Thursday, May 27, 2010

Its a GIRL!

Preston has been convinced through out this LONG process that we where having a boy, and sense i didn't have a "mothers instinct" i just kinda went along with it.
The day i scheduled the ultrasound they gave me a paper to help me remember when it was(which i need) and a side note with instructions to do before the ultrasound, i didn't pay much attention to it until the night before the appointment. The side note basically said i had to drink over a liter of water in one hour and to not empty my bladder until after the appointment. Are you kidding me??? Holding my pee has never been something I'm good at, not to mention a baby inside sitting on your bladder, but I'm happy to report that i did it! After they looked at my organs and the baby's she said i could go release my self and then we would start looking for the sex. From that point on it was very surreal. it was so special to see her moving and seeing her ten fingers and ten toes, it was the best! Although Preston wanted a boy he is very excited to be having a little girl. He said he cant wait to start the daddy daughter relationship. I feel so blessed to be able to go through pregnancy and have one of gods children entrusted to me, such an overwhelming responsibility but one that i am ready to take on.


  1. Congrats! That is so exciting. You're going to have so much fun dressing her up everyday!

  2. I'm sorry, but when I read "Holding my pee has never been something I'm good at" I just couldn't help but laugh out loud. Remember that time we were walking home from Mike Morrell's at like 2 AM and some creepy guys were following us in a car and you and Nicki both got so scared that you peed your pants?

    That aside, congratulations on your little girl! That is so exciting. You will be a fantastic mama! You have always been amazing at nurturing others

  3. Congratulations! I found your blog today and had to congratulate you, hope you don't mind!

  4. Naomi I seriously have no memory of that happening, but it deffinetly sounds like me. All i know is that my daughter better not be walking around at 2:00 am. NO sleepovers for my kids haha.