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25 Weeks complete... 15 Weeks to go.

Yikes! I can't believe there are only around 15 weeks left of this baby living and growing inside my belly! This pregnancy has just been filled with joy, blessings, and gladness for me. I have enjoyed the many kicks, turns, and fluttery dances our little babe is doing inside :) SO much!


info from babycenter.com:

How your baby's growing

Head to heels, your baby now measures about 13 1/2 inches. Her weight — a pound and a half — isn't much more than an average rutabaga, but she's beginning to exchange her long, lean look for some baby fat. As she does, her wrinkled skin will begin to smooth out and she'll start to look more and more like a newborn. She's also growing more hair — and if you could see it, you'd now be able to discern its color and texture.
 

Comments

The Adamack's said…
You are SO PRETTY!!! I love this dress, can I have it?!
:)
Baby Rutabega Kastenbauer. Sounds perfect!
I love you guys!
Haha! "Can I have it!?" :) I would say yes, but NO.

Thank you for the compliment dear sister. I Love you!

Yes, I think we might as well go with baby Rutabega... It can go by Beggy. (like Becky with nasally-cold) OR Rudy :)
Ash said…
You look SO cute in your spring dresses! You picked a great season to be with child.
Thanks Ash! I LOVE that I get to wear all these fun clothes for great season... seriously practical! I think I will really appreciate that when it starts to feel like a million degrees outside and I just want to burst :)

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