Just yesterday night, I told myself I was ready for him to come! After hours and hours of working after school this week, my sub plans were finally complete enough that if I didn't come to school for the next 8 weeks, the sub would know what to teach. They aren't particularly detailed, but there's a good outline for her. On top of 'finishing' sub plans, I came home to a wonderful surprise- Kyle had cleaned the whole house! I immediately breathed a sigh of relief and said, "We're ready!"
Fast forward to today, not even 24 hours later, and I've had to tell the little guy to stay in for a little while longer. Why? Our washer broke! Something like this was bound to happen; last night was just a little too blissfully happy. However, now that the washer is broken, I'm in total parent mode- we've got to get this fixed ASAP! We have only two clean crib sheets!
Mom and dad to the rescue via Whirlpool repairman who's coming on Wednesday. : )
My doctor's appointment went well yesterday morning- little man had a heartbeat of 150 and surprisingly, my blood pressure was normal! I thought it would have skyrocketed with all of the stress I had felt this past week. For now, we're enjoying watching all of his movement. He's a little running man in in there with all of the 'feet' we see going across my stomach. Websites have said that baby is developing his sleep/wake cycle at this time. If that's truly the case, we've got a little guy who doesn't like to rest! Especially between 9:30 and 10:30 at night.
Our trip to the Farmer's Market was glorious this morning. We picked up a 3.75 lb zucchini for baking and only $1! Of course we bought a 7.75 lb butternut squash for making soup ($2.50)! Talk about value! Can't wait to dig into the zucchini bread Kyle's already whipped up! Now to figure out what to do with the pound and a half we have left...