I hear ya Sandra. I've had to buy a lot of new maternity clothes. My size Large from my pregnancy with DD are MASSIVE. I've bought 4 new pants and a bunch of new shirts. Wearing the too big stuff just made me feel frumpy on top of that the pants all just slide down. Annoying. The Medium pants are super tight when I first put them on but they stretch a bit. I'm keeping my large ones for later, just in case.
Sandra: so weird that your boobs haven't hit their growth spurt yet. Lucky! sorry your drowning in your maternity stuff but at least the longer you stay in your regular clothes, the less time you have to live with a very limited maternity wardrobe (or at least that's my case).
Heather: thanks for the pic, that clarifies it a lot for me too. When I was in college and didn't know what I was going to do when I grew up still (haha) I was considering med school so I took anatomy and was so obsessed with it that I was asked to TA the next semester and got to spend a LOT of time in the cadaver lab, so to say I'm an anatomy nerd would be a huge understatement! Love me some visuals!
DD had her first post winter break preschool day this morning. Usually I get her up at 7:30 so she has over an hour to watch a show, eat breakfast, get dressed, etc without feeling rushed. Well DS is teething and kept me up half the night plus DD woke me up once to tell me shed gone potty (thanks for sharing) so I overslept until DD woke me up at 8:15! We have to be walking out the door at 8:40 so it was a bit crazy this morning but we made it. She didn't really want to go but I know she'll have fun once she gets there.
If it is too quiet at my house it is likely that Emerson is climbing the ladder to my big kids bunk bed. Monster. He mastered that ladder by 11 months old.
Oh Ashley, I know exactly what you are talking about!! If it's quiet at my house, usually all is well, but baby boy can be pretty ornery sometimes . No, the shredded paper is NOT confetti. The oatmeal is not suppose to be emptied from the canister. And no, the crayons are not candy... The girls are usually pretty good about telling me what baby is up to though.
Sandra: we were in the middle of finishing out basement when my DS learned to walk/climb and he scaled many a step stool, any imagine having to deal with a permanent ladder!
Heather: my DD is generally very well behaved too but when her and DS are together sometimes they seem to get some pretty wild ideas of how to get into mischief. DS, on the other hand, needs no accomplice to be a terror