Things are great. I love being a mom. I dread the day I have to go back to work. To even think of leaving her makes me want to cry. :( I just want to stay home with her everyday. I really wish that was an option and it is but at what cost? She would suffer b/c we wouldn't be able to give her the things we want and other opportunities so it's a hard decision but I need to go back for her. We intend on moving i n the next few years to get her in a better school system and we couldn't do that if I quit my job. It's sooooo hard though. She is already changing and yesterday her belly button fell off. I was happy to see it go so I don't have to worry about it any more but sad b/c it means she is changing already. I can't tell you how much I love her!!!!!
Hey.... we're home. The doctor says he'll see us next Thursday for our c section at 9:00 am. She's coming in 8 days or less whether she wants to or NOT! I'm so happy it's almost over. PHEW! I hope you are well.
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