Friday, April 27, 2012

35 Weeks

This week I hit 35 weeks! Though not much has changed, I feel incrementally more uncomfortable as the days pass. I'm getting more used to a sub-par night's sleep and am having to switch sides more frequently, but not much difference in anything else. Weirdly, I don't feel bigger than I did a couple of months ago, but I'm sure you'll agree from the evidence that I've gotten MUCH larger!
Me at 25 weeks!

Me at just over 35 weeks! 
And in other news...
I've been terrible at blogging recently. I just have no desire. But here are some pictures of the last month or so to give you an idea of what we're up to... 

Brian in the apron my mum bought him for Christmas. He's been amazing since I've been pregnant! I don't have time to list the ways right now, but he's been so good and I am one spoiled pregnant lady!

I've mostly felt amazing since about week 19 or 20. I'm really grateful for that. I do get moody when tired or hungry but otherwise I'm still in that wonderful middle phase of pregnancy ... although maybe for not much longer! I'm going to enjoy it while it lasts!

Great friends! It was so fun catching up with these guys. I got to watch Nicole and Ali play some football (soccer) a couple of weeks ago and it was great fun! This pic was taken at Zupas afterwards.

More good friends! It was Angie's birthday in March and we got to go down to Draper to help celebrate. Don't ask what I'm doing... just know we had fun! It was especially wonderful to catch up with Angie's family who I hadn't seen in years. They are awesome and helped me out a ton over the years.

Brian studying... he naughtily tricked me into thinking he was going to get C's this past semester and then just yesterday we saw his grades... straight A's and A minuses!!! I was so proud, but a little mad he'd made me worry the whole semester!!!

Brian wanted to send this shot of me to our landlord... This is our bathroom. Note the two large plastic buckets on the floor filling with water coming from our vent. 

It got pretty bad. Both those buckets would fill over night. It lasted about 5 or 6 days total and was so gross. Worst of it was that it happened to be over Easter weekend when we had Brian's parents staying with from the Fri-Monday! One soggy bathroom for four people isn't fun. Thankfully they were kind enough to take us out A LOT while they were here so we didn't have to spend much time there. 

Me in my catsuit onesie. (This is mostly for my sister who I promised pictures to along time ago of us in them!)

Brian's is a monkey! The feet say "cheeky monkey!" Love them!! Thanks Lisa! they were probably the most exciting Christmas presents we got!

Me and my mother-in-law Kathy. Thanks for the Easter basket! 

It was filled with candy, toys (which Brian loved), lotion, a CD, a puzzle, and lots of other stuff I can't remember!
While they were here we got to do so many things! Several museums, a plethora of delicious places to eat (including my first-time trip to Magleby's!), WinCo (first time!), my baby shower, a BYU campus tour, a picnic, a couple of walks, the "aquarium" at BYU, played games, watched movies, and some shopping! It really was a fun-filled weekend! Thanks Kathy and David!

April has been a lot of fun and I can't believe it's almost May! I'm due May 31st, mum arrives on the 30th, we might be moving again on the 8th... it's going to be a fun month!!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Happy Thoughts :)

  1. Knowing I have a box in my cupboard :)
  2.   (My new Pinterest.)
  3.   Finals... (Brian's) that they'll be over in a few days :)
  4. 45 days til my Mum arrives :)
  5.  46 days til Baby arrives... theoretically!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Life List

On the ferry travelling to an island off the coast of Scotland

Inspired by this lady and this book, I have decided to compile a life list! (Also referred to as a bucket list, but agreeably less morbid.) 

It's random, disorganized, and definitely not set in stone but I think it'll help me keep life fun and exciting over the next few years of raising children! 
  1. Get a pedicure
  2. Find a French penpal
  3. Have a pizza-in-the-park picnic with Brian
  4. Write a novel
  5. Write a memoir/autobiography 
  6. Be part of a bookclub
  7. Be involved in local government
  8. Take a photo a day for a month
  9. Get a professional massage
  10. Get married
  11. Have a baby
  12. Have more children
  13. Have a dog (again)
  14. Study a religion I'm unfamiliar with
  15. Go to Alaska
  16. Try tofu
  17. Take Brian to the UK to meet all my relations
  18. Grow (and be able to eat) my own vegetables
  19. Grow flowers
  20. Take a campus tour at BYU
  21. Own and run a B&B (or maybe just have a great house for friends and family to come visit us in one day)
  22. Go to a spa
  23. Volunteer with the elderly and/or disabled again
  24. Memorize the seminary scriptures again
  25. Get another degree
  26. Watch the sunrise from a beautiful spot
  27. Memorize the location of every known country in the world (Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Africa, Oceania, Antarctica)
  28. Get a driver's licence
  29. Live in another city or country with Brian
  30. Learn to play 5 church hymns from the hymnbook on the piano
  31. Learn to recognize clouds
  32. Make and send a jigsaw puzzle-letter
  33. Write a children's book
  34. Write poetry
  35. Paint something beautiful
  36. Have something I write published
  37. Live near the mountains
  38. Live near the beach (walking distance)
  39. Take a cooking class
  40. Learn the names of the 20 most common plants and flowers
  41. Learn how to weight-train
  42. See a show at the West End (London)
  43. See a show on Broadway
  44. Take a photography class
  45. Set foot in all 50 States of America
  46. Read the Bible in order, cover to cover
  47. Run a 5k for a good cause
  48. Ride an Elephant
  49. Do something awesomely girly during the priesthood session of general conference
  50. Holiday in Southern France
  51. Holiday in Southern France with Brian
  52. Go on a cruise
  53. Have a ride in a hot air balloon
  54. Watch General Conference in the Conference Center
  55. Watch General Conference in the Conference Center with Brian
  56. Watch General Conference in the Conference Center with my kids
  57. Visit the Holy Land
  58. Start/join a charity whose cause and methods I support
  59. Enjoy a family camping trip
  60. Join a club or group that's not through church
  61. Serve a full-time church mission
  62. Serve a mission with Brian
  63. Go to Women's Conference or Education Week at BYU
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