My parents and my younger brother came for a visit this weekend and my mom is quite excited. She said she needed to see the bump, "in person".
My brother called it a beer gut. Stay classy San Diego. I also had to advise my bro on not asking women if they are pregnant. Ever. Not a good idea unless they are, like 9 months preggers.
Mom also showed up with a diaper bag full of baby goodies. She said she couldn't help herself. I am not about to complain. Let the spoiling begin!
I am officially in maternity clothes today. I've been squeezing into to regular clothes that had extra room and/or using the Bella Band but the pants situation reached it's max. I also received a few top via the mailbox thanks to online shopping. I'm wearing maternity head to toe and I have already gotten a few comments about how I'm "glowing". Ha. It's called maternity clothes and now it's just apparent.
Kind of a bummer that Memorial day weekend was pretty soggy. We weren't able to take the boat out due to the weather but we enjoyed various other activities around DFW. We tried our hand at Craft and Growler in Dallas and advanced our beer education - well everyone else did, I ate pretzels. We also hit up the ever popular Ft. Worth Stockyards and the oldest bar, ever, The White Elephant - no Chuck Norris sighting. Come on, Walker Texas Ranger anyone? But seriously, this bar opened in 1884! Talk about some cool history in a joint.
But to remember why we all had a lovely Monday off.
We can never show enough gratitude to those who gave the greatest sacrifice of all. As frustrating as the media, political drama and the unimportant things like Kim Kardashian's outfit can be, we still live in one of the greatest countries in the world and it's protected by our past, present and future soldiers who sign over their lives to serve the United States of America and all of us. Thank you.