I had my 20 week ultrasound last Thursday and we found out that our little boy looks healthy, though very active. I can already tell that he is more active than Harrison was in utero. And I'm a little nervous about what that means for baby boy number 2. I love the new ultrasound pictures. Considering the number of ultrasounds that I have had until this point, it is so nice to just see a baby growing instead of trying to verify that it is actually going to grow. What a huge blessing! So, we have a name. I know that everyone is probably thinking that it is ridiculous for me to reveal this on my blog, however, I don't really care what people think (I know...big shocker). I'm also not into keeping it a secret. Don't get me wrong. I understand why people do keep it a secret. I'm just not that way. Most likely because I'm not great at keeping secrets that I don't deem necessary (or if someone else deems necessary). The same theory applies to finding out what you are growing in your belly. I love that people wait; I just can't. Anyway, we have been pretty sure about our name for a while. I will say, that if this little boy was going to be a girl, we were certainly going to name her Hope. But, this is definitely not a girl (as everyone who has seen our ultrasound pics have said). Especially since during the last two ultrasounds, he has been flaunting his stuff as soon as we start looking. Such a boy! We reserve the right to change the name, though I don't think we will. Drum roll... y'all are looking at pictures of Baby Fisher. Fisher is a name that Adam tossed around with Harrison, that I vetoed pretty early on, however, this time, we just feel like it is appropriate. Adam and I both have heard the verse numerous times for our boys, especially more with this one, "Come, follow me, and I will make you fishers of men." We won't be denying what the Lord has put on our heart. And, Harrison already calls him Baby Fisher, so I think there may be an identity crisis when the baby comes out if we decide to change it. The full name has been the hard part. We wanted to use the name Adam, but we were unsure where to put it. We finally came to a consensus that he will be Adam "Fisher" Brantley. So, there you have it. I know for my mom, it is going to take some time to get used to it (she already told me that). But she has a son named, Tree. I think she'll figure it out.