For such a teeny little one you sure are rocking my emotions, and I love you more because of it.
Another really fun and exciting thing [well for us anyway] is that my tummy popped out!! I am so excited [and nervous and uncomfortable] it grew overnight. Maybe the baby loves cruises, as soon as we were on the boat I HAD TO HAVE A HOT DOG and the next morning only one of my dresses fit and none of my pants.
Our baby is growing and so am I, I finally think that people can see the baby bump and I am looking forward to going and buying some pants that fit and figuring out what my maternity style will be like, probably really similar to my pre pregnancy style since I never really had one - but it will still be fun to play around with it.
We are starting to share our baby names with our family, we are very happy that everyone seems to love them. I change my mind of what I think the babies gender will be so every day I refer to them by one name or the other and they both sound like a little lady and a little man that I know will make us super proud and we will love beyond comprehension.
I am starting to feel you. I THINK I felt you give me a little kick the other day but I am not 100% sure yet but I know for a fact I can feel your little body sitting on my insides while I sleep. On the cruise you loved to be right up on my ribs and when I would switch sides I could feel you slide on over. I loved it, yes I had to do this about 10 times but that means I was able to feel you getting comfortable inside of your tummy home and it made it worth it. Plus I was able to nap nap nap it up so really I couldn't complain even if I wanted to.
Your dad wrote you a blog last week and I think I cried for a good portion of the afternoon just thinking about it, he loves us so much and I hope that when you are born you instantly know that. I can already see him teaching you things, cheering you on and spoiling you and it makes me all warm inside. I am so excited for you to feel this love in person.
Bye bye for now my little onion.
love, your mommy,