I'm still pregnant!
I have an Internet connection!
During the moment this afternoon when I realized the Internet was going to work it would have been difficult to say which of those two things I was more excited about. . . I feel like I have been readmitted to the world, even though I'm still stuck in a hospital bed.
I've been composing posts in my head for the last eight days, but now that I can actually put something here I am completely overwhelmed by my jumbled thoughts.
I think I'll fill in some of the details of the past week over the next few days. And I hope you want to know every single detail of my life on bedrest, because I'll be putting it here. I'm bored! What else am I going to do?
Thank you so much to everyone who stopped by and left a comment letting me know you were thinking of us -- you have no idea how much that means. It is pretty awesome to know we have such great friends and family and I do believe it helps to have lots of people out there saying prayers and sending general positive thoughts our way.
This blog may feature a little less Harper than usual, but I'll pass along stories when I get them. Here are a couple:
Last night Harper was helping make up some beds at our house and said to my in-laws something like, "I'm really good at this. I could teach this."
Harper has been giving Matt a bit of a run for his money this past week. One day he was taking a shower and when he finished, he emerged to find the carpet in our bedroom was wet. Upon questioning Harper he discovered that she had taken the big plastic cup we use for her bath, filled it with water from the toilet, and tried to pour it over Rebound to give him a bath. I must say, that sort of thing is so much funnier when it happens to someone else. (Sorry Honey.)
I would be remiss if I didn't say thank you to my mother-in-law, Ann, for lending me her laptop with wireless card. You cannot possibly imagine the way the hours flew by this afternoon/evening as I caught up reading emails and blogs. Keep writing people, you are helping me maintain my sanity.
That's enough rambling for tonight, but I'll be back soon.