So this was my belly yesterday. Note: mirror is still dirty (dad.) Also, this was me fresh out of the shower without any cute things happening ESPECIALLY a bra. I considered putting one on and retaking the photo but I was toooo lazy. Sorry (everyone).
Yesterday was also the day I had an appointment with my midwife, so I got to hear kiddo's heartbeat and they measured my tummy and weighed me and took my blood pressure (but this time there were no approving looks even though my blood pressure is still excellent so it must not be exciting anymore. Must find new ways to wow the nurses.) Everything is normal, except the midwife said that the interesting position the baby was in at the ultrasound which I thought was so adorable is actually one of the more difficult breach positions for a baby to get out of. So last night Tony gave my belly a stern talking to and we're hoping this little buttmunch will turn himself around before they have to cut him out of me. Kids, she says, with a rueful shake of the head.
In other news, the room is almost (almost!) all painted. I finally got the baseboards done and now all that's left are the doors and doorjams and maybe I can do the jams tonight. Jam is a funny word. But here are some WIP pictures I took before the trim got painted. There are befores and afters! The befores are full of me looking stunning in my pjs! The afters are better!
Notice how we had to paint our ceilings. I cannot stress this enough. THE CEILINGS ARE THE SAME COLOR AS THE WALLS. EVERYWHERE! IN EVERY ROOM! The rest of the world is not nearly disgusted enough with this as I am.
After! Only still not finished.
This is a view as you enter from the door. The wall is so shiny cause I had only just painted it. For those interested, we did the walls in a satin finish and the trim in semi-gloss. Can I just say how in love I am with that dark grey accent wall? There were many doubters on the road to that wall, but I testify they were all converted and now it's a favorite thing to do in our household to stare admiringly at it. I will never not be amazed at how a change in paint can make all the difference to a thing (or a room). It's so much brighter and cheerier in there now that the grey/green/brown is gone. I can't wait to finally start getting things organized and bring in all the other colors I want.
And I know that this baby doesn't give a darn what his room looks like. This is all for me. But my main goal is to create a place that is peaceful where we can all feel comfortable together. That's my goal for the whole house, and it's been slow in coming, but I think with the grease of our elbows we can pull it off.
But really, I love that wall. I probably need to buy something sultry to wear to match it.