20 weeks!


I feel like time is flying by with this pregnancy.

I already feel like I am starting to nest.

(if you saw the inside of my house, you would disagree. It is COVERED in baby toys. Go figure)

Which is weird, because I never felt that I nested with Little T.

All I was concerned with was keeping him inside me for as long as possibe.

This time, I’ve already started my list!

Kaits list of stuff that needs to get done before Bubsie gets here:

  • decide if Bubsie and Little T are sharing a room or not. I’d like them to, but I don’t want Bubs to keep T up all night.
  • organize baby clothes, pull out all gender neutral items.
  • buy another crib. thank goodness we have that Ikea gift card!
  • finish the snuggly sleep carseat bag thing.
  • finish the newborn pjs that I have cut out, but not sewn together yet.
  • finish the kitchen (all that’s left is to tile the back-splash)
  • finish the tile in the master bathroom
  • re-arrange Little T’s room, it is driving me NUTS.
  • put the closet doors on T’s closet.
  • put the door on T’s bedroom
  • fence the backyard
  • have Gus fully house trained (he’s about 98% trained)
  • sell my valco baby stroller (anyone interested? have I got a deal for you!)

Anyway here is my 20 week belly shot!

cute right?


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2 responses »

  1. Don’t you have a chariot my friend?? Just curious about the double stroller comment…ALSO – my experience with kids sharing a room is that it’s amazing, but be willing to keep them separate for awhile. We tried integrating Soph with Con when she was 3 mo. and it didn’t work out, but by 5-6 mo. it was no problem and they LOVED IT! πŸ™‚
    You look incredible and hope you(or RIch) get going on your list pronto! πŸ™‚

    • We do have the chariot, I find that it is big and bulky (don’t get me wrong, I love it for everything but shopping with it). The double I’m looking at fits through regular-sized doors, and folds basically flat. Thats why I was looking at a different one.

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