Wednesday, March 24, 2010
I could of sworn it was 1:30 but alas it was 1pm. I have been kicking myself for not double checking. I have so many appointments swishing around in my head some of them are bound to get confused. I have a calander on my fridge for this very reason so I can look at it every day and remind myself what is happening. But I was so confident I knew when this appointment was I didn't even thinking of looking again.
Oh well, we have another appointment on Monday which really isn't too far away.
Dissapointment hurts, especially wqhen you come off of an emotional high, but thats ok, I am just going to have to work on my patience and make it till next Monday. And either way we will find out in about 5 months time, one way or another.... I just hope its sooner than later.
Sunday, March 21, 2010
We tried to go bowling on Saturday but had some troubles finding the Bowling Alley and ended up at East Rock park. We walked by the river, played on a turtle, swung on the swings and explored a little-Quinn found a rock and an acorn he was pretty focused on. Turtle Climbing
(Sorry that light is so bright)
Peter was not able to go because of school but Quinn and I left on Thursday and were able to spend a week in MN.
Lohr's funeral was beautiful. I know he had a hard time believing he was loved but so many people came to say goodbye to him, friends and family members, and I hope he knows how much he will be missed.
We took Quinn to the park so he could enjoy the sun and get all of his wiggles.
This was Quinn's 3rd visit to the zoo. The first time was when he was just a few months old. The second was when he was 10 months old and he seemed pretty interested. But this time he loved it! He was excited about all the animals and would point and talk about them. He would also watch them so intently. It was great to see him enjoying everything.
While we were there we saw a group of peacocks with , not 1, but 5 with their tail feathers all spread. They were beautiful! Some of the peacocks feathers were so tall that they acted as sails and when the wind blew they would be blown around a little. They were fun to watch.
I love this picture! My boys :-)
It was a fun trip and I am looking forward to going again this summer before the little peanut gets here.
Friday, March 5, 2010
For the first part of my pregnancy I thought this little one was a girl, now I am leaning more in the other direction.
I feel like I am carrying a little higher this time, I have been very emotional, and have had bad acne. All opposites of when I was carrying Quinn. I also haven't been as sick but have been just as if not more tired. That makes me think it is a girl. But there is just a part of me that thinks that this one feels like a boy again.
What do you think we are having?