Monday, June 28, 2010


yes...this baby is coming soon!!!! I can't believe how fast this pregnancy has seems like just yesterday we were telling everyone the good news. Jak and Eva are super excited but I don't think they really have any idea how their life is going to change. I admit I'm not 100% ready for this baby. We don't have the nursery done yet...but I'm not too worried about that. As of Sunday I am 36 weeks...and started having quite a few contractions on Friday. They seems to come all day long and then disappear at night. I'm not sure what that means..maybe that I'm trying to do too much?? ...nah!! I took the recent contractions as a wake up call and decided to get my bags packed and ready to go the now I can check that off my to do list. Now..if I could just keep the house clean and all the laundry done until the baby gets here I will be golden :) ya right!!!

Through out the pregnancy I have taken quite a few belly pics. When I first started I thought it would be fun to take the picture every week in the same shirt. I soon realized that I picked the wrong shirt for that!! It quickly became too small. I think it is interesting to see your belly grow...and grow and grow!! I thought I would share my progression pics... don't laugh!!

13 weeks

14 weeks

18 weeks

23 weeks

24 weeks

25 weeks

26 weeks

29 weeks

30 weeks

32 weeks

36 weeks

So there they are....I know, I'm huge. AND..NO, I'm not having twins..there is only one in there. Hopefully everything shrinks back down to size after this baby arrives. We will try and keep everyone posted on baby news...I can't wait to meet our little one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Sarah said...

Aww...Jenny, you're gorgeous! I'm very excited for your growing family :)

Kylie said...

Ah, I love the progression! Way to go on keeping up with the pictures. (Need to get my butt in gear!)

Anonymous said...

Oh, I LOVE the pictures!!!!! How exciting! What a happy family for a new baby to come into. And what a good time to have a baby. Summer babies are easier, I think, than winter babies. Less colds.

Kathy Krehbiel

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