Sunday, June 24, 2012


Written by Shannon Leigh


We are officially "halfway!"
Well, kinda halfway.  Halfway for most people, but probably not for me.
I am looking at 42 weeks as my ending point (mentally I have to or else I'd go insane- after all I do gestate longer than the average woman).
Anyway, all the books say halfway so here we are (can you sense my eye roll?).
I feel really great and I am LOVING the second trimester- now if it could all be this good. :)
I am definitely larger than the last time around but how could I not be?  This little mister is a monster, remember?

Our vacation out West/North was really great.  Crazy but great (I'll post about it at some point).
The day we got back we moved into our new duplex (I am still yawning from all of the excitement).  It's a cute little place with lots of great walking paths nearby.  We are utilizing these frequently especially since Matt and I decided to GET RID OF TV!
It's true, I feel all pioneer woman.
Truthfully it's been really great so far.  I am getting a lot more done around the house and Ruby and I are spending lots of good, quality time together before baby brother makes his appearance.

We also moved Ru into a big girl bed which has truly been a seamless transition (I'm not surprised, that's just Ruby).  We didn't even put up the crib in our current house- I figured out of sight out of mind, right?  Mister will hopefully be in the cradle in our room until we move again and then we can set it up in HIS room once we're settled.
It's a bit of a crazy time around these parts but I I don't think I would change it.

I hope to update again soon but we are super busy, you know, NOT watching t.v.:)


Anonymous said...

I feel you on the TV thang. We just got rid of our dish and now just have the basic channels which we never watch. Teevee is for the birds! You look gorgeous! XO

Unknown said...

Miss you! Ditched TV a year ago and haven't missed it. Cancelled internet 4 months ago and don't plan on getting it again. But then I've only been home for a week without it. LoL

Victoria said...

So, what made you decide to get rid of TV?

We got rid of it because of alll the JUNK. It was hard at first, but then we really began to enjoy all of the extra time we realized we had!

Yay for new homes, plans, walking trails, and big girl beds!