16 September 2007

waiting.

well, here we are--4 days "late" and it should come as no surprise given bb's lateness, but still, it's sort of disappointing. i so much want to see and meet her!

while i am definitely an "everything works out how it needs to" kind of person, it's hard to be patient. i'm so ready to pop! so tired of being tired. so much wanting to eat with out having indigestion. wanting to NOT be constipated finally. ready to be able to walk the stairs without huffing and puffing. and we're ready to be a family--all of us together.

yesterday we had a big breakfast. i made pancakes, eggs and bacon and hubby and bb set the table and poured drinks. we had joni mitchell o
n the stereo. it was nice. but it felt like we were missing someone. like she should have been here to join us. my midwife thought i wouldn't see monday as a preggy person. we'll see.

i know the baby will be here soon. and the upside to her not being here yet? bb is in school from 8:30 - 2:30 (started last week), so i get (it's almost too good to say out loud) time to MYSELF. and the baby is moving and by all accounts doing fine. i've stocked the freezer with food to make newborn life a *bit* easier.

we're ready.

i hope to post good news very soon. thanks so much for the good juju and well-wishes!

5 comments:

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh, thinking of you! Can't wait for the arrival!

Steph

Beth said...

Blast! When I saw that you'd posted I was hoping for you...

Enjoy the time you have to yourself and just you and the boys. I'll keep checking in and I hope it all goes well.

Jamie said...

First of all, you are gorgeous.

Second, good luck, baby will be here before you know it. Can't wait to see her sweet little face.

sari said...

I love that picture!

She'll be here soon, don't worry.

:-)

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