Baby Dominguez: Weeks 36, 37 and 38

My baby is here so this is my last pregnancy post! He is healthy and arrived just as I was about to start week 39 which is considered full term. I can’t wait to give you all the details about my beautiful boy. He is already one month old and so darn precious! Time sure does fly by super fast when you are a Mom!

Baby’s Growth:

Week 36: Lil honey is about 5.5 pounds and is the size of a honey dew melon!


Week 37: Baby boy is about 6 pounds and is the size of a winter melon!


Week 38:  My lil pumpkin is about 6.5 pounds and is the size of a pumpkin!


How am I feeling?

Tired, out of breath, anxious and very irritable. Lack of sleep will do that to you. My work load hasn’t slowed down either and at the same time I have been working on a list of recurring tasks and instructions in order to prepare my team mates for my maternity leave. They have all been so helpful and supportive to me and I feel like we really bonded in the end. I bought them some parting gifts (wine and champagne) to show my appreciation for all of their help during and before my leave.

My brain also feels foggy at times and its becoming hard to think and focus. And did I mention how tired I am??? My feet are also very swollen. None of my shoes fit and I have sciatica in my upper right leg. Fun! These are the last few weeks of my pregnancy so all this discomfort is just par for the course and will be over very soon! Yippeee!

Weight Gained:

20 pounds (I actually lost a few pounds) I read that it’s normal to drop a few pounds right before you give birth so I am taking that as a good sign. I am relieved that I only gained twenty pounds! That shouldn’t be hard to lose. My doctor told me that I would gain 35 pounds so I thought I would be bigger and weigh more. I can’t imagine carrying all that extra weight.

Belly and Baby Movement:

My baby is kicking and rolling around like crazy but that’s good. I managed to capture some cool videos of my belly rolls.

Belly Button – In or Out?

It’s out!

Pregnancy/Delivery Concerns?

I had another ultrasound at week 36 and my doctor told me that my boy was measuring bigger than average by just a pound. According to their calculations, he should weigh 9 pounds by the time he is born and I am still set to deliver naturally. Mama was a little scared. I just can’t imagine popping out a nine pound baby! I’m afraid that it is going to be painful and am also fearful of complications.

I talked to some of my co-workers whom I am close with and my friends about it and they have all been very encouraging. I also keep telling myself that the doctor’s measurements could possibly be off by a pound or two so not to sweat it. Just go with the flow. I gave myself some mantras to follow so I could prepare myself mentally. That really helped.


Final Preparations

I took some time off one day a week to rest and prepare for my baby’s arrival. I found a great day care center and a good pediatrician that are both close to home. I got my free breast pump from my insurance company and all of my breast feeding supplies ready. I packed mine and my baby’s hospital bag. Oscar and I did a big grocery shopping at Costco and stocked the fridge and we also prepared some delicious food to store in the freezer. We made sauces, soups, muffins, frittatas and casseroles.

Oh and I also prepared a really cute gift basket for the labor and delivery nurses. I filled it with chocolates, breakfast bars, oatmeal cookies, and coffee and tea. I didn’t get to take a photo of it but I was very pleased with the presentation and it was definitely a big hit with the hospital staff! I would recommend that if you have the time to do so. There are some adorable ideas that you can snag from pinterest. Here are some links:

We also relaxed and had some fun. We went to some festivals, attended our good friend’s wedding and went to see a movie. Looking back, I think I was able to balance out the relaxation and last minute prep work during my final weeks while we waited for our son’s arrival.  

I tried to get my house cleaned professionally one last time, the dog’s groomed, and to meet with a photographer for a newborn photo shoot but it didn’t happen beforehand. My lil guy came a week earlier than expected and that was OK with me! Fortunately, we were able to catch up with all that stuff when we returned from the hospital. Well at least Oscar did while I recovered and I am so thankful. You can never be prepared enough for a newborn and sometimes you just have to go with the flow and re-prioritize. 

That’s all folks! Stay tuned for my delivery story and 3 week check-in 🙂


Baby Dominguez: Weeks 33, 34 and 35

Hello! Hello! I hope that you have been enjoying my pregnancy posts. I look forward to posting about my baby shower, nursery and delivery very soon! As I type this my baby boy is sleeping in his bassinet. He was born on April 1, 2017 (which is why I haven’t posted in a while). I look forward to sharing my delivery story on the blog very soon!

