As a prego stay at home Mom there is just not alot that happens to share with the blogging world. I guess most of the time I post for my own journal purposes.
The other day Jamie asked Josh, "do you have the best Mom in the world?"
After a dramatic pause from Josh he looks at Jamie and replies, "Maybe."
Clearly, not much exciting happening.
Josh's new sleeping companion. I don't know if he is afraid of something "evil" or what. The kid loves this baseball bat.
First day of 1st grade.
James' first day of first grade. It tugged at my heart strings a little bit. The first day we both did ok, but the second day of school James was having a hard time and I tried to be the "strong supportive Mother" (soon after he went in I fell apart).
This is the first day so YES he looks happy.
Josh's first day of preschool. His kid could not wait for school to start. He asked about every 15 minutes if it was time to go. He informed me the "I try to do my best at school". A little nervous at what he might teach the other students.
Earlier this week we had our 20 week ultrasound and to our relief everything looks great. All ten fingers and ten toes appeared as well as all major organs. Lucky, we were told we have a "test book" baby on the ultrasound. Brad and I both walked out feeling very blessed to have things looking so good. And NO, we did not find out the sex of the baby, but being a Jensen through and through I have decided that I think it is a boy. My only reason behind this is my willingness to prove people wrong. No offense to any that have made this prediction to me, but I have heard it so many times and I really don't care. I am just grateful for the fact that everything looks well. So to all you getting female vibes, I am going to go with a boy. (I think Brad really wants a Bentley Basketball team)
I guess if we end up with a little girlie we can put an orange bow on. Really, it will take some time for us here to get use to having a girl around.