Monday, June 15, 2009

Wiffle Ball and Moving Tummy

The past week has been a real joy for me.  Alexis has been kicking a lot more and I can now see my belly move when she does.  I saw the first movement during our friend's wedding on June 6th.  The person sitting next to me saw it too!  It was the most amazing experience.  Since then, I am always looking at my belly when she is moving.  Daniel is able to feel the kicks a lot better now too.  I can honestly say that I absolutely LOVE being pregnant.  I really do.  Everyday I am more and more amazed at what God has blessed me with.  It truly is a miracle.  Daniel and I are really enjoying our Bradley classes.  We learn so much and we have a good time with our instructor and classmates.  

On Saturday, Daniel and his friends participated in our church's first Wiffle Ball Tournament.  Since Daniel was the only white guy on the team, they named their team "Token White Guy."  Daniel made shirts using a logo that my sister-in-law Lindsey designed.  They came out great.  It was a fun day.  The crowd chanted "Let's go white guy!" every time Daniel went up to bat.  I was laughing so hard!  Daniel was one of the few guys to hit a home run that day.  I'm so proud of my hubby!  Below are some pictures of the team and my belly at 24 weeks and 4 days.  Enjoy!

*Team Photo- Sorry ladies, the white one's mine!*
*Daniel at bat*
*My belly at 24 weeks, 4 days*


  1. Im so glad the team shirts came out good. I was glad to help. I cant wait to see you guys. We hope to give you a good taste of DC. P.S. sure cute belly.

  2. Sheesh- This was the hardest thing for me to figure out. Now I can leave a comment! Glad baby is doing well. Just wondering if we can call Daniel Token white guy? HAHAHHA

  3. Haha thats funny about Daniel.
    && I love your belly!Its so cute
    Il come visit soon
    I want to feel her kick too!

  4. Ann and Daniel you guys are so cute! I am still giggling a little over your inability to relax to Daniel's sweet words for mental relaxation. He gets a big star for his "out of his box" efforts. I am glad that you are enjoying the classes!