Anxious

see full post

AnxiousPregnancy

by Whitney Anderson on October 9, 2013 with 8 comments

I am anxious. I am ready for the babies to be here…safe and sound.  These babies are being a tease. A month ago, Nicole started showing signs of pre eclampsia. Of course, I was very worried about that.  Then, two and a half weeks ago, at 30 weeks, she lost her plug. In the past …

continue reading ...

Baby Shower

see full post

Baby ShowerPregnancy

by Whitney Anderson on September 17, 2013 with 8 comments

This past weekend, we had our first baby shower, hosted by my friend, Cindy.  It was so sweet and so much fun.  She had done such a wonderful job with everything — the decorations, the food, everything. We were so blown away by everyone’s kindness.  Erick’s aunt and cousin came all the way from Atlanta.  …

continue reading ...

The time we installed a formaldehyde floor in our new nursery

see full post

The time we installed a formaldehyde floor in our new nurseryDIY, Home & Garden, Pregnancy

by Whitney Anderson on August 13, 2013 with 5 comments

No, really.  We did.  That was fun. We have a 14-year-old chocolate lab who peed on our carpet like it was her job.  I know she couldn’t help it, but still — gross!  So, we knew we needed to replace our floor before the babies arrive.  I wanted to put down wood laminate and I …

continue reading ...

Pain

see full post

PainHip Dysplasia

by Whitney Anderson on August 12, 2013 with 8 comments

Hello, friends.  Well, if you were wondering if I had dropped off the face of the earth, the answer is yes.  It’s incredible to me how quickly I went from relatively normal to non-functioning and flat on my back due to my hip problems.  I say hip problems, but the problems only start there and …

continue reading ...

Hip problems

see full post

Hip problemsHip Dysplasia

by Whitney Anderson on June 27, 2013 with 1 comments

What’s worse than having one bum hip?  TWO bum hips!  I have acetabular hip dsyplasia on both sides.  I also have a femoral acetabular impingement (FAI) on one side.  And, I have something wrong with my sacro-iliac joint.    [Have no idea what this means? See my original post.]  Unfortunately, I’m not much closer to having a …

continue reading ...