In my excitement over finding out that the baby is indeed a girl (that was our guess)...I didn't say anything else about the appointment! Sheesh, that was spacey of me :)
The doctor said that everything looks great and she is growing nicely! Her movements are getting stronger too, I'm feeling them much more now. Ian even got to feel for the first time a couple days ago. The only regret I have is that she was facing posterior through the whole exam so almost all of the ultrasound shots are of her extremities. Cute baby toes but sadly no great profile shot.
Now, for the past few weeks I've been thinking a lot about the kids' school work and how that is going to look for next year. I think I may need to invest in a planner, then spend the time getting it all planned. I'd like to be able to just pick a sheet that will have what each child should be doing each day that I can use as a guide. If I spend the time putting it together before the baby comes, then theoretically we should be able to start working not too long after she's born...basically not take a long break!
Do any of you use a planner? I may just set up my own in excel...
Oh, I have also been trying to decide what to use as a bible program. I didn't want to spend a lot of money, figuring if I couldn't find one I'd come up with my own. I came across this site though and they have what looks like a great curriculum (I guess I shouldn't rave about it too much, I've only printed off the first week!). The best part though is it's FREE! :)