Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas!!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Hope everyone is making awesome memories with there families!

The Anthony's

Monday, December 12, 2011

Our Baby Moon & 23 week update

     We are just cruising along over here…23 weeks…crazy how times flies!   

Kyle and I went on a weekend getaway…or as I call it, our “baby moon”.  Kyle had to be at a seminar in Knoxville for one night so we decided to make a long weekend out of it.  We stayed one night in downtown Knoxville and the rest of our weekend in Gatlinburg.  Knoxville was surprisingly fun!  We enjoyed a great little dinner downtown after Kyle’s work seminar.  It was a local little spot that was near the University so there was a good amount of college students there…made it fun.  I fit right in with my big ol’ belly! ;)

The next morning we drove up to Gatlinburg (the mountains) and that is where we spent the rest of the weekend.  We ate at a lot of great little places and did a lot of the touristy activities.  Over the 2 full days that we were there we visited a bunch of the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not attractions…aquarium, car museum, haunted house mini golf and a magic show.  We had a lot of fun and it was great to be able to spend time together. 

On our way to the mountains.


The view from our room.

The Aquarium.

Sunset from our room.

Magic Show!

Yeah..I made him get in! ;)


And...we got stuck for 45 minutes in a parade of the way home.  Traffic both ways were just stopped totally...only in Tennessee!

  •  How far along? 23 1/2 weeks.
  • Total weight gain: Up 10ish lbs.
  • Maternity clothes?  Yes.
  • Stretch marks? Nope.
  • Sleep: Great.
  • Miss Anything? Nope…not yet.
  • Movement: Yes, a lot!!
  • Food cravings: Any sweets.
  • Food aversions: Nothing!
  • Gender: BOY.
  • Labor Signs: Nope.
  • Symptoms: Nothing at all.
  • Belly Button in or out? In.
  • Wedding rings on or off? On.
  • Looking forward to: Going to CA for Christmas.


 Fun baby fact (from pregnancy journal):
  This week your baby's eyelids will open, although he won't be able to see much because the womb is dark - it will get lighter as the skin stretches - and his visual range is limited until a few weeks after birth.