I hope everyone had a good day of love. Or as the radio DJ called it, Singles Awareness Day. Mine was a little more stressful than I would have liked, but there's nothing I can complain about. I had enough time at work to take a coffee break (I actually got decaf). When I picked Aiden up from daycare, he had a Valentine's goodie bag. We sat in the car and went through all his fun stuff. His favorite "candy" was the Valentine's fruit snacks, shaped like hearts, and his favorite card was from his best friend with Captain America on the front.
When we got home, I spoiled Aiden and let him watch TV until dinner was ready. I knew it would be later than normal and I didn't want him to badger me constantly. He watched an hour and a half of Kung Fu Panda, which has quickly become his new favorite show. The last couple minutes are usually the beginning of Spongebob Squarepants and he has started to show interest in that series. I set it to record a few shows last night, so it looks like Spongebob may be in my near future. I'm so not looking forward to that. I feel like that character has the most grating laugh EVER. Yaaaayyyy.
Travis came home with a dozen white roses mixed with lilies and chocolate covered strawberries for me and a Transformer for Aiden. I got Travis a heart-shaped box of Reese's chocolates and two cards - one from Aiden and one from me. We cooked dinner together while Aiden sat glued to the TV. I made a baked potato casserole that I just found the recipe for. Potatoes have been simply amazing since I've been pregnant, so I thought it was delicious. Travis cooked fillet Mignon under the broiler since he didn't feel like messing with the grill. We also had a side of asparagus and Caesar salad. Aiden only ate steak and salad. He flat out refused to try the potatoes. Such a weird kid. What kid doesn't like potatoes?! Well, unless it's the fried kind, of course.
|I seriously despise this computer - can't get the photo upright.|
I was stuffed by the time we got done eating. For dessert, even though it was really late, we gave Aiden a cupcake. Actually, I only gave him half because I was concerned he would have trouble falling asleep. We didn't get him to bed until 9 pm. Needless to say, this morning was a little rough. But we had a good time gorging ourselves on delicious food.
|Teasing Daddy with his icing.|
|Half a cupcake, strawberries and his Valentine's cup from daycare.|
My sweet tooth this pregnancy is OUT OF CONTROL. All I want is sugar. I can't get enough cookies. I go through an insane amount of Monster Trail Mix from Target. It comes with chocolate in it, but I add MORE dark chocolate chips because it's not enough for me. I constantly crave sweet coffee, so I've started drinking some decaf so I can have more than one cup a day. The coffee is not so good for my constant Braxton-Hicks contractions. It's a diuretic, plus drinking coffee means I'm not drinking water in it's place.
I can't wait for a contraction-less day. Travis asked if I thought that was possible. I said, "Yes, when I'm done being pregnant." Even then it will be a while because there's that week after you have the baby where the uterus contracts back to normal size. Plus, I'm thinking about getting Mirena after I have Mila which is known to cause serious cramping. Sorry if that's too much information for some of you.
If there were uterus strength contests, I bet I'd win.