I've seen this meme on a few other blogs, and really liked it. I cheated a little bit though, some of my first sentences were lame, so I went with the second instead.
January: Last night we were quite boring, and went over to some friends' house to play pinochle (It's a rough game!). So instead I'll tell you about my favorite New Year's Eve celebrations.
February: Not much news on the Phred front - although I did have my first OB appointment last week.
March: Had my 14 week appointment today (14w4d).
April: We had our "big" ultrasound today, and found out we're having a ..... baby!
May: One of the things that I did know might happen was the separation of my abdominal muscles.
June: I'm still contracting like it's going out of style (this is one uterus that damn well better be able to handle labor, with all the practice it's getting!)
July: My contractions have calmed down quite a bit - every now and again I'll get a bout of them, but they're never closer together than 10 minutes anymore, and for the most part they're an hour + apart.
August: As I mentioned, since reading "Natural birth the bradley way", I've also read a couple of other books on the topic of delivery, and more specifically, the things that your doctors don't necessarily tell you ("The thinking woman's guide to a better birth", and "The silent knife" about C-sections and VBAC.
September: I can't tell you all how much your support has meant to me - your good wishes and thoughts leading up to my c-section, and congratulations on Ant's birth have been so appreciated, even though I haven't been able to tell you so individually.
October: Here's [redacted] another pic of my babe, wearing a Polo outfit someone gave us.
November: I played in my first ice hockey game today.
December: I am in a pissy mood.
I hope that 2007 brings only good things to each and every one of you!