18 Days…and Counting

That’s how much time I have left in my quiet, peaceful world.  Then, on Monday, November 23, Hans and I will head to the hospital at 4:00 a.m. for what I’m assuming will be a very long day.  In other words, barring any unforeseen circumstances, that’s when I’m going to be induced.  Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!  And Ethan will enter our world, and I’ll finally be able to see how much he really looks like Hans.  (You can’t tell from those sonogram pics)  But for now, Ethan is still enjoying being safely buy 20 mg acomplia online encased in a sac of fluid, floating around, albeit with less and less room each day.  I’m not to the point where I want him OUT, but I will tell you this:  I will NOT miss going to the bathroom 15 times a day.  And four times a night.  (I have to admit, this is about all I have to complain about…pregnancy has been pretty kind to me.)

Anyway, the latest bump pic is from this past weekend, when my good friend Gilbe came into town from Dallas:
After eating a meal that included alligator, crawfish, and red beans and rice, we headed to the plantation Houmas House, the self-proclaimed “Crown Jewel of Louisiana’s River Road,” for a tour:

Saturday night, we went to the LSU-Tulane game.  While not an SEC match-up, any night in Tiger Stadium is still a good experience.  (I say this about any stadium that sells nachos, though…)

So THANKS to Gilbe for coming into town!  And we’ll keep you updated as we get ready for Ethan’s imminent arrival onto the scene.

5 Replies to “18 Days…and Counting”

  1. That’s our Courtney! I’m surprised there’s room for baby in there with all that eating going on! 😉 Looking forward to greeting the little guy!

    Houmas House has gotten more beautiful with the changes to the grounds. I think we’ll have to make a day trip there just for the photo op. Alas, it is SOOOOOOOOO FARRRRRRRRRR away.

  2. Courtney you look so great!! Love the pregnant belly:) The countdown has begun how exciting. Maybe we can squeeze in a visit over Christmas break after you’ve had sopme time to adjust and Tim doesn’t have the weight of the semester on him. Good times. Miss you both!

  3. Whoa! I’ve been out of town and completely missed this entry! I’m so happy to hear your pregnancy has been good to you. Y’all will be in my prayers come Nov. 23! 🙂

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