November 28, 2010

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

What a fun time of year! I love spending Thanksgiving with wonderful family and friends and then decorating for Christmas. We had a great Thanksgiving up at Charles and Debra's house. I love that my parents come there too, it is really nice to be together. Emily enjoyed the Thanksgiving feast, and I did not deprive her at all :)
I will be 37 weeks on Tuesday, so we are T-minus 3 weeks to meeting Emily. I have her bag all packed and everything ready, so I am just ready to meet her.

We got the house all decorated inside this weekend as well. We went with white lights on the tree this year and I love the looks of it.

Another fun thing we did over the break was go to the Falcons game today. Charles won a Community Quarterback award for his work at the clinic. We were able to go down on the field and watch warm ups, sit in some wonderful seats, and see Charles get recognized on the field and jumbo screen!
Aaron Rodgers and Tony Gonzalez

November 2, 2010

Happy Halloween!!

I guess it's time for an update, huh? It has been a busy few weeks, but I like it that way. This last trimester is FLYING by!! I cannot believe that we only have 7 weeks left. I am getting so excited to meet her and see her sweet face. We went back for take two of the 3D ultrasound and Emily was even more stubborn than the first time. She rolled over so we could only see the back of her head and wouldn't move. Oh well, it was still fun to watch her breathe and see her little heart beating. I went to the doctor today and she said everything was looking great. Emily was head down (which explains the sore ribs from her little kicks).

I had my first shower at Katie's last weekend. It was so nice to see everyone and get some goodies for Emily. I am so lucky to have such wonderful people in my life!

 For Halloween, my team and I dressed up as the characters from There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat. Guess who the lady was? I didn't go overboard though because we had Fall Festival that night also. Highlight of the day... one of my students was dressed up as a doctor. He walked in first thing in the morning and asked, "Mrs White, you ready to have that baby yet because I can help deliver her." HAHAHAHA... I love my job!