Oscar and I were very busy getting our home prepared during these weeks. We had our baby shower and set up the nursery. Oscar rearranged the office to make it an office/guest room and cleaned out the garage so we could store all of the diapers and wipes we received at the shower. I cleared out the guest bathroom to make room for all of baby Dominguez’s medicine and bath time products and washed all of his newborn baby clothes. Whew! It was a lot of work but for a very exciting cause!

Baby’s Growth:

Week 33: Baby is about 4 pounds and is the size of a pineapple!

This photo was taken at my baby shower while I was channeling my inner Beyonce 😀

Week 34: Baby is about 4.5 pounds and is the length of a butternut squash!

That’s a HUGE belly!!

Week 35:  Baby is 5 pounds and is about the size of a coconut!

week 35

How am I feeling?

I am feeling much better now that I’ve got my anemia under control. I haven’t had many other pregnancy symptoms and I feel pretty good. I am just very tired the bigger my belly gets and am easily out of breath.

Once in a while I do feel some tightness in my upper belly area. I am not sure if it’s from the baby moving, or if its gas, or if it’s my uterus contracting from Braxton Hicks. My Doctor said that it’s nothing to worry about. I am not a high risk pregnancy and as long as the tightening sensation doesn’t last over an hour, everything is fine. When that happens I just get up and walk around and it goes away.

Leaning and bending over really stinks so I squat when I have to pick something up off the floor. At least I am getting some kind of workout, right? I am also feeling some plantar fasciitis in my feet so I try not to put too much pressure on them.

Weight Gained:

23 pounds

Belly and Baby Movement:

My baby is kicking and rolling around like crazy and that’s good. I hope he is just as active outside the womb as he is on the inside. He is especially active at night when Momma is resting and during meetings at work.  My belly has become quite the spectacle during our staff meetings as my coworkers are getting a kick out of watching it move from side to side. It’s funny and kinda weird at the same time.

Belly Button – In or Out?

It’s popping out just a little bit 🙂 I guess that means he almost done! LOL!

Pregnancy Related Purchases?

I bought some nursing bras and tanks from Target along with some sandals and comfy PJ’s for my hospital bag. I also purchased the brest friend nursing pillow.  I was very impressed with Target’s selection of comfy lounge wear. If you need a place to shop for your hospital bag I would recommend Target. It was a one-stop shop for all of my hospital bag purchases.


I love how people tell me to get as much sleep as I can since I won’t be getting any when the baby arrives. I wish I could but it’s very hard when you have a big ole belly and can’t get comfy. It’s soooo not fair!! Oh well. I have no idea what my sleep schedule will be with a new baby in the house but I will be so relieved to have my body back and be able to sleep in a more comfortable position even if it’s only two to three hour stretches at a time.

Last visit to OB/GYN:

Everything looks good. I am very reassured that everything is coming along smoothly and on schedule.

Looking forward to:

  • Meeting my little man!!!
  • Having my body back
  • Enjoying a beer or a cocktail

Morning Glory Muffins

Hello! Hello! And Happy Saturday! As I type up this post, I am wishing you all a happy and glorious weekend ahead full of fun and some relaxation 🙂

My morning started at 4am thanks to some very excitable and protective doggies 😦 They like to bark at things in the night. It could be a cat, a lizard, a shady looking leaf…whatever. If it comes too close to the house they will sing you the song of their people. Usually we close the living room blinds before bed but someone forgot (not gonna name names here…..Oscar!). Oh well. I go to bed super early these days so I don’t mind getting up early on the weekends.

Today marks week 38 of my pregnancy!! Gaahhh! My doctor said that our little bub could arrive anytime. That’s exciting news to this Mama to be’s ears. I’ve got my bags packed, car seat installed, bassinet and nursery room set up. Now all I have to do is be patient. In the meantime, I am going to keep myself busy this weekend by preparing some freezer-friendly meals to have on hand when our little bundle arrives and Mom and Dad are too tired to cook.

This morning I made some morning glory muffins for the first time and they came out pretty good. I adapted the recipe from my No Excuses Detox Cookbook by one of my favorite food bloggers the Detoxinista. I love her recipes and meals! She uses minimal simple ingredients and her recipes are easy to follow and healthy.


