Yes, I'm still pregnant. This is starting to remind me of being pregnant with Violet. After all the trouble trying to keep her in, now it's looking like it may take a while to get her out. Nonetheless, I'm very glad to be considered full term and not have to worry about having a preemie.
We finally had our hay baled. Due to the drought, we haven't had it harvested in over a year.
I like seeing those round bales sitting in the meadow. They're so cheerful.
My mother gave two dresses she knitted and crocheted for me when I was a little girl. Violet will be able to wear them soon. I remember wearing the green dress with cowboy boots.
Ug. My poor herb pots are so dead and neglected. I look forward to being able to have pots of thriving herbs again some day. Maybe I can manage some by autumn. We'll see how things go with the new baby.
Auntie Grandma Marcia found Violet a car with appropriate people.
She loves that there are 2 car seats. Violet seems to be working a lot of things out through playing with the little girl and the new baby. Violet Doll spends a lot of time telling Baby Doll 'the way things are around here'.
If you have kids, you know how careful you have to be around them. They pick up everything you say and do. It's sometimes a little disturbing to have a little person mimicking your every action. It makes you pretty aware of your good and less-than-good habits. Apparently, I say "O-Kay" a lot.
Someone watches Daddy like a hawk. Note the yogurt shaving cream beard at breakfast this morning. Goodness.