School is finally over! I've been out for a little over a week now, and I've definitely been enjoying all the extra free time at home. I'm definitely jealous of all you SAHMs! It's always hard to go back in August, and I have to keep reminding myself that I like my job--lol.
I'm currently 25 weeks 2 days. Pregnancy is going great. I really can't complain about anything. The nurse gave me an "A+" on Wednesday for how everything is progressing. She even commented on the fact that my comments section on my chart was almost empty, whereas a lot of women are already on a second page of comments from the number of times they have to call in and ask about stuff.
DH finally got to feel Caleb move a week ago Sunday! I think it was more exciting for me than it was for him. I felt like our conversations were always the same: Me-"Did you feel that?" DH-"No." And so on and so on. So when he finally sad, "I think I did feel something," I was ecstatic! Nowadays whenever I put his hand on my belly so he can feel Caleb move, he's not all that enthusiastic about it. But as my sister pointed out, we'll have the rest of our lives to feel Caleb. :)
We're going to the beach tomorrow--a much needed vacation! DH's uncle is renting a beach house for the week (7 bedrooms for 15 people). I went out and bought a new bikini 3 days ago since my butt and boobs are too big for my old ones--haha. I don't really care about covering up my belly at the beach. I'm planning on using lots of sunscreen, and I don't have any stretch marks (yet). The only thing I do have is the linea negra, which darkened at the beginning of this week. The nurse said it was common in pregnancy and should fade after Caleb is born.
I'm still praying for all you ladies--especially the ones waiting for babies. I have a feeling that I'll be back in that category after Caleb is born. In a way, I still classify myself as a sub-fertile.
Here's me last week at 24 weeks 3 days, hiking in the Shining Rock Wilderness: