Saturday, April 23, 2011

27 weeks

Posted by Stephanie on 11:42 PM
So thankful to finally begin my last trimester! It's true that the second trimester is the best. I felt great, wasn't very big yet and could get around well. All of a sudden I feel huge and I'm tired!! In fact we did a lot of schooling at my bedside this week. I also think I must have pulled something while working in the yard because I've been in a bit of pain. I have vowed to slow down and enjoy the remaining months of this pregnancy. Not sure if I will stick with it with so many projects going around our home but I'm going to try. I had David snap a few shots this morning before our guests arrived for fellowship...

As you can see our little darling has grown :) I've learned to squat instead of bend (since I can't!) I have been earnestly praying for a name. I want Abba to name this blessing and He keeps bringing the same name to my mind and my heart. Upon learning the meaning from a friend I shared with I fell more in love with the name. I'll keep you in suspense a bit longer as I continue to seek confirmation with David. We truly want her Creator to name her!

So that's about it. The nursery has turned into a "play" room so not much progress there. However once our pool is set up and the rest of our garden boxes are complete we will begin preparing our nursery. I am actually looking forward to it because I know how much Victoria wants to be involved. She continues asking when we will begin. I'm blessed by our children's anticipation of our new addition and my husbands constant care and attention to my needs.

Once again, thank you for checking in on me! Much love to each of you!


Heidi on April 24, 2011 at 7:35 AM said...

You look beautiful, Stephanie! Enjoy the next few months.

Enid on April 24, 2011 at 9:26 AM said...

Ohh the beauty of been pragnant...I love it and you look fabolous! You know I think that name you are thinking about is it :) And Victoria is not alone...I am so excited for this pregnancy too... !
Ice your back always help me on the las trimester, that bring hicups hahaha to the baby!

Andi on April 24, 2011 at 10:45 AM said...

Oh YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL...and what a blessing, enjoy it momma!

Michelle on April 24, 2011 at 11:13 AM said...

Beeyouteeeful! Mama AND the baby belly.=) I remember all too well the feeling of losing all that wonderful energy. Maybe try to talk a morning walk to get your energy levels up. Sweet blessings I'm praying for you for your last semester. I pray they will be a sweet memory for you to look back on.

Candi on April 24, 2011 at 6:52 PM said...

You look amazing! You always have worn pregnancy well :)

lusi on April 25, 2011 at 5:00 PM said...

Oh Stephanie, you look stunningly radiant!!!! And I must have missed the post about you having a girl I think - congrats to you! Another beautiful blessing not far from your loving arms and family. Can't wait to hear the name Abba has picked out!
Praying for you!
Love Lusi x

singing mama on April 26, 2011 at 9:16 PM said...

You look lovely Stephanie!

I SO understand the energy dip that is sudden once we reach third trimester!!

At around 27-29 weeks, bubba starts needing more iron and so our iron stores take a huge dip. I am still trying to get mine back up with nettle tea and LOTS of spinach, I may try liquid choropyll, and iron supplements soon, anyways I only mention this in case in your case, that is part of what is contributing to your loss of energy.

I too LOVE naming bubbas, we always seek and pray for the name and always love what He leads us too :)

Luv Donna

Stephanie on April 27, 2011 at 7:35 AM said...

Hi precious friends- thank you for your sweet words :) I have my liquid chlorophyll in the fridge and have been walking in the evening with the family. We have spinach in our garden that is coming up. Prayerfully the energy will return!

Much love to you all!!!

Anonymous said...

You look absolutely radiant!

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