Adam and I went to the 20 week ultrasound April 10. It was amazing. The baby was facing my spine at first so we saw all of its vertebrae. I couldn't believe this little thing is growing inside of me. I went to the bathroom before we even left the house but by the time I got to the doctors I already had to go again but we were running a little late so I went into the ultrasound without going. We could actually see my full bladder on the screen and guess where the babies feet were. Of course right on my bladder and you could actually see them kicking me. I had to go to the bathroom in the middle because I had to pee and we needed the baby to have a little more room to be able to tell the sex. We found out we are having a BOY! We are very excited. The whole time during the ultrasound the little guy was moving his mouth. I figure he is going to be a talker like his father. He also decided to get camera shy and turn so it took a little over an hour to get all the measurments. Once I figure out where to scan the pictures I will post them. I can't wait to see this little guy in person.
At the end of Feb. we went to Oregon to watch the BYU gymnastics team. We drove back up to Washington along the Oregon coast. It was beautiful. We went to the Tillamonk Cheese Factory and saw how they make cheese and ice cream. Went down to the beach although it was way to cold. And went to the Ripleys Believe It or Not museum.
With family and friends all over I decided it was time to enter the blogging world. Adam is working for Microsoft and right now I am coaching gymnastics. I am 19 weeks pregnant and in 6 days we find out the sex of the baby. I am so excited. This is me at about 17 weeks on Easter Sunday. I try to keep everyone updated about our life and its happenings.
Adam and I were married in 2006 in Texas. We have a baby boy named Cade who was born in August 2008, Breck April 2010, and Ainslee March 2012. We love being parents and everyday is a new adventure. We are currently living in Washington. The Northwest is nice but we wish it was warmer and closer to family. Overall life is good.