For the bump stalkers far away.. here's your 5 month shot... Pictured with Auntie The Great (Kim) and Aunt Kelly ( who has yet to select a creative name). So for the frequently asked questions:
1- Still not going to know if it's a boy or a girl till September... We could have found out 3 weeks ago.. but alas we like the suspense!
2- Feeling fine.. slowing down and have to act a bit like a turtle from time to time to get myself up and down.. it's quite a show! The ground gets farther away.. Have a lovely rash known as PUPPS 1 in 200 pregnancies with 70% of those resulting in boys have it.. I enjoy a daily oatmeal bath which makes me hungry for cookies!
3- Cravings- Not really. Still in love with fruit and veggies which has helped me keep from packing on the LBS.. for now.. HA!
4- Baby's room has some shelves and nightlight.. Work and the last 6 weeks of Grad School are winning the priority war...
5- yes we have names... you must inquire to know them otherwise you get to be surprised about those as well. Let's just say they are strong names from our families that represent our love of old time ways.
This was my first "mother's day" Nate surprised me with this GIGANTIC bouquet of sunflowers on Mother's Day morning. Love to see my flowers from Space!
Baby Rol had a few items that had to be unpacked. For those that know my grandmother was a professional storyteller. When she passed I packed these away, never quite able to listen to them... I promised myself they would stay in the box till I was ready.. I decided that they will be the perfect bedtime stories for our little one... It is such a blessing to know that even though she won't be here in person her voice and her stories will be something our little one can grow up with just like we did. Grandma finds ways to make her presence known... like the Indego Buntings ( her favorite bird and not a backyard regular) who sat on the post at our wedding and who has been in the yard for the past few weeks just watching from the tree. <3
And.. the Baby's room would not be complete without re purposing some yardsale finds... If you remember Froggie Rol he got a home on the shelf total project cost $2. :0) Those Vaughan genes are all about thrifty re purposing so they better get used to it!
THanks for stalking/ checking up on us!
We are well and enjoying growing our little family...
Amy, Nate, & Baby Rol