I had my 16 week OB appointment yesterday. Everything is looking great. We set up our 20 week scan and appointment for July 24th - and we'll finally get to find out boy or girl! I can't wait. Four more weeks. It seems like a long time, but time has been flying by pretty fast these days. And we have our wonderful Itasca trip to break up the month so I think that will be a wonderful distraction!
We're a little behind where I'd like to be with stuff at home, but the storms over the weekend kind of put a wrench in stuff. We did take in some water again - blah. After purchasing the THIRD dehumidifier we've owned since being in this house, we finally have things dried out again. We'll be addressing the area of the lawn that keeps causing this problem very soon I think.
Our final golf session is this weekend. Not going to lie - I'm glad. I'm just not feeling golf this year and it has nothing to do with being pregnant, I am just finding my interest in it waning just a bit. I'm thrilled that Nate loves it now and I hope he'll get a chance to go with my dad a few times because it's a good activity for them to do together.
We're slowly moving forward on Project:Replace Front Window. Final measurements are being taken this week and then we'll order it. We may have to wait a bit for installation yet, but at least the wheels are in motion.
Nate bought us a rug for the baby's room at a garage sale. It's really a nice one. We'll be spending some time in July getting ready for our own garage sale finally. And then I can start really working on that room come August which is awesome. I'm feeling a little less panicked about all of this stuff anyway.
Nate also brewed his first batch of beer in quite awhile this past weekend. It is a clone of a beer called Zombie Dust. We can't get that beer in Minnesota, but he got some on his Chicago trip. We are still planning our annual Oktoberfest. Not going to let being pregnant stop us from having a little fun, especially one last big hurrah before the baby comes. I am hoping to hold said event in earlier October this year, maybe even late September, but it'll depend on how much beer Nate gets brewed and ready and when.
So, that's where we're at. Kind of going one day at a time and feeling good. Just enjoying where we are in the moment. Sometimes that is all you can do!