I have been wondering when I would feel Easton move. I've had a few different people tell me a few different times of when I should feel him, of course. Just like everything else, I Googled it. "thank goodness for Google", that's what Jason says when I reveal to him another informative tidbit I have discovered. If I called my dr. for each thing I have found by Google-ing, they would think I am the most annoying patient ever. I think I felt him a week ago, but then two night's ago Jason actually felt two tiny kicks!! We both just started laughing, like this baby is already the most hilarious child ever. It was a really cool moment for both of us. Of course, I haven't had any big kicks since. But I was told that my placenta is in the back, so I will feel everything in the months to come. Fabulous! The ultrasound tech told me to get lots of sleep now. No problem..I happen to be very good at that!
Or in other words...5 months! I cannot believe that I'm 5 months already. I'm 1/2 way through! AGHHH!!! That means we're going to have an infant of our own we have to care for in 4 months!!!! Whew...I just had to get that off my chest. It still freaks me out now and then when I think about it. There's no turning back now huh? The other thing I think about often these days is that I don't like being pregnant. Everything is feeling all fat and rubbing together...I don't like it, and I know it's only going to get worse. Ugh. I am NOT going to be an easy person to be around when I am huge. Poor Jason. So here is the 20 week picture, and before you think.."she looks good for 20 weeks!"..trust me..I'm way bigger in person. It's all about angles and black clothes! Ha.
I wanted to post a few more pictures of some stuff for Easton. The outfit is the first one I picked out for him. Mom and I were at Kohl's before the ultrasound and I found it. For some reason I just knew I was going to get to go back and buy it, so I hid it in with some other clothes on a rack. It's so cute! The chest is one that my grandpa Galloway made and Jason painted it for me. I love it! It will be good for toys or for storing blankets and stuff. It turned out awesome. That was another one of Jason's projects this weekend, in between the Craigslist buying. The little porcelain sign is kinda like his first baby gift, mom got that when I was just 10 weeks or so. Well, that's about it. I keep wondering if someone besides my mom, sister's and my best friend from back home, Erin, are reading this crap. Oh well, soon enough I'll have a baby to take pictures of instead of just..random stuff. :)
Jason has become a Craigslist addict. He has convinced himself he can find the best deals in the whole world on Craigslist. To be honest, he has found some really good ones for Easton. It started with the swing that I have been looking at for awhile now. It was posted a couple times and they wouldn't take what he wanted to pay. So he waited..and finally they took it. Well, I think it was five dollars more than what he offered, but I told him to just buy it already. It is so cute, and practically brand new. Brand new from store- $189.99 Craigslist price- $80. Pretty good deal huh? Then came the baby monitor I wanted. It's the kind with the TV monitor so you can see the baby, even at night. The lady was in Franklin so I took my sister Jenny with me to get it. Before I left I called Jason and asked him "So it's $60 right?" (that's what I had taken out of the ATM) he said "well, I got her to take $55..." me "what? I got 3 twenties, I'm paying her $60 dollars Jason" him "no, go buy a coke or something and get yourself some change.." Ha. Him and his five dollars! The lady got paid $60. She was so nice and had a adorable 6 month old baby boy. Anyhoo, the monitor is so cool! His next purchase was the glider rocker for the nursery. This was all this past weekend, by the way. He wastes no time! He finally found one in Nashville for $60! It's in perfect condition! It's a few years old, but you would never know that by looking at it. So that was our weekend, picking up Craigslist baby stuff, and it was all worth it!