Those little nudges in my belly that I thought were so cute have grown into full blown karate chops! Skittles almost took me out twice today during the newscast.
Thank goodness I wasn’t on camera when it happened because it had me doubled over in pain. Can’t get mad at the kid though. Just 30 minutes before I was worried because I hadn’t felt him in several hours.
The Mom is Born Virtual Shower was yesterday! It was so much fun.
Look how I was greeted when I rolled up to Overlook Farm in Clarksville, MO.
The shower was held in one of the cottages on the 200 acre grounds.
The chefs and director went all out with the “R” because they know Skittles real name begins with an R.
They served Skittles and even made personalized sugar cookies. One read “Skittles” another “Bama Baby.”
And my mother in law Lynn, sister in law Christy and close friend Jill all came to participate in the Holding Hands bracelet ceremony. My good friend Afton from Channel 4 was there as well as friends Jill and Christy, all three of which who are pregnant, too.
The Holding Hands ceremony was so touching! Now we each have a birthing bracelet with beads that represent each other. Mine also has one from my mother in law, sister and mother and Zen Mommy and Practical Mommy. I will wear it into the delivery room so I can remember each of them and what their beads symbolize.
The online shower was so fun and such an eye opener. I could not believe 1200 people logged on and watched. I want to say thank you to the viewers and all the sponsors for the donations to the March of Dimes. You all helped raise more than $6500!!!!
Here’s a clip from the shower, if you couldn’t watch.
Until next time…seven weeks to go!!!!!! Seven weeks of duke it out in my belly!
Virginia Kerr is a morning news anchor on News 4. You can watch her Monday – Friday from 5AM to 7AM.