Induction is scheduled for Wednesday morning beginning at 6am. The kids are very excited about Rex getting here. I went into the office at Stella's school today and the ladies in the office knew that Rex would be here in 3 days, that his name is Rex and how to spell it. They obviously had a little convo with SJ, proud big sister. Everything we've been doing is our last this or that as a family of 4. We did our last trip to Gattitown this weekend with the Burriss 4. It was only 2 million degrees in there, so yeah that was fun. The babies liked it, had yet another highly nutritious meal and "won" some amazing junk.
S and Y playing in their new tent... with the potty moved in there of course...
While SJ was at school today, Yates and I did some heavy machinery stalking. We followed a garbage truck around and watched him empty about 10 huge dumpsters. That was awesome. We found lots of bulldozers, excavators, backhoes, bobcats, some guys replacing and welding up a new sign outside of a restaurant and even a big ford f350 stuck in the mud up to its running boards right on Lovers Lane. We really wanted to wait to see him get pulled out, but just couldn't wait long enough. All of it was super cool and we followed that up with our Mighty Machines video. "dig, dig, dig, dig, diggy"
Tonight we made our last trip to Houstons has a family of 4... maybe our last trip ever. S and Y could not sit still at all. Having them ricochet around the booth gets old really fast.
The highlight of today was having Lane take my maternity photo. She did an amazing job and I owe her huuuuge! I think they turned out so good and I'm so glad I decided to do these photos on this pregnancy and not the other two. I weighed a good 15-20lbs more at this point the last 2 times. Sick! Anyway, thank you, thank you, thank you Lane!