Wednesday, May 30, 2007
I really can't believe that I am going to be a mommy again. I feel like we were just bringing our Anna home from the hospital and now here we are doing it all again. It's funny how much you can forget about the actual process of being pregnant in three years time even though in some ways it feels like yesterday. Everyday I look at the info online to see what my baby looks like today, what new organs he/she has grown and what various other changes have occured. The thing that leaves me amazed each day is just how intricate and precise the human body is and what a miracle it is to be occuring inside of me!
With all that occurs on the inside of your body during the first stages of motherhood nothing prepared me for all the changes that would occur on the inside of my heart. The overwhelming love for a tiny being who looks more like a alien than a human. The worry for their safety. The constant thought about names and nursery colors. The dream of giving them a happy, meaningful life, full of hope and a love for their Creator. The moments spent imagining what their precious face will look like the first moment you see it. It's all about this journey called motherhood. It begins when the test shows two lines and ends, never!
(Here is a picture of my precious Anna the first time I held her!)
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
I love these long weekends where we don't have any real plans. We sleep in and just let the day take us where it will. I live for these times!
Friday night Jimmy and I went to see BodyWorlds in Dallas and of course had to go to Cafe Brazil for dinner. We love that place at 3am, 3pm, dinner, lunch, breakfast, etc. etc....
BodyWorlds was interesting. I don't really know what I thought about it.
Cafe Brazil hazelnut coffee and just spending some time alone with my hubby was the highlight of the night for me!!
Saturday we randomly decided to take Anna to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. She had a blast and loved seeing the stars at the Plantarium. We had lunch at Fuzzy's Taco's which I highly recommend if you haven't been there. We love the one at the corner of Berry and University basically on the TCU campus! GO!
The rest of the weekend was slow, uneventful and WONDERFUL! We all needed the relaxation!