Monday, November 15, 2010

Monday Musings

I decided not to do a weekend in review post like I normally do on this fabulously overcast Monday morning. We had a pretty laid back weekend (which was fine by me!) and so nothing out of the ordinary happened. Friday I did enjoy a day of pampering thanks to my awesome husband-- a massage and a pedicure on the same day is pretty much equal to Heaven. Or as close as you'd get to it on earth I've decided. Friday evening Drew and I had our "last supper" (the last date before the baby comes) and went to Red Lobster to get endless shrimp (a promise Drew made good on when that ad first came out!). It was incredible, although we were both slightly sickened by the fact that we probably each consumed an entire stick (or more) of butter. That was pretty much the most exciting things of the weekend. The rest was monotonous and nothing that you, my loyal readers, would care to read about.

This morning I find myself doing the monotonous as well-- laundry, picking up around the house, changing poopy diapers and wiping snotty noses (tis the season!). We have no set agenda for the week. This is slightly planned, as I really don't want to bog myself down with hustling and bustling right before Connor arrives. I'll give you a pregnancy update by Wednesday, which is when my next appointment is... I'll officially be 38 weeks tomorrow. If you remember correctly, I had Brayden 1 week early, so I am pretty much in the ready and waiting game now.

Speaking of ready, I feel like I am finally at a place of peace regarding my anxiety with two. Not that I still don't have panic attacks, because I do (like when Super Nanny came on on Friday night and the lady had 4 boys, 5 and under, and one of them was a newborn. Drew made me change the channel because I was almost on the verge of tears). I just decided that since Connor is coming whether I am ready or not, I might as well TRY to be in that mindset. So I am trying. I'll let you know how it goes :)

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