Monday, April 15, 2013

Two more days...

I feel the need to pop in and say hello, but I have to be honest.  All I keep thinking is...


Still no labor or contractions, so we're still scheduled to induce on Wednesday. 

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(us at 39 weeks... I'd say we're both ready! :))

I am going to do my very, very best to keep you guys updated via Instagram (and possibly here on the blog if I can).  So if you want to go ahead and follow so you don't miss anything, you can find me on Instagram at @mrshargrave (and I usually publish all of my Instagram updates to Twitter, so you can find me there at @Mrs_Hargrave as well).

Until then, we're just trying to stay busy.  We celebrated our last child-free weekend with a little Cheesecake Factory and a trip to the iPic theater to see Oz: The Great and Powerful on Saturday.  Was it just me, or was the movie only okay?  As a devoted Wizard of Oz and Wicked fan, maybe I just wasn't in love with this take on the back story of Oz?  Even so, we loved the theater.
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The chairs were so comfy, and the dessert we ordered was delicious.
On Sunday, we took it easy and ended up grilling a delicious dinner:  Italian chicken, chopped BBQ salad, and these campfire potatoes.  (The potatoes were phenomenal.  I'd add a bit more butter next time to keep them from getting dry, but altogether fabulous.)
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I also made these cake batter Rice Krispy treats

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It was a different recipe than the one I've used in the past (and courtesy of my girl, Kristin), and so much better.  The frosting sent the whole thing over the edge (I used regular vanilla buttercream frosting rather than cream cheese), and I'm not ashamed to tell you that we've already devoured the entire pan.  Judge away, y'all.  They're delicious.

Today, Micah has worked from home, and we've just been tying up some loose ends around the house.  I got new tires (Micah insisted that we get that done before Grace arrived) and did the last load of Grace's laundry (mostly towels and burp cloths).  We also got a fun surprise in the mail.

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Grace's baby book came in!  I ordered it on Etsy from here, and I love it.  It's really well-made, and I like the pages and layout.

Alright, friends.  I'm just waiting for Micah to get home from his last softball game of the season (poor guy had to go alone because I get so uncomfortable sitting on hard surfaces for long periods of time these days).  And then I'm going to try and get some sleep (if I can get my mind to shut down long enough to rest). 

XOXO, loves.


Jennjilla said...

just followed you on instagram (jennjilla) - good luck on Wednesday!

Laurie @ The Rookie Wife said...

good luck! prayers that everything goes as planned! and that baby book is adorable!

Kristin said...

It's always shocking to see how quickly desserts disappear around here with just the 2 of us. One day, maybe two tops.

Good luck on Wednesday! :)

Joy said...

Not much longer!!! Eeek! I'm so excited for y'all!! And all that food looks soooo good!!! And that baby book.... OH. MY. WORD. It's perfect for little Grace!!

Erica said...

Best of luck - not much longer and you will have your little angel in your arms! I am loving your baby book too - Etsy is the best! :)

Colleen said...

I can't wait to hear! I don't follow you on IG but I'm going to know. I'm justcols

Brandi Gail said...

Big prayers for you all tomm!!! :) So exciting!

Annabelle said...

That theater...I die! How come there isn't one near me? Totally jealous! I'm counting on instagram pics once that Sweet Grace makes her arrival!

The Copeland Family said...

Woohoo! Can't wait for the updates, praying for you!!

Charlotte said...

You look so beautiful! I can not wait to see sweet baby Grace! Best wishes mama! We will be praying!!!

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