Yikes, these past few weeks have just flown by! The mother in law was here for a week (everyone say HI she is reading this) really it was a wonderful visit and I am so happy that we got to see her. The husband could not take the whole week off of work, so for the first time ever she and I spent whole days together. I will be the first to admit that I was a bit terrified of this, not that she is a scary person, just we had never really hung out alone for that long. When the husband is around they get into conversations that go strait over my head most of the time, which relieves a lot of pressure to talk. It was truly a silly thing to worry about, and I seem to be doing a lot more of this needless worrying lately, we had a great time or at least I did. Since this is my blog I get to say that WE had a fantastic time!
The best part of the whole visit was getting to be around someone else who was so excited about Cletus. Our immediate families live in different parts of the world, and the ones that live in the same country are very spread out, so there has been little sitting in the same room excitement. My parents are coming through town this weekend to get me my next fix. I really think that there is something addictive about people sharing their exicitement with you. I have actually delayed telling people just so I have enough people to get me enough fixes between now and the baby shower. I have always known that the husband and I have amazing families and friends, but there is really nothing like the love that surrounds talking about Cletus.
This is something that I have never heard anyone talk about before. Now, I have avoided pregnancy talk like the plague making it entirely possible that I just missed this part. For those of you who know me, I am not a sunshine and rainbows kind of person, but this is just an amazing amount of puppies and unicorns pooping rainbows. It is also completely terrifying. We are going to be parents, that cluster of cells in the picture on my fridge is a real being that we are expected to raise to adulthood. YIKES, this is suddenly a little scary, not that we can’t handle it, just a bit terrifying.
I have really had a lot in my head that I need to get out here, but those are for different posts, which I promise will be coming quickly.