Looking out my window… a very grey, blustery day as winter blows in. We’ve been enjoying a warm fall with highs in the 60s, but after this the forecast is for highs in the 30s and 40s. No snow in the forecast, but one can always hope.
I am thinking… no more chocolate for me for a few months since it upset Elaina’s tummy (not as bad as the cabbage did though). Hoping it doesn’t upset my tummy when I can eat it again like it did after avoiding it when nursing Caleb.
I am thankful… for an amazing church family here in Nebraska. We have been overwhelmed by their generosity.
One of my favorite things… rubbing my cheek on soft baby hair.
I am wearing… still wearing my maternity pants and hoping to go jeans shopping soon. Also, a new nursing top I got for my birthday. Not crazy about how it looks on me, but it’s comfortable and easy to nurse in.
I am creating… almost done with the birth announcement cross-stitch for Thomas. LOL, was hoping to have it done before Elaina was born. I have one picked out to do for Elaina.
I am hoping… we can figure out the next step in this home service/support discovery journey. It can be difficult to know how to go about the whole thing.
Around the house… Mom and the kids have the tree up and most of the Christmas decorations out. Pretty!
I am hearing… 3pm – Dad rummaging in the kitchen for a late lunch, Kara rustling papers while working on school work, TV playing in the East Room, the wind blowing outside.