28 February 2009

Baby clothes are the cutest

Ryan took some pictures of his swollen ankle so everyone could marvel at it.  He has been patiently hopping along this week, trying to get some mobility back.  The bruising is pretty nasty, isn't it?  Impressive.We got a surprise gift for our baby this week.  Ryan teaches an English class for the parents of the kids at the elementary school, and the ladies of his class absolutely love him and love hearing about our baby.  They surprised Ryan with two adorable baby outfits.  We pretty much could not handle how CUTE the clothes were.  It's definitely going to be a struggle for us not to buy tons of cute clothes for the baby.  We went to Babies R Us today just to poke around, and saw baby Broncos jerseys on clearance- how could we pass that up??  We couldn't.  Our little guy now has a onesie that looks like a Broncos jersey, and when he gets to be about 18 months he can wear a Broncos shirt, pants, and hat.  Oh man.  Here is  a picture of one of the onesies from the moms in Ryan's class.Ryan can snuggle the baby clothes until we actually have a baby to put in them.
I hit 25 weeks yesterday.  Everyone says I hardly look pregnant at all.  I'm kind of at that awkward stage when most of my normal clothes are too small, and most of my maternity clothes are too big.  Most days, I wear t-shirts.  They kind of hide the baby bump.
Kind of.

Last night we had fish and chips at our Aussie/Kiwi friends' home.  Wow!  It was absolutely amazing.  Terina also fried up some pineapple and sweet potato slices.  What a feast.  Cameron showed us a couple of rugby games, because Ryan is into the same rugby team as Terina (the All Blacks, if you are a rugby fan.  Cameron likes the Wallabees).  I had never watched rugby before.  It is a rough sport.  I don't think I'll be playing it any time soon.  Maybe after I watch a few more games, I'll get the hang of the rules.  It took me ages to understand football.


Stacey said...

Holy Crap! Talk about a cankle! I hope you feel better soon Ryan! Kara- there is a girl back in CA that I grew up with who is petite like you and until she was 7 months she basically looked like she had an elongated football under her shirt. All of the sudden her stomach just poped! Here is a link to her blog so you can compare http://trimmellfamily.blogspot.com/

Sue said...

We have that baby shirt too! I Mom bought it for us.