Jstar-I'm hoping this turns into something for ya! I was about ready to hop in the shower, but something told me to check here first, so I did.
G is taking an early nap today because I'm getting my haircut during his regularly-scheduled naptime and then we see the midwife (I'm almost 31 weeks!).
Forget to tell y'all that at the last visit (2 weeks ago) she checked my glucose and it was fine. This was a big relief to me as I had to cut out all the sweets and white flours with G for the whole 3rd tri, even though I wasn't technically "GD." My last mw just seemed a little hypervigilant about it. Anyway, this mw sees no need for concern since my weight gain is normal, baby's size is okay, etc. Wooheeee! Not that this gives me permission to go nuts with the sugar, of course, but last time I even cut out fruit. Man, that was hard and would be even harder now that we've got sweet strawberries in our backyard.
I'm feeling better on the abx. I took the cough syrup last night and slept so much better. I'm hoping I don't need it tonight, but my condition tends to worsen at night, so we'll see. I felt a little dopey, but not too bad.
elsanne-Sol's language is so interesting! It's amazing how their minds put together stuff.
G's most interesting sentence lately is about our outdoor cat, Oliver. He'll see him on the deck and say "Mom, Oliver's basking in the sun." Whoa. This from a kid who barely put two words together a year ago. He gets confused on possessives and verb forms, however. He says "hers toys" instead of "her toys" and "tooked" instead of taken, etc. but that's all normal, I figure. He will repeat some words just because they sound funny and then try to make rhymes out of them by making up silly words. He definitely gets this from dh...he's a big-time word lover/poet/writer type of guy.
Okay, now I really need to get in the shower.