And getting ready to BRING IT.
All the drama, the boyfriends, the prom dresses, the makeup, the bad hair day meltdowns, the slammed doors, the (INSERT MORE DRAMATICS HERE)- it’s all coming for me.
It’s. A. Girl! (Also, and most importantly, she looks 100% healthy!)
The tech said she was really, very confident and I had her scan and re-scan that general area several times. Nothing. Not a hint of anything boyish that way. It’s totally a girl.
So, YAY! RuffleButts!
I’m not ready to embrace all pink. It’s just not in me, but I can warm up to purple, I think. Pretty sure the nursery is going to start with a PB&J inspired color palette of dark purple and light brown with a bit of white thrown in.
And names? Well, don’t even ask. We haven’t even discussed it, and I’m fine with that. We may very well not settle on anything until she’s born anyway, just like we did with Kendall.
I know she most likely will have a birthday very close to Christmas (with a due date of 12/24), but I’m actually excited about what that entails, at least for the first few years. We can have cookie decorating parties and ornament making parties. And then when she’s old enough to get irritated with sharing her birthday with the holiday season, we can celebrate 1/2 birthdays in the summer with pedicures at the pool!
Okay, so I’m a little excited, yes. But also? Terrified.
What do I DO WITH A GIRL? Y’all, I’m a boy mom. I don’t know shit about this girl business. How do I be a girl mom? What if I break her?
Kendall is 2 and already excited to share his love for “wowers” with his little sister. I’m nearly 19 weeks pregnant… and that means I’m nearly halfway there… and that means I have SO MUCH TO BUY!!