Sunday, July 12, 2009

We've registered!

Hello everyone! It's been another productive week at constant baby stuff central. I started putting up the grass on the nusery walls this week. Here's a sneak peak. It will eventually go all the way around the room. the picture doesn't quite do it justice. It looks really neat. I'll be touching up the paint on the baseboards this week. Dan's working on putting up the picket fence this weekend. Hopefully he'll get that done by next weekend. Next weekend I plan on staring work on the tree mural for the family tree backdrop. It will probably be a frustratingly big job so I'll be sure to take plenty of progress pictures. We also picked up our nursery bedding today. We were originally going to register for it and hope someone buys it for a shower gift but then Babies R' Us put it on clearance so I was both worried it would no longer be available and if we bought the stuff now we could save quite a bit of money so we went ahead and got it. It's so cute, I can't wait to put it up...of course the room has to be finished and the furniture has to be here first...but I'm excited none the less. We also registered yesterday. Our registry ID is: 98413752 or you can search by my name. Thinking about what we'll need and all the stuff is really making this real (not that it wasn't already real, but you know what I mean).

It's been a while since I've posted a belly pic. I'll be 24 weeks tomorrow - what we call on the board "V-day" or viability day - basically if he were to be born now he would have a fighting chance surviving outside the womb although it would be a VERY hard road so I'm glad he seems perfectly content staying in me for the duration. Anyway, Bonnie felt left out of the pictures so she's joining me on this weeks shot:


  1. you are too cute. i love the baby belly. bonnie you are adorable too. i cannot wait to see the final pics of the nursery. its gonna be adorable. i love you and miss you.

  2. You look so adorable. The grass looks great, I cant wait to see more pics as it starts being put more together.