For the past couple of weekends, we always felt that it may be our last before we celebrate being doubly blessed into parenthood.
We have constantly heard that twins come early, so gracious, being the preparers that we are have had everything ready to go for weeks now.
I am now officially 38 weeks and 2 days and hoping to see our babies soon.
So this past weekend, we did the things that every homebody enjoys.
Friday night, we made a mad dash for dinner to bring it home and watch Dateline, our favorite Friday night show.
We stayed up late doing things that I can't even remember, but 6:00 a.m. came early and I was bright eyed and bushy tailed.
Tootsie was too, demanding her food, her outside time, and her treat. In that order because she is routine like that. (Oh, boy, all that is about to change!)
Ken and I spent the next couple of hours looking over, changing, and dreaming of house plans that will not be built for a couple of years while still snuggled cozy in bed.
Oh, technology! You have come a long way since dial up!
After a very nice blueberry pancake breakfast by the sweet husband of the household, we did what any couple would do while waiting on babies.
We threw ourselves a party in the living room where we napped, watched movies, and read books all day long.
It was wonderful.
We stayed up late again (this will be our reality in a couple of days) and then went to the early church service where the babies were competing on who could bust the best move or show the most body parts.
Seriously, the beautiful service was on being blind, but yet, we were wide eyed watching these babies do their thing for 20 minutes.
Praises for these sweet movements and wonderful moments!
We will have to work on our church manners in the near future, though!
We came home, and I napped while Ken and Tootsie worked in the yard.
We then went out to lunch, ran a few errands, and walked through a local nursery because I just had to see some flowers and dream of getting my hands dirty.
Middle arrived and brought some banana bread which we dove into along with good conversation.
We ended our Sunday night with sweet maternity pictures out on our land and a delicious meal at home.
I am thankful that I have a sister who doesn't mind sharing her talents to capture last minute moments before our world is rocked!
We had the best weekend- full of laughs and love. It may not have included a fancy meal or a night out on the town, but it was exactly what we enjoy doing.
I hoping that our next blog post will be an very big announcement!
Happy Monday, friends!