As soon as they cool off I am putting them in the freezer (before I eat them all) for breakfast or a quick snack in between breast feedings.


Makes 18 muffins


  • 2 large ripe bananas (mashed)
  • 3/4 cups of coconut flour
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of organic sugar
  • 1/4 cup of melted coconut oil
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract 
  • 1/2 cup of apple sauce
  • 1 tsp of cinnamon
  • 1 tsp of baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp of fine sea salt
  • 1/2 cup shredded unsweetened coconut
  • 1/2 cup raisins (I used dates)
  • 1 1/2 cups matchstick carrots
  • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a muffin tin with baking cups.
  2. In a large bowl, combine the mashed bananas, coconut flour, eggs, sugar, coconut oil, vanilla, apple sauce, cinnamon, baking soda, sea salt, and shredded coconut.
  3. Stir well and then fold in the carrots, raisins (or dates), and walnuts until combined.
  4. Scoop into a muffin tin sprayed with cooking spray or lined with liners and sprinkle top of muffins with extra granulated sugar.
  5. Bake until toothpick or butter knife comes out clean for approximately 22-25 minutes.

    Things I’m Loving This Week

    Hello everyone! And hello spring!

    I am so enjoying this gorgeous weather and feeling so grateful that I don’t have to spend the last weeks of my pregnancy in the hot summer heat.

    I am also grateful that my baby boy is healthy and in his optimal fetal position (head-down) for birth! I am currently at 37.5 weeks and am feeling anxious, excited and nervous each passing day. In the meantime, I am practicing my calming and assuring labor mantras and enjoying the last days of work!

    Speaking of gratitude, I wanted to take some time to list some of the wonderful things that I’ve encountered this week that have made me smile.

    Cherry Blossom Trees

    I had no idea that Palm Beach had Cherry Blossom trees!! I went to grab a bite to eat from the Island Bee and since it was a gorgeous day, I thought I would eat my lunch in the nearby park. Low and behold as I walked up to the park entrance, I noticed a gorgeous row of Cherry Blossom trees! I had never seen them before and have always wanted to. I thought I would have to go to Washington D.C or Japan to see them but nope they are here in the same Town where I work! Ahhh!! I snapped a bunch of photos and then sat down on a bench to eat my lunch while marveling at the spectacular trees. The weather was cool and breezy so there were some pollen and petals floating in the air around them. It was truly magical! 🙂


    Chai Moments Chai Tea Lattes

    I haven’t had any desire for coffee but I do drink it from time to time out of necessity. My nights are pretty restless and uncomfortable with this big ole belly in addition to multiple trips to the bathroom. Plus allowing an overly affectionate doggy sleep next to you doesn’t help either. But I digress….

    Lately I’ve been enjoying a warm cup of Masala Tea from Tea India Chai Moments. It’s got the perfect blend of cinnamon, cardamon, cloves and other spices. I picked up a few boxes at an Asian Festival that took place over the weekend. One in each flavor: Ginger, Masala and Milk Tea. Each box contains 10 packets so I bring an extra one to work with me when I need my tea fix.


    Baby/Doggy Wraps

    MMmmpph…hahahaha! I couldn’t help myself and had to share this. My hubby and I were curious about how to use the baby wrap so we watched the video demo and decided to give it a try. As we were trying it on, a curious Guinness who was close by and whining for attention from his parents got placed in the wrap! Haha!! I just love my doggy’s expression. He looks so cute and funny being worn by his Dad.


    Power Pressure Cooker XL

    My husband and I finally caved into that dang infomercial and bought a pressure cooker. We got the 8 qt power pressure cooker XL which came with the copper chef pan and a veggie slicer.  We thought it would come in very handy for us with the baby coming and working full time. So far we have only cooked 2 meals but we were not disappointed. We cooked a whole chicken with sliced veggies using the chicken/meat setting then walked away and 40 minutes later it was done. The smell was amazing and the chicken was moist and fell right off the bone! So our first dinner was a success! We also used it to cook moros y cristianos (rice cooked in black beans). Honestly, the dish came out a little mushy and a little bland. The blandness can be fixed but next time we may just have to cook the beans separately or use less water. Sometimes you just gotta learn by trial and error. We still love our power pressure cooker and will keep it on our counter top.

