Friday, December 31, 2010

.Baby Dreams Part 2.

It didn't take long for the baby dreams to start for me. 

Last night was the mark of my first official baby dream.

We had a perfect little baby boy. The dream was actually fairly upsetting as I realized pretty far in to it that I had left my sleeping newborn in the car while I spent a good 20 mins in the grocery store. I woke myself up right after realizing this for fear of what I would find walking out to the car.

I honestly do not recall if I had any dreams about Brookie or Lily being little boys.

I do recall having a dream about Brookie being a girl in my first baby dream of my pregnancy with her.

Pregnancy dreams are definitely more interesting then any dreams I normally have.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

.Baby Dreams.

It seems most pregnant women have crazy dreams about their baby or babies on the way. 

Not all the dreams are crazy, but you dream about them none the less.

Well, so far I have yet to have a baby dream. I am sure this is normal. What isn't normal...

Aaron had a baby dream last night...BEFORE me. 

All I can say is...can I share the rest of my pregnancy symptoms with him? :)

.It's A Baby, Baby!.

Baby #3 - Due August 2nd, 2011

Aaron and I found out on the Sunday after Thanksgiving that we were expecting again. We decided we wanted to keep it a surprise and tell everyone over Christmas.

I have had, what they should have called, "All Day Sickness" since 7 Weeks. It has honestly been more annoying than anything else. I haven't felt like I just wanted to sleep all day and not get out of bed like I did with Brookie & Lily. I just have to constantly be eating small things all day or I just have an upset tummy.

Aaron & I are both certain it is another girl.
The ONLY things that make me think it MIGHT be a boy...

*The decreased level of Morning Sickness
*I can not STAND chocolate right now. Even just the thought of it makes me feel queasy.
(If you know me, you know I love my Tootsie Rolls and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups)

We are excited and nervous all at the same time. 
The adult to child ratio will no longer be in our favor.