Overall, Bean is doing great and I'm doing okay. Today, I am 36 weeks and I'm super uncomfortable. I still have a lot of rib pain on my right side, as Bean is pushed up on that side. But at my last ultrasound at Week 34, he is head down and doing wonderful. Still a boy and still only having one baby, lol. Of course they were teasing, but I was curious how often nowadays does someone come in at 34 weeks and finds out it's twins?!? I would think it doesn't happen that often since they do ultrasounds so often now. But my doctor says it does still happen!
At the end of April, Brent and I got our pictures done at Pike Place Market in Seattle. We had a hard time choosing between the market and the Space Needle, but we're glad we chose the market to do the pics at. In some regard, I was a little disappointed in our pictures, as I really wanted more maternity photos than couple photos. But I am very happy that Brent and I were able to get some nice pictures of us. I ended up doing another set of pictures at 35 weeks...and I'll share those in a few weeks when I get them.
We finished our birthing classes at the end of May and I only have a few more weeks of work left before I go on leave. Since I've been so uncomfortable, I also haven't been sleeping well. But luckily, I've been able to use that time to be productive and do stuff around the house. I've been crafting!! So I will eventually have cards and shower pics to share with you while I'm gone. I hope to get some major photo editing done soon.
I've also been nesting and cleaning. I've already washed all of Bean's clothes and stuff so I won't have to worry about it later. I know it's a risk since I don't really know what size he'll be when he comes out...but I'd just feel better already having stuff...even if he only wears his new born sized stuff once, lol. Out of all the pictures that we took, I loved how this silhouette of me turned out!
For those celebrating, I hope you all have a lovely Father's Day weekend. Though it's my mom who I've lost, I hope for comfort on this day too for those who have lost their dads, dads who have lost their children, and those who long to be dads themselves. I'll be back soon with cards!