Y'all, next week officially marks the start of the third trimester. We are getting more and more excited every day to meet Baby. And to have the boy or girl mystery revealed. We are dying to know!
I seriously have no complaints from the second trimester. It's been so great to have all my old energy back. Although, lately, Tums have become my best friends...
Adam finally got to feel Baby kick around the middle of December. Baby seems to be most active at night, right before we go to sleep. Looks like we've got a night owl on our hands. Our church has perpetual adoration, so once a week Adam has a Holy Hour in the middle of the night. Last week, he said that when he came home, Baby was kicking up a storm. I don't know why, but it seems so crazy to me that Baby can be wide awake while I'm sound asleep!
On Monday, I did the glucose test for gestational diabetes. I also had to get a shot because I have negative blood and Adam has positive blood. You don't want that stuff mixing. So, I get to the doctor's office and my nurse asks if I mind having some nursing students observe. The more the merrier, I say.
Well, once we get in the room, the nurse asks, "Right or left?"
I say, "How about my left arm?"
She laughs. I'm confused. She says, "Oh, this isn't going in your arm, honey."
And that's how I ended up mooning a room full of nursing students.