|poor sleep-deprived Natsby|
I took full advantage of the sickly snuggles I got from the babes - it made me smile to think
that it won't be long before I have a brand new baby asleep in my arms! : )
My mom is awesome and came to hang out with me so that I would have some moral support while Austin was gone...she's the best. Obviously we went to Target. Now the kids are fast asleep, no coughing yet, and I have Little Women on in the background to keep me company as I finish the button tree craft I started last week.
|soooo tired after a long, stimulating weekend!|
Conference breakfast - orange julius and fresh cinnamon rolls. Divine!
|my belly wanting every last roll|
|they were thrilled, clearly|
Also a big hit this weekend: the light sabers I got for $1 and $3 at the "Mother of All Garage Sales" at the Lancaster Event Center on Friday...I hate garage sales, but I was looking for a few used things that I thought would show up at garage sales and figured if I were going to go I might as well go to the giant one. It was a ZOO, but I got there early enough that it wasn't too bad. By the time I left you could hardly see the items at the booths, it was so packed. BUT I persevered and found the light sabers, a couple other small toys, some summer shoes for Natalie, and, the big prize of the day, an outdoor table and four chairs for, wait for iiiiiiiitttt...$12! I was so excited! Then as I was walking to my car I realized I hadn't even thought about how I would get my wares home. Oops! I did some quick rearranging (and pulled the "I'm nine months pregnant, let me through!" to the parking nazis) and, after three trips back and forth, figured out how to stuff the table and chairs into my sedan with three carseats in the backseat and a large stroller in the trunk. Luckily and most conveniently, the table is plastic and its legs are able to detach easily. Phew! I'm sure I was quite the sight lugging everything out to my car and stuffing it in. Success!
Other than not getting enough sleep, the children are back to their normal routines and being oh so cute in their everyday play. I thought Stockty looked so sweet sitting there playing with my contact case one morning, and Natalie told me she was wearing the bags like the girl in Big Hero 6. It's not always easy but I am so glad I get to stay home with these little friends every single day!