I like to visit Laine's happy home anytime, and on this visit I got to see the baby's nursery and feel him kicking and rolling around in his happy belly home. I could always tell when Laine was nearby because I could hear the familiar sound of hands moving across fabric because she rubs her belly all the time. She's big and round and a world all of her own, and I love it. This little boy is so very loved, and we're so very excited to meet him.
And now, here are the pictures!
Evelyn and Laine on a Friday night, just reading comics and checking out pictures of cats. The baby would kick hard enough for my sleepy Sue to bounce and jiggle, but she wanted to keep snuggling her aunt.
This is Evelyn shortly before she said "I want to take a nap." We left her with her Granddad and to Laine's Saturday shower without her.
And here's Laine's lovely gray and yellow baby shower that her friends hosted for her!
|I made this.|
Sara made a friend.
Here is Laine being a creep with her beautiful new mattress.
Here is Mom being a creep with Leah and trying to convince her to stand up her friends so she could have dinner with us that night.
Here's some party animals on a Sunday afternoon. Evelyn was good friends with Robert's parents. It's been a while since she's seen them, but she really enjoyed all the pictures and videos of the other grandbabies on Mrs. Patty's phone. Also, Mom and Dad bought her Legos on this trip and she and Mr. Guy built a few walls that she called castles.
|Other people are upset because they're watching the Cowboys game. Otherwise, this was a pleasant day and Mr. Guy's birthday!|
Again, the afghan. I'm proud of it! I finished it around 2:30 on Friday morning and managed to shove it in a gift bag in time for the shower and Laine liked it and it matches the nursery and I've never made a blanket for a nephew before!
Before Laine's church shower, I took some family pictures of everyone looking nice.
Both sets of grandparents.
Laine's side of the family.
Laine's church shower was fall-themed.
Mom bought Sara and Evelyn a princess puzzle to keep them quietly occupied in a corner.
I loved the cheerful decorations.
After Laine opened her presents, we packed up our things and went home (after stopping back by the house to rescue Boris the bear).
There was a lot of this:
Mercifully, Evelyn slept through nearly half of the standstill traffic on I-40 and was pretty cheerful after she woke up. I promise this is a fairly cheerful face. She enjoyed reading to herself from this book.
And now we're home. We have a few days to get ready for Laine's shower this weekend and see what other kinds of good things this baby will get! I'm already excited to see more of my family again.