Monday, November 28, 2011
Friday, November 18, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Mr. Wesley is measuring in the 65th percentile. Whoa-baby is right!!!! They still aren't changing my due date but I highly doubt if I am gonna make it to November 4th with him measuring as large as he is. He is still breech but lately I have been noticing he is making the attempt to flip cause he gets sideways at points. The next time this happens I will have to take a snap shot cause it feels as uncomfortable as it looks. But now to photos...
|You can see him just staring at you saying, "What do you want man, I'm just chilling here!"|
|Yea Wes is still a boy as the tech also commented on again :)|
|Just being the cutest little snuggle bug ever! Uh I can't wait to hold him!|
|Using those kidneys and swallowing away!|
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Monday, July 4, 2011
While 18 weeks may seem like a lot to some people I have a feeling it is going to fly by!
That is it folk 18 weeks to go!
oh, oh, oh and I have a great "project dream nursery" update coming soon so stay tuned :)
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
|Haha I love this picture!!! [ The Giants were SPANKING the Panthers]|
Monday, June 27, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Monday, June 6, 2011
While we still don’t own a single baby item we have made some head way and have actually agreed; hear that folks 2 adults came to an actual agreement about what they want without pulling a Homer Simpson moment with their spouse….
Hahaha I’m so funny!
Yes, you have to deal with the “mess”
Yes, it can be a little inconvenient
It’s better for the environment [I can hear you calling me a hippie Nicole!]
It’s better for babies bum
And hey it’s just poop after all
After a bit of research I’m pretty much sold on the Econobum set. Buying in kits seem to save the green.
Now for when away at Grandma’s or at daycare [I am already dreading that day to come…] the smart people at Grovia came up with disposable/flushable/biodiograble/chemical-free/dye-free/plastic-free inserts! How nifty!
Still pretty cost-friendly and the babe won’t know the difference!
Our Second decision:
The Chicco Cortina Keyfit 30 Carrier and Stroller System.
Isn’t it just fabulous.
Gender neutral [for re-usable purposes…we are such smart parents]
While I was pretty against the “travel system” from the get go this set I don’t really mind.
I know every stroller has its positives and negatives but this is the decision we came up with and it fits within out budget [as I’m finding my chair is not…insert pouty face here]
Which reminds me! Funniest stroller related advice to date was from my father-in-law who reminded us, “just don’t forget to put the stroller in the trunk before you start backing up the car!”
Ha! That is totally something I would do and Jimmy was quick to state such.
So when the babe is big enough to support his/herself we have settled on this little gem!
Ah a little relief to soothe mommas heart!
Our Third Decision (you didn't think there was a third did you?!?)
We really didn't care to get a 4-in-1/3-in-1 any kind of in-1 crib for as a matter of fact. Reason being most of friends with kids have said as soon as their babes were ready for a toddler bed the crib that is supposed to convert into their toddler bed is too small for them and end up having the purchase a "big-kid" bed anyway.
So Jimbo and I agreed we would look for a reasonable priced non-convertable crib set.
And I will give Jimmy credit as he was the one who discovered "THE" crib.
I like all the progree we are making, slowly but it's happening!
*Lots of baby movement! Jimmy finally felt the babe the other night and his face completely lit up when it happened!
*Things are getting tighter...broke down and bought maternity capri's, jean shorts, and a jean skirt :)
*Emotionally stable [currently :)]
*Skin is still dry as all get out but I'm dealing with it as best as possible
*"The Girls"...I feel a growth spurt coming
Things on the horizon:
*20 week ultrasound next Tuesday
*Looking at apartments for our big move come September [keep your calanders open!]
*Some belly pics. I don't know why I'm not a fan on them but I guess it's time to start documenting my growth! :)
(HUGE! Smile inserted here)
So after many, many years, various bad choices, life’s interruptions we have come to this point…
My cousin, Greg came from Australia and my brother and his family came from Florida and it truly meant the world to me that they were there(tear!)The rest of my family also attended and two awesome friends who I consider family!
So here we go a little photo montage for you...
(Quite classic I think.)
(This not so much but I was STARVING!)
(Getting nervous waiting to walk.)
(Yep! It's real...I checked!!)
(HAHA! Being silly!)
(Two of the most important men in my life!!!)
(I love these guys so much! [Look at my sis-in-laws little baby bump...I love it!!])
(MY Bestie...Nicole you'll be walking across that stage before you know it!!! I'm so proud of you already!)
(Mimi my love...so happy she was there!)
Without the support of my family and friends (several of who couldn't make it to my graduation ceremony) finishing Nursing School would have been near impossible.
So not only have I graduated but I do have a job lined up pending my passing of NCLEX (the boards nurses have to take to be licensed to practice).