Monday, July 18, 2005

Progress

Well, I have a couple of progress notes to add. I aimed to get done with the fourth repeat of the front of the Aran. I got about half way through the fourth. I might be able to get done with it tonight, which is technically Monday, so my goal will be reached. I am at this moment running short on yarn - not for the sweater - I have lots, but for the stash in my purse. Therefore, I can't do too much today before I get home. For some reason I can no longer get my pics off my camera, so no pics.

Baby progress. I felt it move yesterday evening. I tried to let my husband feel it, but he couldn't. I felt it once or twice when he had his hand on me, but he didn't feel it - I don't know if the movements were not strong enough or if his hand was in the wrong place, or both. It still doesn't feel real to me for some reason. Also our hand me down crib was delivered Saturday. It isn't set up or anything, yet, but... I will have to reconstruct my fiber room/guest room to make room for baby. I have no idea what I will do with it all. I don't have a huge stash, but that room has a lot of junk in it - fiber related and not. I really do have to work on it someday. Maybe labor day weekend if it is not too hot. Otherwise, it might wait until the four day Thanksgiving Day weekend. (Cutting it a bit close, but...)

2 comments:

LeAnne said...

Hi Jenni, Hope you are well! Hey, can you dig back to find Deb Acuda's blog or email? I can't seem to find it. She is the one who staged that yarn swap. I want to make sure I go to the fall one!

Jenifer said...

Hi Jenni -- good luck in your pregnancy! No matter how many kids you have, I think every pregnancy deserves to be experienced and appreciated. Sounds like you're doing just that! As for the Denver altitude ... as far as I know (and I'm not qualified) the altitude doesn't do anything to enhance or exaggerate hay fever ... I have bad hay fever end of June/ early July usually, and it's already passed this year. My mother, who is asthmatic, escaped Texas partially because her asthma was better here. But maybe that's the pollen in the air? Go look at my friend Amy's blog "knit it yourself" if you want to pose her your question -- she's a nurse midwife, and maybe would know. Good luck! Jenifer http://knittingat5337.blogdrive.com