Hubby and I have been enjoying a particularly lovely weekend together. Yesterday we got our tree and decorated the house for Christmas, and today we've been super ridiculously lazy. I watched a terrible Lifetime movie from beginning to end while he played video games. Tonight we have a hot date though, we're going to a -- wait for it -- Snoop Dogg concert! LOL Actually it's pretty cool, my friend's husband's band is opening for him and my other friend's husband works at the theater so we were able to score free tickets. It should be entertaining. I'm really excited for my friend, she gets to hang out backstage with Snoop. I hope she has some awesome stories to tell me next time I see her!
I think I hit a milestone with the pregnancy the other day - I had my first stranger ask me if I'm pregnant. I was so excited that strangers could actually tell I have a bump and not a beer gut that I overlooked the social faux pas. (And he really should have known better too because he told me that just last week his brother congratulated a non-pregnant woman in line at the grocery store, and she was none too amused.) Now, if any strangers attempt to touch my tummy that's going to be an entirely different story. Just because I'm in a family way doesn't mean anyone not intimately connected with me is allowed to invade my bubble, and I won't hesitate to choke a bitch if need be.
The kid has been pretty active the past couple of days too. I think I have an anterior placenta because of something the ultrasound tech said, but my doctor never mentioned it so I'm just guessing. It makes sense to me though because I haven't felt the kind of movement my friends describe - like popcorn or flutters - it's been more like an occasional squirming (and usually feels a lot like gas) until the past few days when I could feel some more obvious thumps and bumps. Anyway I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow so I'm going to try to use the absence of movement to my advantage. I'm going to tell her I'm anxious that I haven't felt very much and that I want another ultrasound to make sure everything's okay, and hopefully get another chance to find out the baby's sex.
And I need to know the sex because my PHENOMENAL friends J and B have offered to throw me a shower! They're my two oldest friends in life - J I've known since we were a year old, and B since we were five. I get a little choked up just thinking about how sweet they are to offer, especially since they've been there for me my entire life. *Sniff* It is just so awesome. :)
Okay enough mush. I have a concert to get ready for, so until next time!