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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Slacking on my blogs

Ok,ok so here we are again! Let's see I think that I brought you guys up to date through Thursday. But........
We had a great time (Kendall and I that is) on Thursday afternoon with our group "playground pals." These ladies are so much fun and we have been getting to experience many new playgrounds that I didn't know existed here in J'ville. I have some pics but of course they are not downloaded like the ones from Aunt Cathi and Uncle Paul's visit. I swear I will get on it soon!

Friday, I had an appointment with the OB at Camp Lejeune. (I have to see them every 2-3 weeks until this whole thing is resolved.) He told me that the baby is big. His head is roughly the size that it should be at 22 weeks gestation. They are not changing my due date but right now the specialists ultrasound has me due at September 12 and Lejeune at September 14. What he seemed to be telling me was to expect earlier than the 18th or a very large kiddo! OUCH!!!
Friday night we went to Relay for life. We got to stay through the survivor lap but Kendall pooped through her pants so we had to leave. I was pretty bummed but gotta do the parental duty!
Saturday, I went to walk at relay at 0630. I have no idea what I was thinking signing up that early! It went well and it was good to be out at it.
Later on that day we went to Ben's Farewell from the squadron. It was both a happy and sad time. 269 is all that we have known so indeed it is not much fun to say goodbye to so many friends but we are definately excited to move onward to something new.
Other than that we did yard work and relaxes. Ben put a coat of paint on the first dresser for Kendall's new room but after it dried the paint was easily scraped off. Guess we will need to get the wood sanded down some more and try again. My goal is to have her in her new room before the end of May so we will have an easier transition time and time to do the nursery room.
That's about it for our gang right now!
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Turner Family said...

I hate the idea of September babies, of course I know that babies are born healthy all the time in September. Thomas would have been 6 on September 12, so you could have your little guy on September 12 and that could be a great thing. I prayed that Tracy Brand would have Hannah on September 12, but she waited till later that month.

2003beachbunch said...

I know that month is hard on you Andrea. There hasn't been a time since then that I don't think of ya'll on the 12th. If he happens to get here on the 12th we would be honored to share that day with Thomas! Hope all is going well :-)

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