I know it has been 2 weeks since my last update. I don't like to update blogs. I get lazy. I don't have a lot to say. I have had a lot of pressure from Darren to update this one. Perhaps he should post something if he wants a post so badly. I didn't make this blog anyway. Blah.
I went to the doctor last week. I thought I would get an ultrasound, but I didn't. They checked the heartbeat with the doppler and all sounded fine. I did get scolded for my weight gain so far, so now I have to try and watch that. :( My next appointment is scheduled for 19 weeks, so we should find out the sex at that time. I can tell you its a boy, and even if we find out its a girl, it will still be a boy to everyone else for a while. That is for the benefit of my sister-in-law who is adamant we are having a girl. We will just keep everyone guessing for a while. I am really looking forward to getting through the next couple of weeks. I am starting to "show" now, but its only really apparent to me. To everyone else I just look fat. It will be nice to be visibly pregnant so at least there is a reason for the weight gain. I know it will mean I am a bit less comfortable, but its better than just looking fat I think.
I am currently in Washington. I flew in last night and I am flying back home today. Last week I was in LA, and I may have to go back to LA next week. I really enjoy traveling, even if it is for work sometimes. I am not looking forward to being grounded for 3 months. That will be my longest travel drought since before Darren started with the airline. I hope our baby is a good traveler. There was a very fussy baby on the plane yesterday and the poor mother was getting death looks from a few passengers. I felt bad for her because she was doing absolutely everything she could to quiet the baby. If everything works out correctly our baby's first flight will be at about 2 weeks old. Hopefully with regular travel at such a young age our child will be a seasoned traveler from very early on and we will never have problems. Perhaps a love of travel is the one thing both of us can pass to our child. That would definitely make life easier.