    What I love is that we can use it to prepare Make-Ahead meals and that it’s a quick one-pot system where you can drop all of your ingredients in, walk away and then come back to a perfectly cooked meal with very little dishes to clean up. I also like that we don’t have to worry about thawing out our meats ahead of time. And you can make everything from soups, bread, casserole, meats, beans and lentils, steamed veggies and even breakfast bowls. It’s a huge help when you are busy and working full time. I can’t wait to use it more and will definitely share some recipes in the future!


    Baby Dominguez: Weeks 30, 31 and 32

    Hello my friends! As I type this, I am in Week 35 of my pregnancy. Crazy, right? Well at least to me it is. It feels like it was just the other day that I was announcing my pregnancy to everyone. Now I’ve got about four weeks to go!

    I feel great and am happy to be coming down the home stretch. I haven’t gotten HUGE but I am definitely uncomfortable. I am also very anxious to meet this little being that keeps moving around in my belly all the time!  🙂

    Baby’s Growth:

    Week 30: Baby is the length of a rutabaga!


    Week 31: Baby is the size of an eggplant!


    Week 32:  Baby is the length of an acorn squash!


    How am I feeling?

    Hmmm…let’s see….during these weeks I’ve had to deal with iron-deficient anemia, constant heartburn, and restlessness. I can deal with the heartburn and sleep issues but the anemia is something I have never had to deal with and has caught me by surprise.

    Anemia during pregnancy is common and it occurs when the body doesn’t have enough iron to produce adequate amounts of hemoglobin (the protein found in red blood cells). Hemoglobin is what carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. In iron-deficiency anemia, the blood cannot carry enough oxygen to the tissues throughout your body and it makes you feel weak and tired and low on oxygen.

    There are random times when I can feel my heart racing like I’ve had way too much caffeine. I also feel out of breathe, light-headed and fatigued.  I tried different Iron supplements that were prescribed by my OB/GYN and even a gentle over the counter one but they all made me nauseous so I would recommend that you be careful with iron supplements if you are  expecting. They can be very hard to digest.

    I informed my Dr. about the issues I was having with the supplements and they found a good one called VitaFOL Fe+ which is an all-in-one iron and pre-natal supplement that did not make me throw-up and I started feeling better within the week after taking them.

     Weight Gained:

    I have kept my weight gain pretty steady at 20 lbs. Every one tells me that I am tiny and that I am all belly which is good but I feel huge! I eat little meals and snack all the time so I know my lil baby should be gaining a half pound to a pound a week right now and is well fed 🙂


    I am no longer able to do yoga so I just continue with my walks and do some light stretching during the day. I also got a pre-natal massage. Man was that a treat!

    I miss working out but I feel so big and my balance is off. I also have no desire to hit the gym when I know that I can just go for a walk outside. The weather is gorgeous right now so I am taking full advantage.

    After the baby is born and my Dr. gives me the green light, my plan is to workout a couple times a week in the gym and work out at home. I also can’t wait to go for walks with my son in the stroller or in my baby wraps and the hubs and the dogs 🙂

    I don’t want to put any pressure on myself to get back into shape immediately. I want to bond with my son and enjoy my maternity leave. I am a healthy eater and I enjoy exercise but now I’ll just have a different reason and motivation for staying in shape. So I can raise a healthy and active boy 👦⚽⚾🏀🏈🏄🎣
    Belly and Baby Movement:

    Baby D is always on the move! Especially at night. He must be having a dance party in there or something.

    Belly Button In or Out?


    Top concerns:

    Finding a good day care and a pediatrician.


    Hahahaha!! What is that??

    Thoughts about my son:

    I keep fantasizing about my son being this perfect little being who sleeps through the night and doesn’t get too fussy and is happy all the time. I hope that is his temperament most of the time but you never know so we will just have to wait and see.

    Looking forward to:

    Taking my maternity leave for 12 weeks!! 🙌👶🍼☕👍😄

    Baby Dominguez: Weeks 27, 28 and 29

    Baby’s Growth:

    Week 27: Baby is the length of a rutabaga


    Week 28: Baby is the size of an eggplant!









    Week 29:  Baby is the length of an acorn squash!


    How am I feeling emotionally?

