Now I am getting the random questions: do you know what it is, are you going to find out, when are you due, have you had an ultrasound yet, is this it, are there twins in there, etc. Kids who I had last quarter will pop into class unannounced congratulating me.
I know I talk a lot, but stuff like this makes me uncomfortable. I don't mind discussing horror stories with people about my kids or telling a funny story, but when it comes to "good news" I just don't want that attention. I even had my mother tell my sister because I just didn't want to do it.
For now, I am just letting it happen, but it will be nice to have the summer off so I don't have 90+ pairs of eyes watching me grow.
On another note: Thank you for your responses regarding Kate. I think I really thought I was the only child with a whiny child. It's not so much the whining, but her inability to do stuff on her own that is frustrating. I guess we just (naively) assumed that she would hop on a bike, want to play sports, and be 'tough' like her brother. I think it's also being magnified more because Olivia shows more independence already than Kate ever has. Wonder what the next baby will be like?!