Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Cray-Cray Penguin Time

So, I bawled for thirty minutes straight watching
Princess and the Frog on Disney Junior.

Also managed to cry for the entire
"Thousand Years (Part Two)"
song while listening to Pandora.

Yep, pregnant.

And cray-cray.

Well, at least I'm just emotional
and not homicidal, right?

See, positive thoughts!

Side note, apparently you should never, ever run
across any sort of distance as a pregnant lady.
Even a parking lot.
Because, man, do your hips hurt.
And man, does it make you waddle.
IIIIIT'S PENGUIN TIME.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Baby Ninja

I can't really remember any exact date that I began to feel the little man moving.  I seriously am not a 100% sure even now if it's me being gassy (pregnancy is elegance to the extreme) or what's him having a dance party.  Either way, I like to think that it's all him.

However, I do know the day that Brad felt him the first time.  It was the 22nd of December, the day after Brad's birthday, a Saturday.  Brad and I were getting ready for bed and were in the bathroom just talking when Brad felt my stomach.  And, WHA-BAM.  Brad felt him kick!  It was epic.

Now the baby (or my gas, either way) moves CONSTANTLY.  He even karate kicked the heartbeat monitor at our last check-up.

Pretty sure he's going to be a ninja.

He also has kicked Brad when we've hugged multiple times, which is always funny.  It won't be funny if he's still kicking his dad when his thirteen, but you know, it's mega-funny now!  When you're in the womb all things fly, I suppose.  No limits for you, kiddo.

Brad is now the king of finding this kid in my gut.  Brad will find him, poke him, and then the baby will move and Brad will start the process over again.  They're pretty much already BFFs.  They will be B&Gs, like biscuits and gravy.  And it will be magical.  Or maybe they'll just kick the crap out of each other Power Ranger style, either way.

Love at home, right!

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

So, My Husband Swordfights

So, since this is a "nerd love story" and all, here's something pretty nerdy.

My husband swordfights.

With PBC/duct tape/water noodle swords.

This has been something he's done ever since I first knew
him, but because him and his twin are married it's something
he hasn't done in a while.

Well, they reunited to tryout for a work talent show at the MTC.




Yeah, they're pretty cool!

I love that he swordfights.  He will be well-prepared for the zombie
apocalypse when the bullets run out.

Ahh, nerd love.  So magical.

(As a side note, I can verify that the previous post is indeed totally factual.)

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

My Second Post


So this is Bradley again hello Internet! Any way I am just posting a little something because as I said before I am the other half to this nerd love story that we have going on. So I was thinking of a story I could write about my lovely wife Heather and I thought of one that was just so nerdy. We like to play a online game together called League of Legends . One day while we were living in our old apartment we were playing a match against the AI that they have on the game just to get some practice in for Heather before we played real people.

Like the nerdy wife that she is Heather was asking me questions about the best way to build her champion Oriana to fight Fiddle Sticks the enemy AI she was laned up against. Little did she know my Brother had just showed up and I had let him in the door. So she was like, "Brad what is the best way to beat Fiddle Sticks? Magic resistance or armor?"  My twin just laughed because it was the funniest thing he had heard all day. Any way I love my wife so much because she is nerdy enough to play video games with me! Needless to say we won the match and we have won many since that time!

This is Oriana
This is Fiddle Sticks