We are Go For Launch. I say again. We are Go For Launch.
What are we launching. A rocket, space ship, some sort of rover? No. We are launching a baby into the world!
I've reached mile post marker week 35 and have finished all those dreaded baby classes. The only thing left to do is wash stuff and set up stuff. But we're leaving those things to the last minute. And with this nasty cold, the only thing I feel like doing at the moment is sleeping which is hard when I get stuffy. So I'm blogging before I try and lay down some more.
On Monday I get to visit my doctor, who I'm guessing will let me know how close we are to launching. (Did I mention that my hubby studies rocks from space? Hence all the space metaphors). And then I suppose that we wait until mission control gives us the green light. Which I hope is soon because this baby already weighs about 6 pounds. And trust me I know he's that big. Those cute little knots and movements are becoming painful. I can't sleep if he's moving even a little bit. If I had to go past the due date, that would be dreadful. My hubby predicts that he will be born a week early. That's January 15. I'm hoping for a New Year's Baby or an Epiphany Baby. They say more children are born around the holidays. I don't want a Christmas baby. Having a cold and pushing out a child is not a great combo. Plus hubby is already working frantically.
Anyways...I'm off to bed for a little while. I think that I'll take it easy again today and just sew things.