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Posted by White-Lily , 14 September 2011 · 268 views

Tick tick tick...

Only a few more weeks and we can finally see whatever is happening in there!
DD is still sure there is 2 babies in there. Every time we ask or it comes up there is always '2 babies'. Pretty sure she is just saying 2 because she has 2 dolls which she calls her babies.

I have had a dream there were twins and they were boys but DH and I had been talking about it right before going to bed so it was already in my head. So I really doubt there is any truth to the dream.

House is going ok as far as we can tell. Kitchen and bathroom cupboards are all built and installed. As far as we can work out all that is really left to be done is the finishing of the electrical and plumbing, the tiling and painting (including the render) and then the driveway. We are going down on Saturday to put in a soak well under the driveway.
We have bought some curtains for the bedrooms and put some bar stools on layby which will go under the breakfast bar, so we are finally getting a few things organised.

I'm really excited to be able to get everything out of storage and really go through all of stuff and then do some shopping! And I'm hanging out to see what (if anything) I can buy for the new bub. At the moment I'm just shopping for other people to get my fix of baby shopping!

Have told a few more people we are expecting. PIL and Nana. Still haven't told my siblings. Will let them know whenever we next see them which will probably be sisters birthday (if appropriate) which is next week.

Shae is doing ok. Had a trip back to the Dr for a check up after the hospital admission. All good, nice clear chest, Dr agrees she is asthmatic and we finally have a plan for managing it. She currently has a cold (nothing new) but that's all it is at the moment and we are working really hard on keeping it that way! Looking forward to some nice warm weather which will help her immensely!




Oh in the first part how you had the dream i hope none of that happens.  hheart.gif
What are you hoping to have if you do have twins?
Wow u must be really excited, i am pregnet but still worried i may loose it because i am only 7week
well good luck  rolleyes.gif  bbaby.gif
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