Pregnancy Week 26: Baby #2

It has been a minute since I last updated about my pregnancy with little T. I'm currently 26 weeks and 5 days along and I am ready for summer to be over. I'm over it! The heat is kicking my butt and I can not even begin to phantom how women in third trimester survive in the summer time. It sucks! I applaud you! The past week has been absolutely miserable for me. The temperatures have been rather high, anywhere from 88 degrees to today's high which was 100. =/ Yikes! I can't wait for the weather to cool down. I'm hoping it's any day now. Besides, fall is so much better then the summer in my opinion. Fall is my favorite season. Tomorrow I'll officially have 3 months (93 more days) until Little Bean's arrival on November 17th and I have a feeling that September and October are going to fly bye. Trevor and I are still a little unsure about our birth plan though. The hospital where I will be delivering allows VBAC's and I am currently weighing the pros and cons of having another C-section or going for a VBAC.  Monday we meet with my new OB to talk about our options and what's best for my body and for baby T. If we decide to go with the C-section again hopefully we can schedule it that day so we know for sure what day our second little prince will arrive. I am starting to get antsy and I am ready to meet this little guy that gives me horrible heartburn and keeps me up at night with his dance parties. I have a feeling that he will be a night owl when he does arrive, which makes me cringe a little bit. I am going to miss sleeping. Activity wise he moves a lot but not as much as Amari did. This week did kick off the belly-jiggle movements which kind of freaked Amari out a bit but made him smile. Stinker is so cute, he is excited about being a big brother. Every morning he gives my tummy kisses and says hi to his little brother. One morning a few weeks ago he even tried to give baby T milk from his sippy cup. =]
So far, Little T is 13 to 14 inches tall, weights around 1.5 to 2.5 pounds, and is the size of lettuce. Baby boy is getting big!