If you've been following this blog for a while, you'll know how much I love celebrating the Reformation and last year my posts dealt with the fun ways we've tried to celebrate in the past. There really are lots of great resources out there, so be sure to click the links from my previous Reformation Day posts.
But, you can only swim upstream for so long.
This year I have a ninja, a race car driver, and a butterfly.
We'll go to the neighboring church's harvest festival, drive to some church member's houses to get candy, take some pictures.
Quick update: Monday begins the official checking to see if I'm dialating or not and marks 37 weeks, which is when I delivered baby #3. I'm as big as a house, can hardly put on my socks, and not sleeping so much. This is our last day of homeschooling for a while and we'll focus on playing games, reading books, hanging out...So if I disappear again, you'll know why. :)
I have not fallen off the face of the earth...but here's what I have been doing:
My dear husband broke and dislocated his ankle in September so I've been, uh, pretty busy caring for him, the third grader, the kindergartener, the toddler, and the 34 week old baby still baking in my tummy.
He has about a week and a half more of his Aircast boot thingie then he can attempt to put some weight on it.
I've delivered all my babies around 37/38 weeks. So the question of the hour is: Will he be able to drive me two hours to the hospital to deliver this baby?
I try not to think about it.
But I did want to share a hilarious conversation I had yesterday with my 5 1/2 year old:
Little boy: Are you for that Rock Obama guy?
Me: Well, I'm voting for the other guy, John McCain, I guess.
Little boy: Yeah. That's who I'm for, too. That other guy doesn't want you to have your own money. He wants to give it away.
Maybe we've been watching a little too much Fox News???