This is the story of our lives. Just a happily blended family living life to the fullest while striving to live for our Savior Jesus Christ!
I left you an award on my blog........http://www.kellysavenue.com/2010/06/blog-award.htmlHave a great weekened
Very cute!BTW those Sandals you commented on on my post, they're made by a Company calld "FlipFlop" but I believe they only sell them here in Europe. But if you really want them, I could try and get them and ship them to you!
what a beautiful baby bump!
Cori, I read your discussion on McMama's blog frog. I tried to signed in, but it didn't work, so I decided to leave my comment here.I have two boys and the third on is on the way. With first one my water broke right at 37 weeks. He was a healthy baby, so it wasn't a problem. But they had to put me on pitocin to induce the labor. It was so painful. Inducing with pitocin is really painfull. So I woudn't recommend it, I'd rather go naturally. The second boy arrived two days before the due date. I had him 30 minutes after I arrived to the hospital. In fact with first baby it took me 14 hours of labor. So we asked the nurse if my husband can go back home to drop my older son and my mother (we took them along with us to the hospital, and it was his bedtime, so we decided it would be better for him and my Mom to go home). We live in a small town, it took my husband 30 minutes to go home and back. By the time he was back to the hospital I already had our second son. So he completely missed his birth. It was very important for me to have him there with me, but it was most important to have a healthy baby. The difference between the two boys we noticed, that the first one, because he was early, had some trouble with nursing. He was very sleepy for the first two weeks. We worked really hard to teach him how to nurse. The second one had no problems with that. Sorry for the long comment. I hope you'll have smooth labor and delivery.Vika