Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Week Thirty

Week thirty means we have ten weeks left, oh. my. gosh. ten weeks left. It seems like the time is flying by, which is always the case during the Winter semester. I think that it has something to do with the days getting longer and the students starting to dress more and more Spring like. But specifically this year it is hard to believe that Lilly will be with us in only ten more weeks. This past week we gave Lilly her first taste of corporate culture when we attended a dinner and Jazz concert with some select X-rite employees. Matt was chosen based on his awesome systems engineering skills to attend this posh event with the CEO, VP of HR and others. The dinner was delicious and the concert was interesting
(http://www.scmc-online.org/concerts-events/detail/ann_hampton_callaway/) ... the singer is well known to those in the know, but for us commoners she was the one who sang The Nanny theme song. Lilly continues to love music and danced around a ton during some of the more upbeat Jazz songs. We also had a brief check-up with the Dr. to go over the results of my glucose test, measure my growing belly and take my blood pressure. Things continue to look great and we don't need to go back until week thirty-two. Until then we have lots of activities including Spring Break to enjoy.

30 weeks: Baby weighs as much as a large cabbage
Your baby rivals a good-size cabbage in weight, tipping the scales this week at 3 pounds. (Length: about 15 3/4 inches, head to heel.)