Well, we've made it past 38 weeks now. No. No pictures. Just imagine the last picture but bigger. I've gained six pounds in the last two weeks...pack'n it on till the end! And from everything we can tell, that's not too far around the corner. After all I've finished almost all my to-do lists, so what else can I do but have some babies, lol. I don't feel scared or worried or even like most pregnant people I know crazy ready to not be pregnant anymore. I just feel ready and excited. But, I'm also not in labor at the momemt, so we won't count our chicken's before they hatch. So this will probably be my last post for a while, maybe quite a while. But rest assured that I have fully trained The Man in the skills of blog posting, and hopefully he'll be on here before we know it to post some pics, and weights, and names, and things like that. Who knows when I will be back. All my time is going to be devoted to figuring out how to be a mama (can you believe it???) which won't leave must time for blogging I'm sure. Please keep us in your prayers. Love to you all! c
"Wise is the woman who cherishes each season and cheerfully anticipates the next." author unknown
I'm a christian, woman, wife, MOTHER (that job title is new!) photographer, quilter, reader, knitter, foody...well you get the idea...i have interests. But I'm passionate about the cause of Christ and sharing the things I have learned. But just because something has worked for me doesn't mean it's right for you or will work for you too, especially when it comes to kids. They are all unique little people. Be sure to think for yourself :) But I pray the things I share here will be a blessing to you, and you are inspired to go out and fulfill your unique calling in the world today and to grow in a closer relationship with God as you do. ~c P.S. The Man (my wonderful husband) and I like to keep a little bit of privacy when it comes to the internet, just in case you are wondering why we don't use our names on here.
“Security is mostly superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the end than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” Helen Keller