The Life of Jennifer Dawn: Waiting On Baby

Monday, July 25, 2011

Waiting On Baby

I have a gazillion crafty ideas floating around in my head and can't seem to find the time or energy to do any of them.  Maybe tomorrow...

What have I been up to?

On Friday, Lydia Grace and I went to Storytime at the library.  Afterwards she worked puzzles, played in the children's section, and picked out some books to take home.

One of the books was...
She loves this book and has probably had Tim and I read it over 50 times this weekend.  That's what hubby and I did this weekend...
We spent time with L.G. and worked on knocking a ton of things off our "To Do Around The House" List.  I think I am in the "nesting" phase of the pregnancy right now.  Lydia Grace's excitement over the baby is really growing too.  Recently we had a conversation that went like this...

Lydia Grace: Eli is in there. (patting my tummy)
Me: Yes, Eli is in mommy's tummy.
L.G.: Eli come out.
Me: Soon.  He'll come out soon.
L.G.: Open belly, mommy.  I want Eli out now. (poking my belly button)
Me: Eli will come when he is ready.  (trying not to laugh)

There are so many times when she says or does things that just crack me up with laughter.  Motherhood is filled with so many beautiful moments of...

I am so thankful for my sweet girl, and I feel so blessed that our little family is growing from three to four.


  1. Too cute, she's adorable!
    It's gotten to the point for me that if I get to laughing too hard it actually hurts, which oddly enough makes me laugh harder!
    Hope you can find the energy to accomplish all you are hoping too!

  2. I just stumbled upon your blog and must say that you are so creative, not to mention that you have an adorable daughter! *Bookmarked* :)

  3. Adorable girl.Stay blessed.Thanks for sharing the beautiful thoughts.


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