I keep having the feeling that something is going to happen soon and, so, I'm on my toes. Kinda. As much as I can be on my toes! I went to brekkie yesterday at La Madeline's French Bakery and Cafe. Then I went and spent waaaaaay too much on groceries (you should never never never let a pregnant woman go grocery shopping on a budget!
) I came home and my parents came by to see the kids (it's been a while since my dad had seen them) and then, I crashed hard for 3 hours!!!! We went to the boy scout function and by the end of it, I was grouchy, tired, and headachy (I mean, think of it 50 boys ranging in age from 5 - oh, say, 11 on a sugar high...
!!!!!!) I thought I was gonna die!
We went home, I played my game on the 'puter for about 10 minutes, got the kiddos changed in to PJs and, well, I went to bed at 815PM. DH followed at 830PM. I couldn't believe it! We were all in bed, asleep before 9PM. Man, what a laugh!
DH keeps on saying that it will be easier after the baby comes. I agree wholeheartedly because I won't hurt, won't be tired...wait, of course I will! Except, well, and I know this is kinda taboo around this site..., I'll have prescription PAIN KILLERS! Thank you, GOD! C-sections are no fun to recover from. If ya don't have to have one, don't! Also, I'll have someone else to cook, clean, and keep up with the older munchkins.
Duncan (DS2) was especially cute yesterday. He saw ICE CREAM!!! He
ice cream. Then, he saw, at the boy scout dealy, CAKE! Oh, I think he about split in two... :LOL He's too cute. The other day, I had dressed his twin, Natalie, in a really cute outfit and she was a looker! She went up to him and asked him, "Dun (that's her name for him) am I pretty?" Duncan, being male, didn't answer. She put her hands on her hips and said, exasperatedly, "DUN, AM I PRETTY?!!!" Duncan looks at her and says in the sweetest voice, "OOooooooo, Pretty!" I just couldn't stop laughing. It was tooo funny.
That's all, ladies. I'm at work, so I'll be here (on the board till 3) There's not much else to do here. All I do is monitor alarms and answer the phone. Sigh. Definitely not too intensive!