In two months and some change, Kail and I will become parents to our very own diplobaby boy. We’re so excited and already in love with this little person we have yet to meet.I can’t even explain what my happiness has felt like throughout my pregnancy. (I mean, I could make an attempt, given that I’m trying to be a writer and all, but it’s just too hard right now what with pregnancy brain.)I love being pregnant. I know it’s not over yet, and I could be jinxing myself as I type these very words, but I have felt great throughout my pregnancy. Minus some exhaustion early on, which I didn’t know was pregnancy-related and thought was just because of work, I have not had any bad symptoms or complications. ***Knocks on wood***.I mean no morning sickness or food aversions, still sleeping relatively well, and lots of energy to exercise — I ran regularly through more than half of my pregnancy, and I’ve kept up with spinning, Body Pump, and yoga to date. I know there’s time yet for heartburn, swelling, and other discomforts to develop, but I am so grateful I’ve had it easy for the first seven months.It probably helps that I only worked through 11 weeks of my pregnancy, followed by two months of home leave vacation. And since I returned to Amman several weeks ago, I’ve been in full nesting mode.Painting the nursery. (It looks really bright but it’s not that crazy especially in the context of dark laminate flooring, brown closet doors, and dark wood furniture.)La Vie Overseas is about to get a whole lot more exciting! I’m going to take this thing from travel blog to adventures in parenting abroad. Or — also a possibility — several months will elapse before I write again and/or I abandon my blog completely. Could go either way.Kail and I are so filled with joy, and happy to share this news with you.