I thought I would share a little on what we've been up to. Please feel free to keep adding your links to the nursery tour and looking at all the nurseries! I've enjoyed touring SO much! I'm so nosy - my favorite thing to do is tour homes! :-)
Thursday night was tailgate bunco and it was so fun! It was at my friend Ginger's house and she made lots of football themed food - so creative!!!
This is my friend Rachel and Laurie's baby Sarah Kate. SK had on her "future OBU student" t-shirt. We want our girls to go to OBU one day and be tri chis like their mommas!
Ginger and Kacy. Kacy's husband is a Mississippi State fan and he made her wear this jersey! ha! Little did we know at the time that both AR and State would be TRIUMPHANT this week!!!
Scott and I are shocked and in awe right now because our HOGS just beat AUBURN!!!!!! I can't believe it. I thought we had won all the games we were going to this year (all two of them) and then they pulled this out. We are seeing HUGE glimmers of hope for the razorbacks for the future - we LOVE our new coach!
This is the nursery right before Scott starting painting. We had to pull the day bed to the middle of the room and cover it with sheets - so it looks kind of crowded and crazy in there right now. Scott spent most of the day painting. He still has to go in and do a 2nd coat and then we'll wait until tomorrow or so to take the down the tape and everything. We probably won't do the crib until this week sometime. So I don't have much to show you yet.
But this is a little glimpse of the color of the room - it's darker in this picture than it is in real life. I'm VERY happy with the color - it is just the color I had imagined in my head and I think it's going to make the white furniture and pink bedding really stand out! I can't wait to get it all finished! (P.S. We left the ceiling that taupe color and I like the way it looks!)
I just hit my THIRD trimester this week! It is going by so fast. I had a small meltdown on Friday and was so worried that I hadn't been feeling Harper move. I called my mom and just bawled. I finally felt her or I would have gone to the doctor. She's been kicking up a storm today which I'm so thankful for. I think because I waited and prayed for this miracle for so long - I'm just so terrified something is going to go wrong. Sometimes I think this is all too good to be true. But I know that she is in God's hands. I keep telling myself this verse:
He will have no fear of bad news; his heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord. Psalm 112:7.
I was telling Laurie how worried I was and she said "just wait until she gets here - then the worrying really starts". We talked about how I was not going to have another peaceful day for the rest of my life because first I'll be worried about her breathing while she sleeps, then if she gets sick, then if she is eating enough, then when she goes to school......and on and on. We decided we would never let our girls out of our sight - never ride in cars when they are teenagers or go on dates or do anything. And how will I ever let her go to college? UGH! :-)