Saturday, October 25, 2014

21 Weeks Pregnant with Boo # 2

Ugh, I've fallen into posting late again. Still without a computer. Which makes blogging rather difficult! However, here's what went down during week 21:

  • I've been super sick this week again... I really thought I had gotten past that point, but I've had to pull out my Zofran again just to keep things down.
  • I've gained two pounds this week, bringing my grand total to just eight pounds. Pretty sure that's about half of what is expected weight gain at this point. Not that I mind not being a whale yet, but I just worry that being sick again is going to keep this little nugget from getting what he/she needs.
  • Monday is our big 20 week ultrasound and I'm super excited to see baby and find out whether it's a boy or a girl. I've been thinking boy from early on, but Fynn's convinced it's a girl and the only names I've found that I love are girls names. I guess we'll see on Monday.
  • This little bugger is a-moving and a-shaking these days. Kicks are getting stronger, and are all super low which makes sense because I feel like the kid is sitting on my bladder.
  • Drew informed me the other day that I'm not as wide as I was last pregnancy... I guess I'm supposed to take that as a complement? 
  • Baby Boo is the size of a pomegranate this week; 10.5 inches long and 12.7 ounces.

And now I must attempt to upload pictures to this post. I apologize in advance for any funky formatting that results.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

My Art Gallery for Kids Review

This review was brought to you by and My Art Gallery For Kids.

A few weeks ago Fynn and I got an awesome package in the mail; the My Art Gallery for Kids- to display her art work. I've been trying to keep some of her projects, but they usually end up torn or wrinkled or lost, whoever thought of this art gallery has clearly had the same issue. 

The concept is simple; a 3-frame art gallery where the picture frames can be stuck together, or displayed separately. You can use the giant magnet that's included to display artwork on any metal surface, or each frame also comes with stand features to stand alone. You could also do the traditional nail in the wall method to hang the frames. What makes this product unique? The fact that each frame is designed to hold 35 pieces of artwork. That's a total of 105 pieces that can be stored, while displaying three at a time. There's also a little spot for a picture of the artist to be displayed, so if you had several kids, each could have their own, personalized, art gallery.

Fynn was excited to open the package (as always) but she was even more excited the next day when we put one of her pieces of artwork into the frame. She loves her pictures, and is always excited to show them off. She kept pointing to her picture and saying "that's mine". So stinking cute. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter to see how others are using their My Art Gallery to show of their kid's artwork. 
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