|Profile shot of our son|
"He" was not incredibly cooperative in getting measurements, etc., but the fact that the tech was able to say "boy parts" (as she put it) three separate times during the ultrasound makes me feel pretty confident. I asked her before we left the room if she felt confident that it is a boy, and she said that they can't guarantee 100%, but she thinks a boy is very likely.
So, the planning begins. We've already taught Evie how to say "brother." And the spare bedroom in our house, which will become the nursery, is already decorated for a boy. (The family that we bought our house from had a little girl and a little boy. Even before we had kids, we always referred to the rooms as either the "little girl's room" or the "little boy's room." Ironic that we had the same gender of kids in the order that we chose to use the spare rooms!)
It's a little underwhelming to know that it's a boy, but to now have to wait another 20 weeks to meet him. If it goes as quickly as the past 15 weeks have, hopefully it will be here before we know it. :)
In other news, I leave tomorrow for Panama!! I had a great idea a month ago to line up some bloggy friends to do some guest posts, but that fell through (due to my own poor planning) while I was in Spain. I'm not sure what my internet access will be in Panama, but I will post if I can. It's going to be a very different trip with a group of high school students, rather than a toddler.
I know I'm going to miss Evie (and M!) like crazy, but in some ways I'm looking forward to a little me time too. One other teacher (who is also a very good friend) is coming along, and I think we are going to have a great time. I can't wait to see the kids explore a new culture, and see another way to live in this world. I hope that they are able to learn a lot.
Hopefully I'll be in touch soon!!!