Those who plant in tears will harvest SHOUTS OF JOY. They weep as they plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the HARVEST.



Psalm 126:5-6

Saturday, February 12, 2011

2 Weeks

Well today I have two weeks until my due date. Things are changing just very slowly which is fine with me. I seem to always do this the last month. Just makes it easier on me when the day finally comes.

Daddy and I went to Omaha and bought the last of the things that we need. We are going to get the co-sleeper set up in our room this weekend. Baby clothes have been washed, birth kit is ready, meals are planned, and now we will just wait until the Lord decides for this little one to be born. I have a different feeling than I ever have before. I can't explain it. I don't like the labor part but I don't seem to be stressed about it like I normally am. By now I am having sleepless nights wondering how I am going to get through the labor. This time I am just having sleepless nights because I am uncomfortable. So for now I will deal with my sleepless nights and dream about thsi new little one who we will soon be welcoming into our family.

5 comments:

Ali said...

Yay, the first one to comment!

I am SOOOOOO excited for you all! I am looking forward to hearing that your little one has made his way into the world :D

Hugs from Texas,
Ali

~SALLY~ said...

Awwwwwwww....Can't wait!!! :) Are you having a home birth? I don't remember what you said about that. Praying for you!! :)

Susan said...

Yes Sally we are having a home birth. We had our first three in the hospital and then had our fourth at home and love it. So hopefully it will be sooner than later.

~SALLY~ said...

I'm SO jealous! With my past c-section, Lupus and Strep B issues that I have had with both pregnancies...I don't think I will ever be a good home-birth candidate. Although, I would love that! I am so happy for you though...blessings (and happy pushing!) !!! :)

Leanne said...

Susan, hang in there!

I keep trying to remind myself that in April, all of this will be a distant memory.

Thanks for being a faithful reader and a consistent commenter on my blog!