Gosh, I was dreading Easter in a major way. No egg hunts, basket opening, dinners, dressing up… I felt sad but I knew I shouldn’t be on this day. I kept trying to remind myself Jesus died for our sins, I could probably handle a lonely Sunday.
But! My husband came through and even though I knew he and Brady were coming to visit, he brought along my in-laws, a basket with my favorite sweets and eggs to dye. Brady and I may have ruined a blanket and turned the sink red but it was worth it. 🙂
Then grandma and grandpa hid them and he got to have a nice little egg hunt around the hospital. He loved it! I’m wondering if next time he comes if he will assume there are eggs waiting for him. After that we took several wheel chair rides and he just snuggled me under the blanket soaking in the fresh Spring air.
After everyone was gone I started contracting. They were the worst ones I have had so I was pretty concerned Paityn was on her way out. I chugged a bunch of water and they gave me more procardia (the contraction meds) and they went away, thankfully. The nurse checked my cervix (and so did the doctor this morning) and I’m dilated 1 centimeter. Nothing to worry about right now.
Boy, what a difference a year makes, huh?
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.
Devin's Mom says
Looks like fun! Brady has changed so much.
Zookeeper Jess says
Oh my! He is SO big now! I’m so glad you got to spend Easter with him and get out and enjoy the weather with your family. I’m sorry you were contracting and dilating. I’m glad you’ve reached that 28 week mark and more though. Stay in baby girl!
cute pictures, I’m so proud of Guy for being such an awesome husband for you! Keep on baking that baby girl, glad they were able to stop the contractions. See you soon!
~The Neaves Nest~ says
I’m so glad they brought the Easter fun to you! And that the contractions stopped!
I’m so glad they were able to bring Easter cheer to you! What an amazing husband and little boy. Also glad the contractions stopped.
Lucy Marie says
So glad they were able to bring some celebrations to you. And also extremely glad that P decided not to make an Easter appearance. Maybe she’ll hold out until Mother’s day!?!
Jess @ DudeandSweets says
This is lovely. That your family came to you to make some memories.
And I hope that little one keeps herself IN where she belongs.
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