Sara is giving me shit because I haven't blogged on this thing enough, so here you guys go.
You ladies at the TTCAM-PAL-PMS-ASAP-BBQ-LOL forums know me as super-sperm. Hi ladies. Good to talk with you all once again.
I am watching the Wild game (winning 3-1 in the 2nd period, by the way...) while having an icy-cold beverage and I don't have to work tomorrow. Quite happy about that. In addition to that, I get fed some turkey and other assorted quality food items tomorrow so right now things are going quite well. Fat guy's dream, for sure.
Things are going quite swimmingly with Sara and the twins so far. We do listen to the heartbeats every night. I know this because the belly doppler is so fu%!ing loud and scratchy that I can hardly stand it - it's like nails on a chalkboard to me, but nevertheless we plow through for the common good and for Momma's sanity.
In all seriousness, I can't describe how cool this is to be expecting twins. Granted, at this point we will take anything that is given to us but there is a certain extra-cool factor about seeing more than one little squirt in there moving around and creating havoc already.
Mom recommended 'A Child Is Born' when we were pregnant with Sammie. I bought it right away, but quite honestly didn't read through a whole lot of it at the time. I got to the picture where the baby's head is sticking out of the mother's hoo-ha towards the end of the last chapter and just shut the book up right there and let it collect dust since. Now, I find myself checking it out a lot to see how far the babies are along.
Anyway, that's my blog for the evening. I may be coaxed into blogging more if there is enough interest. Personally, I find my blogging to be enlightening and delightful and I hope you feel the same.