30 weeks

We made it to 30 weeks!

Easton’s the size of a cantaloupe or a motorcycle helmet and I feel like the size of Texas. 

I keep knocking my belly on things and realizing I need more space to get through places. It’s a little difficult to do the dishes and grade papers and I’m finding him getting more in the way than before. It’s all worth it in the end just making life adjustments more and more each day!

We had a little spur of the moment photography session in the beautiful sunflower field with my photographers Michelle Marie and Kynsey Lee.   I love the way these photos turned out.  Now I have some belly photos from 4 weeks, 10, 20, and 30!

We had our first “Birth and Baby” class this week at the hospital. A bit overwhelming with the loads of information. Met two other teachers having babies and lots of other great people. It’s so nice to meet others in our footsteps. And I wanted to give a big squeeze to the young lady there by herself. Proud of her for taking that step which I’m sure felt awkward with all the married couples. The diagram showing the dilation at each stage of centimeters is something I think we all could have gone without seeing. Nobody needs to know it gets that big. Nobody. 
And I still can’t figure out how an entire baby comes out of if even when it’s that big!  Guess that’s why they call it a miracle!
The sweet hubs turns 35 today! I can’t wait to see him be a daddy. He will be nothing short of incredible I’m sure. 
I’m still stressing about all the work left to do to prepare for Easton’s arrival but I’m starting to feel so exhausted I don’t care. I found myself dozing off at work yesterday while the kids were taking a test. Whoops! I feel way more tired than I’ve felt in a while. Kind of like how I felt back in the 1st trimester. And heartburn and acid reflux is back in full gear too. Maybe Easton will have a head full of hair!
I want to go to bed at 6:30 on a Friday night but I know I should accomplish something on this baby to do list.  There’s still so much left to do in the next 10 weeks. 
How will we get it all done?

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