Courtesy of Babycenter.com
"By this week, your baby weighs two and a quarter pounds (like a Chinese cabbage) and measures 14.8 inches from the top of her head to her heels. She can blink her eyes, which now sport lashes. With her eyesight developing, she may be able to see the light that filters in through your womb. She's also developing billions of neurons in her brain and adding more body fat in preparation for life in the outside world"
It's a little too late now to wonder....WHAT THE F WHERE WE THINKING?!?!?! We PLANNED babies this close! 20 months?!?!?! Good thing I don't think that too often....but there are definitely moments. Like when I realize the nursery is the perfect size....for Oliver. That I get almost enough sleep...to last me through a day of Oliver. That I love the budding independance... at Oliver's age. A newborn is a whole 'nother barrel of monkeys! Can I do this? And with BDNP's crazy work schedule...can I do this solo for a good portion of the day? Will I be myself at the end of the day?
I am so looking forward to doing more and more with Oliver...will a new baby get in the way of that? And at the same time... I am so looking forward to loving on a newborn. Will Oliver get in the way of that? Oliver spent hours asleep on my chest in the recliner. Owen will likely spend a good chunk of that time asleep in a swing or cradle. That's kind of sad for him.
It's getting pretty close to baby time. October will be here before we know it. And October will bring our 2nd baby and our 2nd wedding anniversary...in that order!!! crazy! Two babes before we're married two years! That's true love!
So here is how we wrapped up our weekend. A Sunday afternoon trip to West Haven to get a milkshake and corn dog at Chicks, then walk it off on the boardwalk.
Yeah I'm kind of a whale these days.
And THIS ONE...seemed to forget how old she was and wanted to swim deeper and play with other dogs. She certainly felt her age trying to walk back to the car and was very stiff the next day.