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Week 26

I wish it was easier to get some sleep! I have always been a light sleeper but yet I have so many dreams. It's odd. Anyway, the bigger I get, the harder it is to roll over, get comfortable, and stay asleep. Not to mention all the middle of the night kick and wiggle episodes from our sweet baby.

I love him so much already--but Boy let me sleep! smile

I used to love sleeping on my belly and now I can't do that. A lot of things I've read say to not sleep on my back but sometimes that is all that is comfortable!

When I lay on my side, my arm and leg on that side go to sleep and I have to roll this big belly over to the other side. After a while that side goes to sleep and here goes the rolling dome again! Then there is Dylan--kicking me awake because it's 3 a.m. and he thinks I should eat something! I wouldn't have so much of a problem with it, except that we live in a town home. I would have to go all the way downstairs for food and a cold drink. Most likely I would only want something chocolaty (his favorite food) and the sugar would just get him more excited.

He woke me up at 4 a.m. this morning. I was really hungry! But I refused to get up. The alarm goes off at 5:30 so I thought I could get some sleep and the little bugger could just wait for Coco Puffs. No way. He persisted.

You know what I did? I cuddled up to John's back and let Dylan kick him too! When the alarm finally went off (and I was still awake) John got up and said how "adorable" it was! I said "yeah sure . . . real cute!".

I joke, but really I love every moment of his kicking, wiggling, and pushing. That's our boy--getting bigger and bigger (and me too)!

I got pre-approved for a loan to buy a house. Wish us luck! We are house hunting for the first time and really excited to find the perfect place for our baby boy to grow up!


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