Archive for June, 2008

So Little Moon is 19 weeks today. Here is the latest scoop on the baby 🙂 Little Moon’s sensory development is exploding! The brain is designating specialized areas for smell, taste, hearing, vision, and touch. Some research suggests that Little Moon may be able to hear now, so if you see April in the next […]


A House?

26Jun08

So Jerod and I are thinking about buying a house in Manor. Basically, a bunch of friends from the Austin Stone Community Church live in the neighborhood and the houses are pretty affordable. The neighborhood is called “Shadow Glen”. http://www.shadowglentexas.com There is a fun water park that I think will be really cool in the […]


Only God knows at this point 🙂 Just so you know though, April had a dream last week that it was a little girl. To be honest we have been hoping for a little boy first so that he can defend his younger siblings against mean bullies at school. So April woke up a little […]


18 weeks!

20Jun08

Little Moon is about 5 1/2 inches long and he weighs almost 7 ounces. He or she is busy flexing the arms and legs. His or her blood vessels are visible through the thin skin, and the ears are now in their final position, although they’re still standing out from his head a bit. A […]


So, I think it is official. I look like a pregnant chick. Yesterday I was standing in Taco Deli waiting for my lovely friend Valerie, when two older men offered me a seat at separate times! I looked at my friend, Valerie, and asked if I looked pregnant. She said no, but I think she […]


Little Moon’s skeleton is changing from soft cartilage to bone, and the umbilical cord is growing stronger and thicker. Little Moon weighs 5 ounces now, and she or he is around 5 inches long from head to bottom. Little Moon can move his or her joints, and the sweat glands are starting to develop. The […]


Time is flying by…. 4 months, already! How Little Moon is growing: In the next few weeks, Little Moon will double in weight and add inches in length. He/she is about 4 1/2 inches long (head to rump) and 3 1/2 ounces. His/her legs are much more developed, his/her head is more erect than it […]