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Take a Look At Me Now

Well, there is a pregnancy picture for all you wondering what I am looking like. We took this today and I am at 20 weeks. You can do a comparison to my last pregnancy if you like.

It is different this second time around. I think I look different then I did last time. I don't really feel big yet at all. And this is the first picture we have taken of the belly growing process. Last time, we started back at 14 weeks. And that is how it goes I guess. Though now that we are half way, I have started to make a mental list of what needs to happen before this baby comes. The biggest thing is to get Joash settled in a "big boy" bed and then moved stuff into the guest room that is going to become the baby's room. Joash seems excited about the idea of a big boy bed, but has shown no interest in potty training at all. And while it would be nice to not have two kids in diapers, I am not going to push him until he is ready. I mean how can you potty train a two year old who refuses to sit on a potty? Plus, I have heard of so many kids who revert when a new sibling is born. So, we are just going to wait for now unless Joash has a sudden change of mind about the whole potty thing. I am in no rush, though that might change a bit when baby #2 enters the picture.


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