Although, I'm hoping for much less. ;o) My list from "six weeks left" remains pretty accurate, although I must add on to that the loss of my ankles and arms that go numb whenever I lift them for longer than 30 seconds. (??) Those are some newbies for me, but I'll see my midwife today and see what she has to say. It's our very last week of school for this semester. I'm thrilled. I'm really looking forward to doing the fun activities I have with my kiddos and just having a reflective advent, a time of waiting, a time of preparing, and boy, do those words really hit home right now. Today we begin our Jesse tree devotionals, using this --it was something that came as part of a Christmas e-book planner I had purchased a few years back, but come to discover the lady that wrote it also writes a blog I enjoy, A Holy Experience. I'm also trying to find some coloring pages for the kids that will work for each day, so far I have found this. However, I have completely run out of printer paper (hmmm, wonder why). ;o)
Among other news I'm wondering if anyone has a way to reset Jackson's internal wake-up clock? 5:58 or 5:59--every day, regardless of when he goes to bed. Although yesterday it was 4:55, and that hurt. Darkness is obviously no deterrent for him. If I could just get him to sleep until 6:30 or 7 that would be AWESOME.
Wishing you all a very good Monday and a lovely week this very last day of November.
the date of the great "eight"
2 weeks ago