    Week 27: Relaxed and Happy 🙂

    Week 28: Relaxed and Happy 🙂

    Week 29: Relaxed and Happy 🙂

    These past few weeks have been very pleasant. The weather has been gorgeous so I’ve been doing a lot of walking outside during work and with my pooches at home. I feel so fortunate that I haven’t had any major complications with my pregnancy and that my baby is healthy. I am also grateful that I have a supportive husband and family. My friends are amazing and so is my job! I think all of these things are so important for a healthy pregnancy.

    Thoughts about Labor and Delivery:

    I am trying to ready myself mentally for labor and delivery. I’ve been watching YouTube videos about the stages of labor so I know what’s going on inside my body.

    I took a Breastfeeding and Newborn Care Combo class at the hospital where I will be delivering. I also took a tour of our hospital’s birthing suite.

    I also found some great content on Lucie’s List about natural birth and infant care.

    Over the past seven months I’ve been focusing on keeping my baby healthy in the womb. I still am of course, but now I’ve got to educate myself on how to take the best possible care of my little man once he arrives into this world. Fortunately, I have experience as a nanny to a 3 month-old. Her name was Juliet and I took care of her from 3 months to a year. I learned about swaddling, feeding, tummy time, the importance of a routine and a sleep schedule. She was a great baby and I took care of her like she was my own.

    I know all babies are different and have different needs but I know that I will be able to apply the things I’ve learned from my nanny experience to my baby.

    Weight Gained:

    I’ve gained another 3 pounds over the past few weeks so that means I’ve gained a total of 20 lbs! I should be gaining a pound a week until the baby comes.


    I hit the third trimester mark!! Woot woot!!!

    Thoughts about my baby:

    I think about him all the time! What’s he going to look like. What is he going to be like as  a baby? Will he like the sleepers and the pack n’ play that I picked out for him? Will I be able to breast feed him or will he need formula?  Will he be a good sleeper like his Daddy or a fussy and stubborn sleeper like his Mom?

    Top concerns:

    Balancing work, motherhood and marriage. Obviously Motherhood is my top priority. My work day ends at 5 so I am going to dedicate the time afterwards to bond with my son on the days I have to work until he goes to sleep and then catch up with the hubs afterwards. Some days or weeks are very stressful at work but I have to mentally leave work at work and when I am home be home with my husband and baby.


    Hearing his heartbeat during my doctor visits, feeling him move inside my tummy, and rubbing my belly as I sing him a lullaby. I also get excited when I visit his nursery. I’ve purchased a glider and a changing table so I love to visually imagine what it’s going to like in there once I get more stuff for the baby and my shower gifts.


    Last visit to OB/GYN:

    I had a great visit at my last check-up and I got a negative test result for gestational diabetes. Woo hoo!

    Looking forward to:

    My baby shower!





    Baby Dominguez: Weeks 24, 25 and 26

    Second Trimester: In addition to my weekly pregnancy update, I am going to talk about dealing with work stress while pregnant, starting a registry and healthy remedies for heartburn issues related to pregnancy.

    Baby’s Growth:

    Week 24: Baby is the length of an eggplant!


    Week 25: Baby is the size of a baseball glove!


    Week 26:  Baby is the length of a butternut squash!


    How am I feeling?

    I am feeling pretty good except everything I eat gives me heartburn 😦 I eliminated coffee and chocolate from my diet which helped a lot. And a friend of mine gave me a recipe concoction for heartburn which is just a glass of water mixed with a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (ACV) and let me tell you it has worked wonders!! ACV has so many healing benefits and powerful compounds that aid in acid reflux, lower blood pressure, improve diabetes, and support weight loss. It’s a remedy for just about everything! Here is an interesting article if you are curious about learning more:
    20 unique uses for ACV.


    There was one day where I must have contracted a GI bug because I threw up everything I ate! It was miserable. I was starving but couldn’t eat or else I would throw up. Luckily it lasted only 24 hours so I made sure to drink lots of water and fluids and got lots of rest.


    Weight Gained:

    I have only gained one pound these past few weeks which means I’ve gained a total of 17 pounds. My baby is getting bigger and bigger each week and I can actually feel my stomach stretching.

    Pregnancy and Work:

    These past few weeks have been a little rough. Two out of the three people in my department have been out unexpectedly with medical issues this month and this happens to be the busiest time of year for our department. Fortunately, other staff members have helped out tremendously but I have been heavily burdened with taking over some of the more specialized tasks that my boss handles while dealing with my already heavy work load.Working late hours and under high stress is no fun when you are exhausted and pregnant!

