Life lately has been busy and exhausting, but in a good way!
We are up to the last week of pregnancy. Just 8 days until we get to meet our baby girl! We've been trying to get all our last minute things together like pack the hospital bag, set up the infant gear, wash all the baby clothes. While packing the hospital bag, I realized that we didn't have much newborn outfits, so last week I made a Target run to pick up some onesies and sleepers. Newborn outfits are so tiny, it's hard to believe babies are that small! I remember thinking E was so small and fragile and he was a 8.5 pound baby! My doctor thinks Aviana will be around 7 pounds, so we will see. Our fridge and pantry are stocked up on food and our house has been scrubbed from top to bottom so we are all set for her arrival. Any day would be good to come, Aviana hint hint ;)
Ethan was on spring break last week, so I took the week off of blogging. It was nice to spend some quality time with him. Next week he starts soccer and after that t-ball. He sure has grown up right before our eyes. It makes me sad, but happy at the same time. This age is a fun one!
It seems like spring has finally sprung around here just in time for Easter. Although the temperatures aren't where we would like them to be, the sun has been shining and the snow has been melting, that alone surely makes a difference.
We had a wonderful Easter this year. Saturday, we attended church, went out to breakfast, and then went to an annual Easter event that our local greenery holds for children. Sunday, the Easter bunny made a stop by our house and left E with an awesome basket filled with goodies and even hid some eggs around the house for the little guy to find. E was so excited when he woke up. We made a turkey dinner, which almost didn't happen because when I woke up in the morning to put the turkey in the oven, it was still frozen! Thankfully, Wal-mart had a few frozen-to-oven turkeys left, which was so simple I think I will buy those for now on. Since Alyson and her family just moved to Wisconsin, we invited them over for dinner and had a good time spending the afternoon with them. Our boys had so much fun sword fighting and egg hunting. By the end of the day my feet were so swollen they hurt so we spent the rest of the night snuggling in bed and watching movies. It was nice!
Here are some photos from the last week:
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