Saturday, September 18, 2010


I just stepped out of bed and because we have concrete at this time I tried to immediately put on my flip flops...well, to no feet have swelled so much that my flip flops no longer fit. I also had to take my rings off this week because my fingers have swelled so much. Ohhh, these are things that I said, "That won't happen to me, I will be different!" :) LOL! My cheeks also look like they are packing away nuts for the winter. I'm glad Ramsey took pics when he did! But, I know that all of these signs are healthy signs that my baby is on the right bring on the swelling and I will take it all! :) I also painted my own toe nails yesterday...but it was hilarious because I had it all over my toes. I told Rich that he will be painting them next time. This should be interesting. I will be sure to take pics. :)
One of the most important lessons I hope to teach my child is to be content with is such a hard lesson to learn.

"You're blessed when you're content with just who you are—no more, no less. That's the moment you find yourselves proud owners of everything that can't be bought." Matthew 5:5 (MSG)

I am your father...

The funniest thing happened today when Rich was about to leave for work and he was talking into my belly at the baby...he was saying, "Trey, I am your father..." Trying to be like Darf Vader talking to Luke on Star Wars. Rich kept saying it in that 'spooky' voice, "Trey, I am your father, give me a high five..." At that moment the baby punched as hard as he could right where his mouth was. We both looked at each other and started laughing because it was really weird. I thought Trey (or whatever the name may be when we see your face) would like to read that when he gets older. :) I like that you weren't scared.