Daybook for February 21st

 

Outside my window… there is still a LOT of snow out there, but it seems to be warming up a bit during the days. Night temperatures are still quite cold.

I am thinking… about what sorts of casseroles to freeze for after the baby is born. It’s become something of a tradition for me to put together some of our favorites to eat in the days following a birth. There is one in particular that Aaron enjoys, but this is about the only time I make it because it’s a bit labor intensive.

I am thankful for… finally finding my Baby Bjorn carrier!

From the learning rooms… today is a sick day for my poor Munchkin.

From the kitchen… a very large mug of tea this morning!

I am wearing… my fleece PJs still. Eventually I’ll summon the gumption to go change…

I am creating… a pair of knitted jeans for the baby. They really are knit with denim yarn! I’ll have to post photos once I actually finish them.

I am going… to see my midwife more often because we are in the home stretch!

I am reading… the Firebird trilogy and Asandra. There will be reviews of both to come!

I am hoping… that my Munchkin feels better soon. She got a stomach bug while staying with Auntie, and Auntie was kind enough to offer to take care of her so that the boys and I won’t catch it.

I am hearing… really great soundtrack music that Aaron is listening to while working. I’m glad that he has good taste in music!

Pondering these words… “You need to calm down.” (My end-of-pregnancy craziness has started…)

Around the house… this morning started with a mess that involved a bath for Camo, laundry and a couple of floors that needed to be cleaned… I could have sit down and cried at one point!

One of my favorite things… is Amato’s pizza sauce and pasta sauce. It’s totally a splurge item, but WOW, does it taste REALLY GOOD in lasagna!

A few plans for the rest of the week: Keeping my pregnancy induced OCD from getting out of hand! My family handles it all very graciously, but I’d rather not drive them TOO crazy!

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