Today was our 35 week scan. It wasn't a growth scan, just a regular biophysical. Toast was great - moving so much that it was difficult to assess his cord as he kept kicking it out of the way. Lots of practice breathing, fluid looks good, and all that good stuff.
There was a new resident OB there who did a practice scan on me. The boy's face was sort of smooshed against my uterine wall but everyone did laugh when we could see his little tongue poking out. It seems as though he does that a lot. And his hands are always by his head - at least at almost every scan we've had. Raf was like that, too, and he still often sleeps with his hands by his face.
My silly scanner isn't working so I can't scan the ultrasound photo in. Darn it.
It's a very dreary, rainy day - which is quite nice when you're stuck in bed, but I am nonetheless a bit fed up today. Raf was up most of the night with a fever, but thankfully it broke in the wee hours and he woke up happy, healthy, and fever free. Alas, not much sleep here and every nap I tried today ended up as a bit of a fail. Still, there is always tonight and all day tomorrow!
In exciting news (at least exciting for me) I think Toast's car seat has just been delivered.. well, at least that's my impression from the barking dogs. Tomorrow I must get moving and order some cloth diapers to replenish the stash we had for Rafi. Little cloth diapers are incredibly sweet!
Today I found myself very hungry but without any appetite. This is the pits as there is nothing much nicer than eating when you're really famished. It has me thinking about postpartum meals. Any good suggestions for frozen vegan meals that I can make before this kiddo arrives? I am having certain cravings... I don't eat eggs, or even like them, but I am craving quiche and lasagna - as well as certain soups and roast dinners (sans the meat). I wish Rich were a committed cook as I'd have him on some of this tonight!