Okay, I'm completely kidding, but man, this pregnancy has been a bazillion times harder than Colin's or Ian's. I dunno, maybe it has something to do with the fact that I've been sick for two weeks now, that I'm feeling that end-of-the-road psychosis LOL. We get to see our little bean again tomorrow on ultrasound - the doctor wants to make sure the placenta has moved all the way up. I'm *thinking* that she's finally flipped head down too. I hope I'm right because I'll feel like a total dork if I get it wrong after so much pregnancy experience. The nursery is almost completely done - we bought curtains and rods this weekend. Now we just have to put them up and then I hope to pick up some purple ribbon to accent the white crib bedding. James, Colin, and I stopped into a new baby boutique on Sunday and I was in heaven - it had all high-end brands and they carried the Skip Hop City Chic diaper bag I've been dreaming of but had only seen online. But they had other cute ones too, so now I'll have to decide what I want LOL. Lots of exciting things are coming up - tomorrow is my last monthly appointment, I'll be going every two weeks from tomorrow until the end of April. Then Wednesday is our hospital tour. We definitely need to get that done because I have no idea where the Labor & Delivery area even is at St. Luke's Meridian, where we will be delivering for the first time. We are still tentatively hoping to take a Spring Break jaunt over to the coast. I know, a 9 hour car ride with four kids while 8 months pregnant should be loads of fun, right?! At this point anything to get out of the house sounds pretty good though. Thank goodness the weather seems to have turned a corner. The kids enjoyed some outside playtime and bike-riding this weekend.