, that it was too early for all that and I would not have to nest because Randall is already covering that for me. The guy is something else. You have got to love him!
I am terrified of the H1N1 virus and in panic mode/germ combat mode. It is amazing how I have acquired a horrible cough knowing how obsessed with germs I have been lately. It is nothing but a cough/cold type thing though. I think I will call tomorrow to ensure there is nothing else I should be taking other than the over the counter, disgusting tasting cough syrup I am consuming every 4 hours. I sound like a sea loin in heat when I cough and people look at me as though I am the walking H1N1 death and it is quite embarrassing. I have not the flu, but they don't know that...poor people.
I am finding all kinds of cute websites with bubble suits/rompers for little boys. I love the idea of Henry sporting those cute little outfits. I think there is nothing cuter than a baby boy in a little bubble suit/romper outfit. It is the only time in a boy's life they get to look frilly and sweet and not been seen as a little light in their loafers. I love it!
Christmas shopping is about to get in full swing here. I want to be finished by mid-October or the first of November. Everything I have purchased so far is wrapped and in a closet. It is funny, but necessary, if you know me and my love for Christmas. Having a baby in the slap middle of my season was not intentional, believe you me. I am glad he will be making it for Christmas this year, don't get me wrong. I am excited about Henry celebrating Jesus with us from now on.
Well, I best get my feet up and some cough syrup in my system. Comment on our blog from time to time...we know you read it, let us know what you think about our ramblings!
Abby

2 comments:

Kelley said...

You look as cute as can be at 6 months pregnant. I wasn't a cute pregnant person. People used phrases like "Bless Your Heart," "You are due soon right?" Your energy level will start to pick up. That nesting phase is really real. I worried about things that were ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

You are beautiful and ooze happiness! How fun these blogs will be as you watch that little guy grow.
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Patty Littrell