I think they call it “nesting”

And I want it to last for the rest of my life.

Our apartment is outrageously clean. All of our clothes, towels, blankets, mats, rugs, and rags have been washed, folded and put away. All of the dishes are done. The floor has been vacuumed, swept, and mopped. There are fresh cookies in the kitchen.

Moving on to funny things.

I get weekly email updates from Baby Center about pregnancy, babies, and other stuff I honestly don’t read. These email updates include illustrations of what my baby “looks” like for that week. A few weeks ago, I opened my email and was greeted by this hilariously disturbing illustration:

I’m speechless. I have no idea why they thought to represent a baby at 19 weeks like that.

This is the illustration for this week:

I think this child looks a lot more comfortable. Apparently from 19 to 22 weeks, the child gets positioning figured out. Though, it does look a little like a mummy pose to me.

  • Smiley_miss

    that poor baby looks like its folded in half :S