Wednesday, February 9, 2011

19 weeks!

Our baby is the size of a mango this week! (According to The Bump).   Baby weighs about 8 1/2 ounces and is about 6 inches long from head to bottom.  Supposedly, baby can recognize our voices!  I am feeling great now, I'm rarely even nauseous in the mornings.  I definitely feel pregnant, meaning I notice the bump all the time now, but I'm not uncomfortable yet.  Now I see why people enjoy the second trimester!  I think that our registry is just about done.  We've picked out all the major items, can you see anything we've missed? Suggestions really are appreciated!  Here is the link to the registry: Baby registry.


Angie said...

I love the skip-hop diaper bags (I have 3 different sizes), I LOVE my Moby wrap, and I have both of those sleep books. You might have already done this, but just make sure that flexible foam tub will work in your home. A lot of the negative reviews were because it wouldn't fit in their particular sink.

Anonymous said...

I loved my Moby wrap as well. They are really comfortable. Kind of hard to put on, but on days when I was home all day I would often just wear the thing with or without Amelia. Then it was ready when she needed it. If you'd like any input on inexpensive cloth diapering options let me know. I am happy to see you are planning to use them. I really enjoyed cloth diapering. It gave me such a sense of comfort to fold and stock all my diapers. I know it sounds weird, but it's kind of like gardening. A little extra work, but honestly, if you get a good system in place and you have high quality (not necessarily expensive) materials you can have a really happy CDing experience. We even have a cloth diapering/natural parenting group here in the Treasure Valley, which offers a lot of support/exchange benefits. You might look into finding a group like that in your area. Sometimes natural parenting/natural birthing can be isolating when you feel like everyone is looking cross eyed at you. It might be more common in your area?

Kimball Family said...

You're almost half way there!