Here we are, pulled out from under the bushel:
|making gingerbread houses from scratch|
|Studying for N.E.R.B.S. and Boards, while sleeping. I hope our child inherits his father's multi-tasking abilities. (both tests were passed- yay Sean!)|
|Again with the multi-tasking-- scratching his back and warming up for the ward basketball game.|
|This picture is my favorite, but Sean may kill me. He was trying to distract the guy who was guarding him by pulling crazy moves... I think what I really love about this picture is Darren's (guy in green) expression.|
|Sean's busiest 'craft' these days has been waxing and preparing full dentures and r.p.d.s (removable partial dentures)|
|I don't know why, but I like going to the lab with him and watching the whole denture-making process.|
|At 30 weeks pregnant, my co-workers wanted to see if I could do the Limbo. Even with my center of gravity shifted, wearing a dress and heels, I was able to prove myself. My work Christmas party was as hilarious as last year.|
|December continued to give in the crafty department. My patient mother spent her Christmas break teaching Brittany and me how to make our carseat covers. I love how it turned out!|
|My mother taught me how to applique too. I love how this onesie turned out, and I can't wait to see a little body in it.|
|My most recent project. Started and finished in one day, which I usually can never do because I am easily distracted.|
Other ways we have been "nesting" are:
*We packed all the extra stuff that we don't need, until after the move, down in the basement.
*We washed, folded, and put away all of the little guy's clothes, blankets, towels, washcloths, etc.....
*Dinners are being put into the freezer
*Bathroom has been scrubbed
*Hair appointments have been steady
*LOST has been watched
*Cankles have been resting on pillows to decrease the swelling
*While cankles have been resting, two more projects have been put in the works.
*We have been busily working for the military this month, and are scheduled for the next two Saturdays and Sundays.
*Parenting classes have been attended, as well as institute
*And last, but not least: I was released from being the Sunbeam teacher, and experienced withdrawls this last week as I sat in Gospel Doctrine. Primary is so much fun!
Here's to finding things to do for the next 4ish weeks!
|Oh, and how can I forget that I have been hanging out with Superman's father?! Thanks to this blog post, which reminded me. Megan and James' blog|