Friday, December 18, 2009


So I guess we have known for almost 2 months now that we will have a little bundle of joy here in June. It's kind of scary to think about, but exciting at the same time. It has also been a little harder than I thought it would be. Now that I am finally over being sick ALL the time I have started to get tired throughout the day for no apparent reason. I worried about what it would be like when the baby got here and how life would change, but the truth is life has already changed. This baby already dictated everything I do. I have only been to the grocery store twice in the last two months, cooked about 3 meals (which is low even for me), and skipped out on a lot of events. I don't mind at all, but I am ready to get back to my normal self. My question is what do mom's do that already have one or two kids when they get pregnant? If we had a child already poor Matt would have been doing it all. Thank goodness we don't, because he has been studying like a mad man for the last 2 weeks, but we takes his last test today and I get my husband back!! WAHOOO!!! Then I will be ready for Christmas and some breakfast casserole.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

A Griswold Christmas

I had to move the RV from in front of the house to take these pictures and they really do not do it justice. We still have some lights we want to line the walk way with, but it has rained every night. We usually do simple white lights around the garland, but this year we finally stock piled enough lights to do it up right!! Who would have ever thought I would want to do a tacky Christmas? I am slowly turning into my mother. If you could see our lights real time you would see that they colored lights in the garland blink, it just makes it all that more special. We thought we had a ton of lights, but they really don't go that far. We plan to add lights every year as they go on sale and will continue to take donations of old lights you don't want! HA! I hope everyone that drives by enjoys our lights as much as I do. Merry Christmas.