    The most important thing is that my co-workers are doing fine and they were able to come back to work after the New Year. I am glad that I was healthy enough to get us through the holidays and hold down the fort while they were out.

    I coped with the stress by rubbing my tummy and humming a little melody to my baby anytime I felt bad. I would also take some time for myself and go for walks in the afternoon and late evening after work. At night, I would sing Christmas songs and practice singing lullabies to my little man while I lay in bed because I read that he can hear my voice so I would sing him some soothing melodies before bedtime. Here is a good article that I read that helped me cope with work stress: Work Stress During Pregnancy.


    My husband and I were able to feel our baby’s first kick together. We were laying on the couch one morning on the weekend watching a soccer match and the baby was really active so I placed his hands on my tummy. He love it and was so excited. I am so glad that he can feel his movements and join in on the fun 🙂


    We got a crib!! My mother bought it for me as a gift. It’s a convertible crib that converts to a toddler bed and a twin bed as the baby gets older.I think it’s perfect!


    Nesting Situation:

    My husband and I have been getting rid of a lot of stuff in our house. Right after the holidays, we cleaned out the office, garage, bathrooms, and old guest room (which is now the nursery) so I’ve been able to visualize and prepare the baby’s room which makes me very happy 🙂

    We also went to buy buy Baby and started a registry. The staff there was so helpful to us. They helped us pick out a stroller and offered their suggestions on other useful nursery items like white noise machines, types of baby bottles, a diaper genie and other baby gear. They also gave me a swag bag with free samples and coupons which was really nice. We also registered on and have been getting a lot of good recommendations from friends. Lucie’s List has also been very helpful to me recommended baby products and registry basics when I do my online research 🙂

    Thoughts about my baby:

    I had a dream about my little man! In my dream I was home cooking dinner and he just appeared in my life so I fed him, changed his diaper and soothed him back to sleep. I remember holding him in my arms and feeling him fall asleep on my shoulder and he telepathically told me that he loves me and thanked me for taking for taking such good care of him. It was such a wonderful dream. I feel like we have already met so now I am just waiting to get more acquainted with little man after he arrives.

    Top concerns:

    I really don’t have too many concerns right now. Everyone has been so supportive to me throughout my pregnancy. My family, friends and co-workers and even strangers. Sometimes I get a little overwhelmed when I think of everything I have to do at home and at work to get ready for baby but I am just trying to take it one week at a time and go at my own pace.


    My husband, family, friends and my doggies are my greatest joys. They bring so much happiness and positivism to my life that I don’t know what I would do without them.

    One of my Mama friends recently gave me all of her professional and casual maternity wear! I was so grateful. This makes getting ready in the morning so much easier for me. I’ve got plenty of options now for dresses, pants and tops and I don’t have to go buying all these maternity clothes for myself now which is nice because they are expensive. I love it when Mamas help out other Mamas and I look forward to returning the favor.


    We have some names picked out but I don’t think I will know for sure until I see my baby after delivery. I will tell you that so far my husband and I are a fan of names that start with the letter “M”.

    Last visit to OB/GYN:

    I was told that Baby is a half pound over the average size/weight of babies around this time in their gestational age. I don’t know why that it is but I don’t think that’s too bad.  I think that every pregnancy is different and my baby is just the size he needs to be.

    I took a glucose test to see how I digest sugar and to test for gestational diabetes. I will know the results in five business days. Normally I would be very worried because I am a worrier but worrying doesn’t do anything so I am going to just wait. I feel like everything is fine but I look forward to hearing the results. I will take any action necessary in order to ensure mine and my baby’s health.

    Looking forward to:

    Putting up the Christmas tree, listening to Christmas songs, baking some goodies and to next year at Christmas where there will be a little person crawling around the house wearing Christmas onesies!

    Final Thoughts:

    As I am nearing the end of my second trimester, it seems like my pregnancy is going by so fast. My baby will be here very soon and it won’t be about me taking care of him in my belly anymore. He will be here in my home living and breathing and depending on me and his Dad for survival. I have all the faith in the world that my hubs and I will take good care of our little bundle. I have never been so ready for something in my entire life.