I feel I need to update the blog tonight, but in all honesty, I feel like there's not a lot to report.
Now, that we're a month away from Shelby's arrival we're laying low and there's nothing overly exciting to report.
We spent the weekend doing more stuff around the house, but we did manage to get out for a date night to Emeril LaGasse's 'E2' here in town.
We had talked about going to watch the LSU vs. Alabama game with the local LSU Alumni group, but deep down I knew I wasn't going to feel up for it.
Instead, after dinner we headed home, got in our comfy clothes and watched the game via our couch.
Maybe not in your eyes, but it was total perfection in mine. I was comfortable and the game, which ended up being a crazy one with us losing, didn't end until midnight.
I was totally disappointed but at least my Tigers played this time, unlike our last meeting with Alabama in the National Championship game.
Since, I know I could technically go into labor any day I'm trying to get out and see people and do things I know I won't be able to do afterwards.
So, today I met two of my b/f/F's for Sunday brunch at Toast in Dilworth and we literally were there chatting for over 2-hours.
I'm running low on clothes these days since my tummy is growing by leaps and bounds but at this point I refuse to buy anything else except bigger tights or leggings.
Me in my OOTD for brunch.
I love it when I catch people staring at my tummy or someone(which happened) today, comes up to me and asks, when I'm due.
I guess I can see why when I look at this blurry, yet all too telling picture of my tummy from last night.
Shelby is rolling around, kicking around all hours of the day and night.
It's really amazing to feel.
Wednesday, I'm officially 36-weeks and we have an ultrasound to tell us how she is positioned and figure out what the game plan is.
C-section or wait and aim for a vaginal birth.
We're getting excited!!!
More to come...