Thankfully, cheese pizza is about the only thing I've had to give up so far. The only life adjustments I've had to make are bigger clothes, a body pillow, and extra vitamins. Pregnancy seems like a breeze compared to all the
I've started wondering if we should look at buying things for the baby - actually preparing for the little bean's arrival. I try thinking about what a baby needs, feel overwhelmed, and decide to put it off til next month. This weekend, Andrew and I talked about moving the office furniture into the living room to convert the office into a nursery. Surely we have a lot of time before we have to worry about actually changing our house for this baby, I said - then realized we only have about three months before we'll move to Bangkok to wait out his/her world debut.
Along with my expanding belly, I have a growing awareness of the changing seasons in my life. Regardless of what happens to this child in the future, I am becoming a mother. The season of life without children is drawing close, and a whole new world of possibilities - both frightening and exciting - are opening to us. Life will alter in a million ways, and we will change with it.
Lord willing, in about seventeen weeks, we'll meet this small creature who is changing everything.