We are starting to work hard on the nursery... Jordan is out of school for the summer, and it seems like we have so much going on in July... so we decided to take the month of June to really get the "big stuff" out of the way. We aren't doing too much in the nursery... we did re-finish all the furniture that was in there to make it all match..
This will be her dresser / changing table... I am going
to put a changing pad and some baskets on one side
to hold her diapers, wipes, etc.
Her crib... minus the bedding :)
Eventually, I'm going to put a glider
in this corner and the nightstand
will act as just a little end table by
the rocker :)
As far as Ada's developments this week... she has established sleep patterns. She may even have a favorite sleep position... so far I haven't been able to pick up on the patterns based on her activity in my belly throughout the day. Most of Ada's energy now is going to gaining weight. Right now she is approximately 10.5 ounces and is about 6.5 inches long from head to booty... but she's probably closer to ten from head to toe.
There aren't any new pregnancy stats... I'll know more when I go to the doctor Tuesday. However, I do want to leave you with an update on my other child... Sawyer :)
Sawyer is getting so BIG! He is 20 weeks old today and probably is upwards of 40 pounds. He is finally potty trained! For the past week we have let him in the house a lot... he has learned to go to the door when he needs to go outside to potty. We are really trying to work with him. He is still a puppy and thinks that he's so much smaller than he really is. We want him to be able to adjust well whenever Ada gets here. He is definitely a Daddy's boy... haha. Jordan can't go anywhere without his "shadow". He really is a sweet dog, although most people don't get to see it because he seems to wig out around new people and lose all sense of training and discipline. But.. hopefully in the next 20 weeks... he'll get a little better. I'll leave you with some funny pictures we took of Sawyer the other day...
WARNING: THESE IMAGES CONTAIN PUPPY PRIVATE PARTS