Sunday, August 17, 2008

36 weeks

Okay, this is the last belly shot I am willing to post...I am feeling WAY too huge these days. I can't imagine looking or getting any bigger! So I'm just assuming I am at my max right now. I swear the baby is swimming around in my ribs, they are so sore! Carson had fun at church today laying a plastic lizard on my tummy and watching the baby kick it off. The little baby is so active! Anyway, I feel I had to document my huge-ness in some kind of permanent way. So here is a pic from today. You know it is bad when people keep asking, "Now, aren't you due any day now?"...yeah, I still have 4 weeks. Quiet.


Hilary 8:14 PM  

K, you're not that big.
fyi. :)

Camille and Bryce 9:39 PM  

You look so cute! Don't worry about it. That is so cool about the lizard though--I bet the kids got a kick out of that! :) Miss you guys!

Becca, Bryce, Ty and Caden 9:49 AM  

Rochelle - you look great for being 36 weeks! It just looks like you stuffed a b-ball under your shirt! Can't wait to see the little guy!

the Halversens 11:31 AM  

One of the cutest pregnant woman pictures I've ever seen. Not even lying.

Anonymous 1:56 PM  

Rochelle you look great. I had a great experience at Good Sam when I had my baby a year and a half ago, I am sure you will too. Good luck! Kareena

The Mendes Family 4:30 PM  

Rochelle, You look adorable pregnant! I hope I will look that great when I'm 36 weeks. Hang in there, he'll be there before you know it!

Alyssa 8:48 PM  

How do you look so good!!! Amazing! If I could look like that and be almost due. . .I'd do it in a second!

Thomas Family 1:06 AM  

You are adorable! And I soo hate it when it nears the end and every Sunday its always someone at church that will say that lovely comment of "You STILL havent had that baby yet" or something along those lines. I feel your pain (or felt it). And seriously when he does come, give me a call to help with the bigger kids.

A Work In Progress.. 7:03 AM  

Rochelle, look at you! You look fabulous, but we all feel so huge at the end! Thanks for stopping by my blog, what a nice surprise! You too have an adorable family. Congratulations on your little boy to come!

Dan and Anne 10:24 AM  

you are so cute! I can't wait to meet this little guy!

Our family 11:07 AM  

Oh, you are so cute! I found your blog on Rick & Cheryl's. I'm so glad you're a blogger! You have an adorable family and congrats on the soon to be baby!


Onjali and Todd 2:47 PM  

now that is one hot mama!

manders 2:40 PM  

You look adorable. Can't wait to see him. Your room for him is amazing.Good luck

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