Monday, May 26, 2014

Busy Spring

Life is busy!

All of my class requirements are DONE for grad school...the last box to check is walking across the stage for the last time on Friday, and hearing VP Biden congratulate me at Commencement on Saturday. I have loved grad school, and I will love being done and never going back.

We went down to the beach last weekend with some friends. While it was still too chilly to get in the water, it was sunny and warm enough to sit out. We stayed at a condo right on the beach, and the weekend went too fast.

 We also celebrated Josh's 30th birthday this weekend! We kept it pretty low key this year. He went for a bike ride on Saturday, then we got lunch and went for a walk/picnic at the reservoir. That night, we got dinner at the mall, visited some friends, got ice cream, and fell asleep watching the NBA Finals. We are such crazy party animals.

On Sunday, I made french toast with strawberries and whipped cream for breakfast, salmon and asparagus for dinner, and we had cheesecake at a friend's house.

The picture below was taken 2 weeks ago at 21 weeks pregnant. The bump keeps getting bigger! Right now, I am right at the point where my normal shirts are starting to not quite fit anymore, and the only comfortable pants have elastic waists. It's probably time to get a few more maternity pieces :)

We are pretty excited for baby, but also not wanting to rush the next 4 months. There is still a lot to do, and we are enjoying our last few months having Josh and Sarah time. The best part of being pregnant so far is feeling baby move! It's always a nice reminder that she is there and doing ok. 

1 comment:

  1. Gosh! Congratulations! Can I call you Doctor now? You guys look like you are doing so great! And your birthday celebrations are more than we have ever done for Dan's birthday (per his request...the hermit!)
    Your belly is so cute! Getting cute maternity clothes helps to keep things fun. I'm so excited you guys are having a girl! She will be so cute and well-dressed ;) Good luck with the next few months!