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Better Late Than Never!

May 29, 2007
Filed under: Baby Sogn — grsogn @ 6:06 pm

Hello everyone! Now that I am past my halfway point in my pregnancy, I can no longer be a delinquent about writing.  To give you a brief synopsis of my preggo experience thus far, it has been (thankfully) uneventful.  I never had any nausea in the beginning, but I did feel like I wanted to sleep for the first 3 months straight.The biggest news is that we found out last week that we’re having a boy!   He would not show his face, but displayed all of the features of his lower half quite proudly. Is mooning the camera an inheritable trait?  My goal is to not get squirted with every diaper change.  We will have to do some research into this product we’ve heard of: the peepee teepee.

 Boy names have proven very difficult to agree upon.  We will take any suggestions!  For now, we are calling the belly Thor, to keep the Norwegian tradition proud.

It’s hard to tell if I’ve felt any baby movement yet - was that a kick or that burrito I just ate?   But in a couple weeks his presence will be unmistakable.

4 Comments »

  1. No nausea, at all?? You lucky duck!

    Comment by jen — May 29, 2007 @ 8:17 pm

  2. Yay for Thor!!! And for his blogging mother!! I’m so glad to have new tales to read! :-)

    Comment by emkenton — May 30, 2007 @ 7:20 am

  3. I look forward to meeting your son when he arrives!

    Comment by Meredith — May 30, 2007 @ 11:49 am

  4. Congrats again! We’ll let you know how the peepee teepees work out - we got some as a gift! They’re really cute and look like tiny birthday hats. Thor is a fabulous name. And it’d be one of the coolest names on the playground!

    Comment by Kerry — June 1, 2007 @ 7:13 pm

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