So I was supposed to have my last doctor’s appointment this morning. I checked the weather last night and noticed that it was supposed to snow, but only a couple inches. I absolutely dread driving in the snow, but I’ll do it if I have to. So we drop Kevin off at work and head to the mall to walk around before my appointment. This doesn’t feel all that great, but it might help, right? So after a while I get a phone call telling me that my appointment has been cancelled due to an emergency c-section the doctor had to perform. Of course, I immediately start to tear up, because I look forward to my appointments to see if I’ve made any progress. I got over it, and drive home. It’s snowing like crazy! I get so stressed driving in the snow, and today was no exception. I even told Kevin that I may not be able to pick him up today, so he’ll have to find a ride home.
I can honestly say (even though I thought I never would) that I hope I don’t go into labor today. Cause then I’d have to brave the snow again.
The End. I know, you were expecting some point to that story, sorry to disappoint. Just me rambling today.
On another note, I thought it would be fun to start a new kind of post. A few years ago I graduated as a cosmetologist from the Toni & Guy Academy. I’ve got all these fun tips and tricks rolling around in my head, relating to beauty and such. So I might post one every once in a while. If you have any specific questions, feel free to email me and I will do my best to answer. I’ll probably post one tomorrow.
The kid’s bedtime, not mine…
Let me count the ways:
2 skeins of yarn unraveled through the house
1 jug of milk (not full- thankfully) spilled on the kitchen floor
8 pairs of shoes strewn about the baby’s room
1 Christmas wreath, with the beads pulled off
2 little boys who don’t know what to do with themselves while mommy has to rest
1 husband at the end of tax season (aka- not here, ever)
1 heating pad waiting for my aching back
That’s about how I feel now. I haven’t been posting much, because I haven’t been feeling well. I am hoping to be feeling better in the next few weeks, after this little girly decides to make her appearance. Until then, don’t expect too much from me : )
What’s your name?
Okay, what’s your long name, your full name?
Hay-den (drawing it out)
How old are you?
3 (holds up 3 fingers)
What is your favorite food?
Applesauce and bananas
What is your favorite thing to do?
Ummm… climb up a wall, like an ant
Who is your brother?
Pako (giggle…I was just kidding)
What’s in mommy’s tummy?
A baby, a girl
What name should we call her?
Computer. Ummm, how about food? (giggle)
What do you like to do with daddy?
Work with him, scare him, say raarrrggh to him
What do you want to be when you grow up like daddy?
An acrobat and a spider, and an ant and climb like a jaguar
What are you going to do when you’re five?
I’m going to be in school when I’m five. I think we’re done playing this game.
Well there you have it,I guess we’re done. Hope you enjoyed it!
General Conference this weekend was just wonderful. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve grown to enjoy it so much more every year. And now that I have kids, I am grateful that you can go back and watch talks you may have missed. I especially love hearing Sister Julie Beck speak. She doesn’t sugar coat things, and always has great advice. This was my favorite part of her talk: (may not be verbatim)
- Develop attributes of Christ and strive to obey His Gospel with exactness
- Seek to improve ourselves and do our best
- Increase faith and personal righteousness, strengthen families and homes and seek out and help others who are in need
- Live so that we qualify for, receive and know how to follow the Spirit