36 weeks-- Cason is the size of a head of romaine lettuce and weighs about 6 pounds! It sure feels like it...
At our appointment this week, we learned that he is still head down. When looking at my feet/ankles, our sweet midwife, who is so kind, said something along the lines of I see you have "a little swelling".... yeah, just a little. I only have about two pairs of shoes that I can fit on my feet at this point. I made a joke the other day that I would have to start wearing Crocs to work. Yeah, tried them on and even those barely fit. Jokes on me! My blood pressure looks good though, so that's a good thing.
At the beginning of the week, I got home from work to see a huge box on the doorstep and it was.... our glider!!! Of course it came on the night Ian was working a 24 hour shift. And I was DYING to put it together. So, I did. It may have taken me three times longer than necessary but I did it! And I think it's just perfect :)
Here are some more pictures of the nursery:
Over the weekend, we took maternity pictures with Alysia at the Anne Springs Greenway. It felt like a perfect fall day, in the 60's. And it was overcast, which was good for pictures because Ian's eyes are really sensitive to light so he would be squinting the whole time if it had been sunny! We can't wait to see the results!! :)
On Halloween, we stayed home and passed out candy to the neighborhood kids! They were all so cute! :) We didn't dress up but we did have some scary music and a strobe light going on the porch.
We also put together the rock and play that will be next to our bed for the first little while after Cason is born. So I told him he can come now, we're ready!