We've been going to Lamaze classes.
The good thing about a passionate teacher is you learn a lot.
The bad thing is that they like to talk. A LOT.
The first class I thought we'd be breathing and busy. But we sat and listened for 3 hours. I almost went stir crazy with nothing in my hands.
Fool me once.
Last week I wove in the ends on Wiggle's Sweater.
Your eyes do not deceive you. That's three colors on US3's.
Now I just need to find the time to sew on the buttons.
OpArt continues, but the difference between a blanket with 20 stripes and 18 stripes is not that exciting.
I finally started another project. Here's a peak.
It's supposed to look like that.
It's a knit of my own design. With 5 different colors. At least it's on US8's! Now if I could find the time and energy to knit.
My computer had a catastrophic encounter with chicken noodle soup a few months ago. Sadly, it seems to have finally seeped it's way to something important. I have no idea when I'll post again! I've commandered Partner's computer for a brief update.
I'll leave you with the latest Wiggle WIP. Start of Week 35 this past Monday!
I admit that I actually love being pregnant. But I'd also like to be able to bend at the waist, sleep through the night, not have swollen ankles, not get stuck when trying to walk between two cars, or feel like a beached whale. But really, there is something pretty awesome about feeling the baby move. :)