Wednesday, September 21, 2011

We are having a ....


Jack Andrew
I am so happy and excited! Our ultrasound appointment went well. It took an hour and a half though to get the money shot. I had to flip flop all over the table to get that picture and there was a little bulge!!! ( my husband says it is an average size bulge hahaha)

We had our Gender reveal party which was super cute and fun. I appreciate feeling the excitement and love and support from all our family and friends. Jason and I could really have been this completely exstatic either way but it is a different feeling to have a baby of the opposite sex. I am woried about all the boy stuff I know nothing about. Jason thinks I am ridiculous for worrying and asking so much about things like puberty and hormones and boy thoughts and worries and relationships and his sex talks. He says we have plenty of time but I would just feel so much more comfortable if I was well prepared.

In other news... I quit my job and am starting a daycare next week I start with my first 2 kiddos and as soon as my liscence comes in I will be taking more. I am very excited about this change as it means I will be home with Jack and have dinner on the table for my husband every night. And my pups will have people around all week :) All good things to come.

Jack is a mad man in the womb. He moves all the time. I love it!!!! When he rests for a few hours it drives me crazy... I still have all the IF and loss fears and worries.

The next post will be all photos of the little man and party. I just wanted to type up a quick update for all my followers...thanks for sticking with me through the dry spell :)


  1. Jack was our boy name too! I love it! :) Congrats on your little man!!!

  2. Congratulations!!! So very exciting!!!

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  4. I've been a lurker for a while but I don't know that I've ever commented before... Anyway...
    Congrats on your baby boy! That's so exciting.
    Last year I quit my teaching job to start a daycare in my home. Best. Decision. Ever! I realized that teaching and IF treatments/hormones don't really mix all that well. I am now my own boss, the parents all know of my struggles (and are completely supportive), my MIL watches the kids when I have appointments, and I'm able to do laundry, clean my house, make dinner, have friends over for lunch, etc while I work!
    If you have any questions or need advice on how to get them on a schedule, I'd be happy to help. Good luck with your new endeavor...I hope it works out for you as well as it has for me!