Yes, I am 35 weeks. I am large and in charge. I am getting tired of everyone asking me how I'm feeling. I tell everyone I feel well, fine, or whatever. To be honest, I feel sick, fat, and tired. My mom keeps telling me that it is easier when they are inside, but I am tired to feeling this way. I am nervous to be a mother of three, and know it is going to be really difficult, but, he has to come out sooner or later.
Spencer is enjoying his baseball season. They are going to have a tournament this week, so we are excited to see how his team does. He is working so hard at work supporting our family, even picking up extra shifts. He is such a great husband and father. His kids just love when daddy comes home. It is sometimes difficult to get them to leave him alone long enough to change his clothes.
Kayla loves tea parties. She will drink anything out of her tea set, and will invite anyone to enjoy some tea with her. You better remember your manners, though. She knows what is appropriate and what is not. Dressing up like a princess is the best. She wore her new fancy Easter dress to church two weeks ago. She even has little lacy gloves to wear with it. She loves to be so dainty and girly. She is very imaginative. She loves to pretend and play with others exploring the world that she can think up.
Nathaniel is learning so much. His vocabulary has increased so much lately. He says cookie, cracker, bottle, dog, cat, duck, horse, socks, shoes, please, hug, kiss, baby, blankie, and some others I can't think of right now. He is still waiting for his eye teeth to come in. They have been very stubborn, and just can't seem to come out. Nathaniel is my cuddler, and it will probably be difficult to share mommy with a new baby, but he is such a cutie.
We have been without a phone for a week and a half. That was nerve wracking, nervous that I could go into labor early, and not have access to a phone. we finally got our new phone hooked up today, so email me for my new number. I feel a little better, knowing I can easily get ahold of someone if I go into labor early.