How cute! love the kittens!
Alternate names for Kenneth . . . Kendrick (means bold ruler)? variations of Kennedy (Kenadie for a girl?), Kendall, Kanyon, Kenyon, Kenley . . .Kenzie
Just a thougt or two.
Our girl was very wiggly during the u/s so it took some time to get a good idea of what we were looking at. so having 2 scans may not be a bad thing, in that the baby may not cooperate with the 1st one. Though it is my general (and humble) opinion that shy babies tend to be girls. Boys don't hide :)
So . . .we have had a bad run of luck lately. In a fender bender Saturday - hit by an illegal alien with no license, because he has no SSN, and then yesterday, my laptop died, which means no more working from home until a replacement can be found. ugh. Much as I don't like too-frequent ultrasounds, I am looking forward to seeing the baby again on Thursday!
MW: glad your HCT went up, any progress in that direction is a good thing! and as for your DH, yeah, sometimes you have to get up front and nasty in order to make them pay attention. But at least you got results. My dad said that when he was stationed overseas (a year in Okinawa) getting videos and stuff from us was a mixed blessing. He loved seeing us and hearing from us, but it made him miss us more, and reminded him of home (a good and a bad thing, I guess). Sometimes with guys, keeping the nose to the grindstone makes being away from loved ones easier. The frequent reminders of home make being away that much more difficult. - again, just a thought -
I need to have a talk with my DH . . . it seems like he hasn't touched me in ages (not necessarily for BD) but not even a casual touch as he walks by or whatever. It bothers me to no end, but I have a hard time discussing it rationally, which tends to yield better results than emotions. oh well.
oh, and I am with you on the nausea. I am gagging and throwing up more than I did in the first trimester! ugh! needless to say, I don't think I've gained any more weight.