Sunday, May 23, 2010

Almost-Midnight Ramblings

I am usually asleep well before 10:30. However a two hour afternoon nap and a very active unborn babe has my mind rambling at this late hour.
This weekend was our "calm before the storm." June looms ahead as our busiest month of the year. In a month of 30 days our family will be busy with the following activities:
Mommy's doctor appointments
Five eye/doctor appointments for Jack
Eye surgery for Jack (scheduled for June 10)
VBS at Germantown Hills Baptist Church (June 14-18)
GARBC National Conference in Schaumburg, Illinois (June 21-25)

I will be using this week to get organized with a cleaning plan and a monthly menu in place for our busy month.

The good news is that by the end of this month I will be within 10 weeks of my due date. So, maybe a busy month will make the days go quickly before I get to meet this precious little guy.

In the meantime, just thinking about our upcoming craziness is working to make me sleepy.

G'night, all!

Sunday, May 09, 2010

My Greatest Gifts

Today I am once again reminded that God has given me the humbling privilege of rasing these little men.


Jack and Andrew, I am blessed beyond measure to be your mommy. I thank God for both of you, and I desire above all else to lead you and draw you both closer to Him.
Thank you for bringing me smiles and laughter, and thank you for making this day the best Mother's Day ever, just because you are here with me.
And, to our little boy yet to come, I look forward to meeting you in person, but for now know that Mommy and Daddy have already fallen in love with you. We are already praying for you, just as we pray for your big brothers.
I love all three of you dearly!
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Monday, May 03, 2010

Action Figures and Cupcakes

I have learned the hard way to watch where I am stepping at our house. Case in point:

And, it looks like we will have lots more action figures to watch out for in our future,

our newest little cupcake is DEFINITELY BLUE!
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Edited to add: These cupcakes are blue, even though they look green in this picture!