Saturday, May 16, 2009

Little Plum!


These make me happy. The only one I haven't liked was week 10...a prune. Ick!
I like having an idea of how big the baby is growing inside of me.
Whatever fruit it is that week, I refer to it as that.
"Little plum, why are you making mommy so tired today?"
"Plum baby...please don't make momma throw up again today. I love you."

7 comments:

Gena Susan said...

I love the baby updates! Tammy & Nic nicknamed Andrew "little blueberry" the whole pregnancy because of the fruit comparison. So funny :)

You're 12 weeks! That's so awesome! Brings back memories... http://genasue.blogspot.com/2008/04/heres-to-new.html
That's how far along I was when we announced Gwenie. I love babies so much! :)

You neeeeed to take some belly shots!! Have Matt take you out and do some...or heck, I'll even do it :) It's so fun to have the whole pregnancy documented. I wish I would have done it when I was pregnant with Emma. I have like 3 pictures and that's it :) So silly.

Well, hope you are feeling well, pretty Mama!

The Kenworthys said...

It's not quite as fun when they become "little watermelon"...

Shannon said...

Yes, the plum! We do the same thing to stop feeling sick. Mitch always says, "okay baby be nice to Shannon today... don't make her throw up!"

So glad someone is going through this with me!

Rachel Williams said...

I was trying to remember some of the fruits for when you're further along, but I can only remember cantaloupe and watermelon, but those where to help show how big your uterus is instead of the baby...

Alissa said...

Aww, I love your plum baby! Make sure and update us when the fruit changes! It's so fun to compare!

Whitney Parry said...

Congrats on the new little addition to your family!:) That is so exciting!

Erin said...

Just wait until week 21-30 they start using some off the wall fruit/veggies. You'll have to google it to see what the heck it is. I can't remember off the top of my head but I think one week it's a Spanish pumpkin???

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