Go Mode!1:38:00 PMCourtney Hale
First... Linda, you can get the tree here: http://storesense4.megawebservers.com/modernwallgraphics_com/-strse-250/wall-decal-sticker-graphic/Detail.bok
Alright... so as we speak my husband and my father-in-law are sawing a hole in my wall downstairs. *sigh* This is to install some super fancy flush in the wall digital thermostat that K deems "totally worth it"... Well, okay then. Although we already had a nice digital thermostat, but he promises more efficiency. We'll see. We have two AC units, one up and one down, and the downstairs one is now the test one. I am just not fond of unnecessary holes being cut into walls and promises of "simple patch work" if it needs it. K is awesome and he works hard... harder than most guys around or about his age, but it is the detail work of some of his little improvement projects that gets passed over. And everyone knows the details are often what counts b/c that is what "makes" something. Oh man, I love him for his enthusiasm though.
Alright... so last night K and I had a super enjoyable dinner with my parent's. We always do... they are so fun. This morning my dad and K went to Ikea to purchase some shelves we needed for the living room, oh and a nightstand for Sophie's room. Awesome, more things to check off the list. I woke up -annoyingly- at 6:30ish and couldn't get back to sleep... Soooo, I got up and started cleaning. Yay me. Three loads of laundry done, including Sophie's newest stuff. (I despise laundry so this is a big deal.) Vacuumed the entire downstairs AND the stairs and in a minute will do the upstairs. (Give me some credit... we have a 2600 sq ft house!) And then have been doing just general cleaning. K gets to dust. There is a LOT to dust. My portion of the hospital bag is just about done and I am about to go work some on Sophie's stuff. This isn't hard, as I am not bringing a ton. I need -want- to go finish up her room and put away the tons of stuff from the shopping spree.
I am in total go mode, apparently.
Sophie is energetically hiccuping right now and as much as I enjoy her rhythmic bumping, I am wishing it would stop. Feels weird... She gets them constantly. Work those little lungs, S!
Before I return to life, guess what I get to do for 24 hours starting tomorrow? A Urinalysis test! Oh boy. And I have to keep the *cough* product in the fridge. Nice. Then on Monday morning, I will transport it to my doctor's office for testing as well as get another exam. Sophie will get checked to. I am a little paranoid about her health since our Thursday appointment and will feel better when they check on her. From there I will get the official "Let's have the baby right NOW" [I hope NOT] or things look status quo so come back on Wednesday or Thursday to check on things again. Ideally, things will be as is on Monday and I will be given a tentative induction date for the week of the 7th. Who has been induced out there? The issue I have with being induced is the increased risk of a cesarean section. I know it is not the end of the world if this happens - and obviously, if Sophie is stressed, no problem, do it - but I would rather not. So, if you have been induced, let me know your experiences! =)