Over the next few days I will do my best to make sure things are as ready they can be for the arrival of our son. Although, you can never actually be completely prepared for a baby.
Rob's sister, Gwyn, came home from Uganda on Wednesday to be here for the baby's birth, she brought him this cute little monkey...
I feel extremely uncomfortable these days and I feel really huge. Even maternity pants are horribly uncomfortable. Thank goodness for leggings and sweatpants. In some ways it will feel weird not to be pregnant anymore, although I think I will get used to it pretty quickly.
Aiden started back to pre-school this week, which is another big change. He goes 3 mornings this year, and he was super excited to be back. I am glad that it works out that the baby is coming when he starts back to school since he loves it so much and I know it is a good outlet for him.
This morning Rob took Aiden to school and then is running some errands, so I've been doing some cleaning and enjoying a quiet morning, listening to my favorite band and smelling my favorite fall candle. I won't get m(any) of these quiet mornings in the days to come, and that's ok, so I'm doing my best to enjoy these moments.