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37 Weeks Belly Pics

The countdown continues. We have just 3 weeks to go...or 4 if you talk to my sister who so lovingly reminded me that it could be longer. Thanks Boo...(sarcasm inserted here). I've hit the uncomfortable stage, but have had a relatively mild pregnancy, so honestly it doesn't bother me that much. I do make a lot more noises these days when getting dressed, taking off socks/shoes, moving around in bed. It's kind of funny and really weird at the same time.

The room is ready. Just trying to figure out a place for everything. The bag is mostly packed for the hospital...little outfits ready for the little man, snacks for Dad and the list of accessories to grab on the way out the door. This weekend that will be completed as well as the car seat will be installed so we can have our safety check done some time this week. And we're still getting some other house stuffs in order as well (as I type Andy & Dad are working on projects and scheming more projects for the future).

I definitely feel like I look a little wider....And my head, to me looks larger...haha. Maybe it's just the hair (it's grown pretty long). And maybe I should have posed better for this pic...


These were at the end of the day. Which by the way I was exhausted. But that's the norm these days.


 I was going to put on the Life Aquatic shirt I've been wearing all along...but it was in the basement, and I was feeling lazy. I still don't have any stretch marks! whoo hoo. Those red marks are from the pants I was wearing ;-). Check out the side by side from 37 weeks back to 13.5 weeks! Amazing...


Little Dude will be here before we know it. I can't wait to lose a little weight. Now we just a wait while he grows a little chunkier. Hopefully we'll have some good rolls to squeeze in no time. 


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