Saturday, September 5, 2009

Labor Day Weekend 2009

Ahhhhh, the official "end of summer" weekend up here in the midwest. Of course it feels like summer just started since we didn't hit 80's or 90's until mid-August this year. So I guess this summer is just a very short-lived season, and we'll be heading into the chilly 8 month long winters that are typical here. Please people, if you care for us at all, get us outta here! Or at least keep your fingers crossed that our house will at least sell NEXT spring, since we had no luck the past two springs. We finally just took our house off the market, since, who are we kidding...we can't necessary move right now anyways with me due in 2 months! So we are unfortunately bracing for another cold winter here.

On Friday I took a vacation day and took my niece Kelsey (she's such a big help with Savanna!) and Savanna to another county fair. I just absolutely LOVE seeing all the farm animals and love seeing the look on Savanna's face. She just smiles from ear to ear when we go up to the horses and cows! Although trying to capture it on camera is next to impossible. She got to pet the horses, cows, lambs, goats and bunnies, and we also saw some pigs, donkeys, llamas and turkeys. Of course we didn't need to go to the fair to see the turkeys, since we have them running around wild in our back yard! It was such a blast! Most of you don't know this, but I would honestly love to have a small farm one day. Not quite sure Paul is with me on this. But anywhere they have farm animals, I'm there! So I'm hoping one day we could at least have some acreage and a barn and just a few animals, mainly just as pets.

Savanna loved meeting this calve and got to pet him!

Saturday we took Savanna with some friends and their kids to the airshow, where Savanna (aka movie star) was prepared to sign autographs and make her appearances for the papparazzi (see left).
We did a ton of walking around and as much as I begged him, Paul would not let me ride around on his shoulders like Savanna did. Needless to say, after this weekend's festivities, I'm in alot of pain and am trying to take it easy!

Afterwards Savanna hit the street with her new wheels! She loves the new Dora ride-on that mommy bought her!

Pregnancy update and my new wheels!

Update on me and baby Reagan...just like her older sis, she's already started creating havoc from inside the womb. I have a ton of pain in the pelvic region (I won't go into specifics), but basically sitting for extended periods of time (which I do Monday-Friday at my job) leaves me in aweful pain and I'm basically crippled and can't walk alot of the times while at work. I feel ok at home, although still pretty sore and painful, but at least I'm mobile. So pathetically enough, I had to go get myself a walker...yes, a walker...just like my 85 year old grandma uses. I'm trying to at least bling it out...maybe add a horn, rearview mirror, some beads and a feather boa. What I'd really love is a nice Hoverround or a Rascal, but unfortunately I'm only allowed 2 sets of new wheels at this time. So my first set of new wheels is my walker (see left picture) next set of new wheels is my minivan (*gulp*) that we should be getting here in the next week or two. Poor Paul has graciously agreed to give up the Wrangler (after ALOT of arm twisting and teeth pulling). and will drive our SUV and I'll be sporting a hot stylish minivan. I think Paul is having a more difficult time than I am, accepting this life-altering change and taking this enormous leap into a "family-friendly" mom-mobile.
OK, so anyways, that's the latest update on us. As of now, I'm planning on being induced again this time around, mostly because of the pain I'm in. So unless Reagan decides to come earlier on her own, we're looking at November 4th when I'll be exactly 38 weeks. Also, our hospital is 45 minutes away, and both my mom and sister's 2nd kids basically came flying out in about 20 minutes. I'd like to actually be AT the hospital, with the epidural nestled safely in my spine. Now, I'm sure in a bind, Paul would do a great job delivering this baby in the car, but we'd rather not take our chances!

August summer fun!

What do you do when your daughter is pointing to every single thing in her toybox and no matter what you give her to play with, she just keeps pointing? Stick her in there and eventually she'll find what she's looking for (after throwing everything else out of course!).

I'm trying to play catchup here since I failed to post in August. Paul and I took Savanna to one of the surrounding county fairs in August and daddy took her on her first Merry-Go-Round ride! She was pretty unsure about the whole thing and was gripping her daddy's shirt for dear life the whole ride, but we think she enjoyed it. Baby Reagan (a'hem - read "Mommy") enjoyed some fresh lemonade and greasy fair food and we all loved seeing all the animals and the dog-racing monkey-jockeys were the highlight of the day!

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