Weeks 32 & 33
~ Aches and Pains
These past couple weeks are such a blur. But, I only have six more weeks until I get to meet my little man. I am so ready for him to get here.
My mother just moved from Texas to North Carolina, and is only two and a half hours away from us. I have seen her every weekend since she arrived three weeks ago. So far it has been wonderful having her so close. Also, I love being able to go to her house and have her cook, and take care of me. She still kisses me goodnight. I wonder if I will ever be too old to have her do all the things she does for me. She told Cain and I that once a month she will stay with the baby while we go on a date. That will really help keep me sane! Plus, I am the Maid of Honor at my friend's wedding in October, so she will be coming with us as our nanny as well. You can really see how much this is going to help for the next two years until we transfer.
I bet you are wondering why I haven't referred to the baby as Aiden. Well, we have decided to go with a different name. I was reading my past journals, and I seem to change my mind a lot, haha. We're taking the name Braeden on a test drive right now. We have been calling him that for a week, so we will see how it turns out. I wouldn't put it past me to change his name up until I have to do the birth certificate. I like having my options open.
It is starting to get extremely difficult for me to be comfortable. I can't walk around too much without stopping to sit down. Not to mention it is also getting really difficult to breathe. The little guy has his feet right below my chest, and loves to kick! I feel bad for him not having any room. But, I guess we are both at a disadvantage right now, because my back feels like it might give out on me any second. Thank God for Cain and his massaging skills. I think I just need to put up my feet and relax, but it's so hard for me to do. I feel awful just sitting around while Cain is doing everything around the house. He keeps telling me to sit down and relax, and I think I am going to have to start listening to him.