On the Bachelor:
-Jillian's family was SO cute! I wanted to go hang out with them! Jason fit in really well and I think she is my current front runner.
-Melissa's family let her down...especially her brother. Obviously her parents are really private (and a little weird) if they don't even know her friends, but her brother could have been there for her. I think it will come down to her and Jillian in the end...we'll see.
-Molly's family had some weird moments, but overall seemed to go well. Jason is a little goofy at times too so I don't think it freaked him out. I think she is gorgeous and sweet, but I think she is the least mature and ready for motherhood of the 3 left.
-Naomi...oh, poor Naomi! Her family was just out there, from one extreme to the other. I thought she would be the one to go and was glad she was, although she seems like a nice girl.
On my life:
-I had another ultrasound today to check out if my placenta has moved. It was "low-lying" at the 20 week ultrasound (which basically means no high-impact aerobics or running...good thing I don't do that when I pregnant anyway!), so we'll see what the doc says in a few days. Preston is definitely a boy! I asked the technician to double check for me (better safe than sorry, and we haven't painted anything yet!) and we both saw "it" plain and clear. She asked if I wanted a picture and I politely refused :-), although I did get another of his little profile.
-I did get some pictures of the girls today, but I have been tired lately. I think I may have mono...probably not, but I seriously feel like I could sleep all day everyday and since my insomnia has been cured I guess I'll just blame it on baby growing.
-Addie continues to refuse to wear her pink glitter shoes, which I don't understand at all. She'll only wear her little red loafers. It will be interesting to see what she moves on to once those are too small (and the time is getting near).
-And lastly, as I was leaving the hospital today I was walking out behind a couple. The woman was quite pregnant and her husband was wearing a T-shirt that read on the back, "I apologize in advance for staring at your boobs." I found this both hilarious and shocking (and important enough that I quickly wrote it down when I got to the car so I wouldn't forget). It is one thing that the man even owns the shirt in the first place, it is quite another that he wore it to his wife's (or girlfriend's) appointment! She's got a keeper :-)!