Well, I did it. I jinxed myself. After basically bragging about how good I felt the week before last, I spent the majority of last week trying not to die. While I am certainly being dramatic, it definitely wasn’t any fun. I’ve made a few more tweaks to my diet (hello, baked potatoes and ginger chews), which seems to be helping a little. Luckily, I felt pretty daggum good the whole time we were in Disney. That would have royally sucked, so I appreciate the pregnancy gods for looking out for me on that one. Speaking of our trip, I suppose I could recap that now. In true lazy-girl fashion, I’m going to do this two-sentence-per-picture style.
This is always be my favorite place. I had kids just to force them to go with me.
“Juuuust the two of us. We can make it if we try.”
Water fights are the best kind of fights. And the only ones that won’t cause him to go to timeout.
I seriously could have cried watching him do this all by himself. Such a big kid!
I have nothing remotely interesting to say about this picture. It’s just adorable.
He made a friend. And by “made a friend”, I mean silently copied everything this kid did.
He used his “credit card” to buy two toys in the store. He now thinks he is an adult.
This is one of those moments where I’m sad I’m not 3 feet tall still. I want to ride that ant.
“Listen, we’re taking this picture and you’re going to smile.” “Nope.”
Mickey is a legit BA, y’all. Firework arms and everything.
Why is he not scared? We were in a shark, people.
After complaining about him not smiling enough in pictures, I get this. Kids think they are so funny.
This is an accurate depiction of my driving skills. Kidding, kind of.
I’m imagining that it costs about 3,000,000,000 dollars to pull these off. Because Disney.
Of all of the Disney experiences, his favorite thing is still the shuttle to the parks. Of course it is.
I’ll be back soon to chat about workouts, eats, & babies pretty soon. I have a lot to fill y’all in on!