No, the OSU loss to Northwestern, of all teams, didn't make me go into labor.
Don't feel badly about asking about the baby. It hasn't gotten tiresome :) I appreciate your concern and prayers.
The ladies at church are all freaking out that I'm late and telling me how much they would've/have hated being late. I figure the baby will come when he [generic he] is supposed to and right now I have use of both of my hands and can still carry baby. Last night, I was pretty uncomfortable, but it is really at the end of the day when I'm worn out that I feel that way. I think it is partially because I'm pretty tall (5'11") that I haven't gotten to the "get this person out of me I'm so uncomfortable" stage, although I'm sure I'll get there.
I think the VP at work would like it if I would have the baby 'cause she's currently paying 2 salaries for my job. I'm pretty thankful that I'm still comfortable enough to go to work. I can't imagine being home just waiting to go into labor at this point.
I have two "non-stress" tests scheduled for this week ... one tomorrow and one Friday. We'll see how that goes.