Wednesday, June 27, 2007

What I see when I look down..

Oh, right. A big belly....
These are what I see when I look beyond the big dome of baby. My new mayrjane Crocs. Aren't they cute! Thanks to my mother-in-law, I have happy, comfy, plum perfect feet!

I know that isn't a very exciting thing to blog about but life is getting busy again and I just wanted to post something before the chaos climaxes. The baby will be here soon and we will be moving back to Escondido by the end of July. Giving us only two weeks (give or take a week) before the baby is born to settle into a new place. Yikes! Your prayers are appreciated as we try to find a nice place where we can hopefully stay for awhile and also for the last few weeks of this pregnancy. I am really having to trust that God will provide and will orchestrate the timing of all these things. I have been very emotional and stressed about this on some days.
We did recently have an visit from family. My mom was in the country ( she lives in England)and she spent a few days with us, as well as my sister and her two kids. It was really wonderful to be with my family and see Johnny with his Nonnie, Auntie and cousins. We all went to Legoland which was SO much fun. I highly recommend it, there were plenty of rides and attractions for even young toddlers and Johnny is still talking about it. Unfortunately, most of the pictures were taken on my Mom's camera, but here a couple I had. I just can't end a blog without a picture of my kid.
He loved the barn!

Saying goodbye to Nonnie at the train station.

6 comments:

Lauren S. said...

I hope you find a great place to live. I know how stressful that is.
Cute shoes - and belly!

Lauren S. said...

Oh yeah, and I call my grandma Nonnie too! But I spell it Nanie.

Munkee said...

Anita!!

Bluecanopy said...

Cute shoes...Aaron got me a brown pair for mother's day, knowing I had my eye on 'em.

Love the full moon belly, how exciting that you'll be on the other side of things so soon. The last part seems to take forever...don't you just want to hold your baby?? I hope the move helps to help pass the time rather than cause stress...

And thatnks for the legoland tip, never been there and always wondered if it was worth it.

Ariana said...

We'll be praying for the last leg of your pregnancy, and the move. That sounds really stressful. Can't wait to see a picture of you holding your little one!

Paul & Kameron Morton said...

Ooooh baby- as if preparing for a new arrival isn't difficult enough, but packing up everything then immediately unpacking everything (we've moved four times in our four years of marraige- the last time when Aidan was six weeks old)... I will pray- and there's nothing like trying to do it with a small planet in the way (I don't know if you're belly reached the epic proportions mine did towards the end, but doing ANYTHING is so hard)... so we will be praying for you guys too!!