This week I made it to 33 weeks. At my doctor’s appointment he said everything looks great. Still no answers about how soon she will be here but he said that if she decides to come after 35 weeks, they won’t try to stop my labor.
One night after I put E to bed, I heard him turning pages in a book so this is now a common sight we see in the morning:
I am glad that he likes to read books and hope that love continues.
Friday E and I went to the Aquarium while Joey worked at home. It was the first time in a while that the otters were awake and swimming. The otter in the picture below kept swimming across E’s hands that E was petting him. It was cute
As we were walking away from the glass window, there was a little girl about E’s height and he grabbed her and gave her a hug. It was cute but I felt obligated to apologize to her dad for the unwanted hug.
Friday night E and I played with Play Dough while Joey worked (he worked 4 hours in the AM and then 6 hours in the PM – I was glad he was able to work at home since he didn’t finish working until midnight). While we were playing, E said “When I grow I am going to…” and he went on about taking cookies to people in his truck (we were making cookies out of the play dough). I wish I would have gotten it on video. It was very detailed. Joey said that E talked about growing up with him one night too. I think it was something like: “When I grow up..be a doctor…help take baby sister out of mommy’s tummy”. It is so funny to hear him say “When I grow up…” and it’s even more funny when he says “When you grow up…you can help me…”
Here is a picture of E with play dough “earrings” so he can be a girl just like me. Oops!
Today Joey played his drum at a church service in Park City for CrossPoint Presbyterian Church and E wanted to help him.
If you are ever in Park City on a Sunday morning, this is a great little church to attend.
After the church service we went to Ruby Tuesdays (one of my favorite restaurants) and on the way out, E cried because he wanted to hug a little girl that was sitting in a highchair. Should I be worried about all this hugging he wants to do when he sees little girls? Just kidding.