29. 35 weeks today. Remember when I went into the hospital the first time? I was only like 26-27 weeks along....scary! I don't have a doctor's appointment until tomorrow, so I'm not getting dressed today. I'll have a picture posted tomorrow. Maybe.
I never thought this pregnancy would take over my blog. But since the only journey I've been on for the past 2 months has been pregnancy, you get your fill of me talking about it.
I cannot wait to go out eat again. To go shopping (not online). To attend events. Like this one, yes Christmas stuff is already peeking it head out. It's happening this weekend, so obviously I cannot go, buuuut soon I'll be free. Who am I kidding? I will be pretty much house grounded for a while, even after The Nuggets arrive but shhhh, let me pretend. I digress. The Junior League of Ft. Worth is putting on their annual Christmas in Cowtown, which is pretty much just a crafty Christmas event with lots of crafty merchants selling their, you guessed it, crafts.
I already missed the Home and Garden show. The bonus about living between Dallas and Ft. Worth is a lot of these events are hosted in one city and then a few weeks later, hosted in the other. If you miss one, you get a second chance. Unless you're in the hospital (first event) or on bed rest (second event).
The other challenge I'm facing is my house. It's so disorganized. I am so so so grateful to The Hubs for all he's done over the past 7 weeks. If you came over for a visit you probably wouldn't think much of the state of my home. But I do. I'm a spaz. I don't do well with clutter or items being out of place. I cannot stand the mail stacking up on the counter or the coffee pot pulled away from the wall. Little things.
Additionally, we only moved into this house a little over a month before I was put on bed rest. That means the decor is lacking, their are projects that need to be done and I want to decorate for Halloween/Fall season. All things The Hubs really doesn't feel are necessary. And I won't push it either. He does plenty.
So my mantel is bare. Curtains are not hung. Decorations are non-existant. All of these things will become far less important once these squirmy boys arrive.