What is going on? Two posts in a matter of a few days? I am a super-blogger this week for sure. Anywho, Saturday evening I went to Sarah K's bachelorette bash. As I was walking out the door, I went to give Lucy a hug and kiss goodbye. I thought she might be sad to see me go.
I had no more mouthed the words before she shut me out and waved me away. She looks absolutely distraught, doesn't she?
I had such a great time. First we went bowling. It is not for the faint of heart or weak of wrist. I came home feeling like I had been run over by a truck. It was worth every wrist, hip, and back pain I suffered. I even managed not to have the lowest score. I definitely do not take for granted any adult-time that I get outside of the house. We went back to Sarah's house for drinks before feasting on a delicious dinner at Blue Koi. Dessert was the last on the menu. Unfortunately, due to the graphic nature of those pictures, they will not be posted. If you can provide proof of age, I will be more than happy to send them to you.
When I was pregnant with Lucy, I waited until I was 30 weeks before I took any pictures, and believe me, at that point the last thing I wanted to do was pose for the camera. This time I'm trying to be better. This picture is at 16 weeks 5 days. We have our next OB appointment on Thursday. That's when they will schedule the next ultrasound where we find out the gender!
The baby has been kicking up a storm since last Friday. Lucy was kicking at 15 weeks, so Fetus Horton's (It's new name) activity was a little later than I anticipated, but too early for any real concern. It's only been since Friday that I have truly felt pregnant. I am afraid that the Fetus already takes after Lucy. They are both night owls, as they both feel it's time to party once the lights go out. Also, Charles felt Fetus kick for the first time last night. So, if you want to feel the baby move, I suggest coming over after 11 PM.