I know I may live to recant this, but with our next kid we are not co-sleeping the way we have co-slept with Harriet. End of story. Do you realize that I have been talking about Harriet's sleeping issues since she was eight weeks old? Eeps! These have been eight long months of sleepless nights. But I should quit talking about it and move on to something else.
Like moving! I have been packing most of the morning. We are moving on Friday, which seems like it is coming up rather quickly, but the reality is that Steve's last day of work is today and we don't have that much stuff to move. We were debating whether or not my parents should bring their SUV down to pull the trailer, but we realized the other night that our car is capable of towing such a small trailer. We are scheduled to get a hitch tomorrow and the trailer on Thursday, so hopefully we can get everything in boxes by then. We are trying to keep Uhaul in business, it seems.
The trip to Nebraska last weekend was quick, but I was so so so glad to be there to meet sweet baby Jemima! She arrived on May 7th (Jacob's birthday), weighed 7 lbs, 7.5 oz, and has the loveliest crop of dark hair you ever did see. She is just precious and I'm crazy-excited to be an aunt. If you haven't already seen the loads of pictures on Facebook, here is a link to her album of birth pictures: Jemima
Being in the delivery room after Jemima's birth brought back a flood of memories about Harriet's delivery. Kylie was taking pictures and when I walked in she said, "Doesn't it make you want to have another one?" I responded, "YES!" So yes, baby fever is rather catching and it's taking over a lot of my thoughts. Of course I treasure these more grown-up-Harriet moments (i.e. I'm not engorged right now), but having another baby would be so wonderful. Oh well, we'll wait and see. In the meantime, H and I will spend many an hour over at the Clevi abode, snuggling that sweet baby up.
Harriet is napping right now, which means that I should try to get some more stuff in boxes. Whee.