If you look closely, you can see that the baby is lying on its back, the super-huge head is on the left and you can see arms and legs and even the embryonic tail! (yes, my child has a tail... for now) So since the baby was a lot bigger than last time, they got a better measurement and estimated my due date to now be November 8th. I updated the ticker at the top :)
Wednesday night was skit night at school. Every year, the graduating PT class creates/videotapes skits relating to funny things that happened over the past 3 years, or lightly making fun of each other and our wonderful faculty and staff. This year was rumored to be the best ever... we were pretty good! :) Maybe once I get the DVD I can post some of the funnier videos so you can get a better idea.
Friday morning we headed to Noblesville, Indiana (our future home) to pick out all the tiny details of our new house! Carpet, tile, cabinets, faucets, fixtures... it all had to be done. I think we did a pretty good job, and were VERY efficient! I tried really hard to be decisive and not just say "I don't know... what do you think?"
Starting Sunday night, my run-through week has started! This is the 3rd year for the Washington University Med School Musical and it is a blast! This year we're performing Bye Bye Birdie (with a modern twist) and we open on Thursday night. It's a little bit complicated by the fact that this is also my last week of school (EVER!) and I'm trying to get last minute projects and presentations finished. Yikes! I'll close with a couple of more pictures...
PT08 class photo in Forest Park
William and I with our friends Kassie (a classmate of mine) and her fiance Clint at skit night
Skit night: PT08 and faculty/staff that were there that night