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A better day

I woke up feeling much better emotionally today. Thank you for all of your sweet notes and prayers. I felt a little off. I was crampy and nauseated so I decided to lay low in the bed for the morning while Taylor was off golfing. My mom showed up which was probably a good thing and got me out of bed. We went through this HUGE tub of clothes Brit and Becky had sent over. Man, is Burke set on the threads. Everything is pretty much organized and we made a list of things I don't have. Mom wanted to go ahead and pack my hospital bag and put the car seat in the car but I just can't do it. I remember so well doing that when I was pregnant with Mamie and I am just scared. I think we might just leave the car seat out in his room and when the time comes throw my stuff together for the hospital. I did pull out a few things for Burke for the hospital though.
It was really nice spending the afternoon with my mom just visiting and not sitting here by myself letting my mind wonder too much. Now I am going to relax on the couch and eat some pizza that Taylor picked up.
- Sarah


  1. i'm praying for you sarah. i have no idea what you are feeling. normal pregnancy fears mixed with everything you've been through. i'm sending lots of love your way...

  2. love ya girl! you're almost there! i can't wait to meet the little man! we did the same thing. i had finley's bag ready but we waited to put the car seat in until the night before. so hard...and emotional. he will be here before you know it! i am anxious to hold him :) continuing to pray!


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