So, if I haven’t mentioned it, I will do so now, I have the greatest husband in the world. He has completely entered the “nesting” phase and spent the weekend cleaning, organizing and planning for our little one. While I was at yoga, he took on the task of putting together the crib. He did this in our living room thinking he’d just slide it into the baby’s room no problem. Unfortunately, our doorways are about an inch smaller than the width of the crib, so the poor guy spent Sunday taking the crib apart and putting it back together actually in the baby’s room!
By the way, while he did this, I was shopping for maternity clothes with my mom. I have tried to avoid investing a lot of money on maternity clothes and just creatively using my current wardrobe to get by. However, as I enter month 7 of this journey, I’ve had to face the reality that I can no longer pull off the old closet and I have invested in some maternity things. Although I still feel pretty good, I am getting big! My feet have grown, my energy is not what it used to be, and I am starting to understand why everyone keeps saying the last three months are the toughest.
We are also taking on the task of refinishing our garage. We’ve spent the summer sifting through the junk, having garage sales and packing off the rest of the old furniture etc to the Salvation Army. Now it’s time to get the garage ready to be a useful storage space instead of a dumping ground. Joe is calling it HIS room, since his drum set and toys must be moved out of the baby’s room. He’ll get the garage nice and neat to store all his surf boards, drums etc. Three months to go, but I think we’ll be ready…well as ready as you can be!