Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Well, we are here. Back to NC, back to life lived together in our own home, back to normalcy. It feels nice. But, there are a lot of things we have to do to get ready for the next 6 weeks and that's quite overwhelming.

We had a great time in Texas & a VERY long ride home, but we made it. Orlando was beautiful & a lot of fun. Last weekend we were in Columbia, SC for the USC Gamecock football game with the whole Sellers clan. It was a good time and a lot of fun spending time with everyone. We tailgated for 6 hours before the game started, so things got a little crazy.

I went to the doc yesterday for my 33 weeks check-up. Everything is still looking great. I have gained about 17 pounds now which is right on where I should be. Kennady is super-duper active these days, making it difficult to sleep at night. It seems she stays asleep throughout the day, only to play during the night. I guess she's getting me used to the sleep schedule she's probably going to have when she finally gets here. Ha. The doc recommended that I go ahead and get a flu shot, just to be safe, so I did. It was my first one ever, so I didn't realize it would make my shoulder so sore. I tried sleeping on that side last night & didn't like it. Hopefully the soreness will subside by tonight. Kenna is approximately 4 pounds and around 19 inches long at this point. And as she grows, Chad & I just get more and more excited for her arrival. We can't wait (but will :)) for her to be here!

Sorry this is a boring post, but I guess it's better than nothing, right? I'll come back to this later. Gotta get something productive done before the hubby gets home. :)


Emily said...

Wow! 4 pounds and 19 inches? She's a growing girl! It's hard for me to imagine that I have an 11 inch baby in my belly, but I know he's just going to keep growing! Praying for yall as your due date gets closer! :)

The Kopers said...

In my last months of pregnancy, people would always say, "sleep while you still can" but I have always found it so much easier to sleep when baby is in their own bed!
Hope you can get some good rest with your little wiggle worm :)