Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Another Sunny Day at Last!

Hi again!
Well it is about time. Today was finally really nice out! Although the weather man said on the 5am news (during my mid-night snack) that it might snow again tomorrow or Friday! Ahhh!

I think I am going to post a couple of pictures of the nursery today. It's all done!

I had another doctor appt yesterday & baby E is still breech so it is looking more and more like May 9th is the day. I am very excited of course. I just have that small fear in the back of my mind that I am going to psych up for this & then baby E is going to turn at the last minute & they will kick me off the operating table, wipe that yellow stuff off my stomach, take out my i.v. , make me put my huge ugly maternity clothes back on & tell me to go home and wait until my water breaks which won't be for like 4 more weeks. Well, what is meant to be, will be, right?

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

BEAUTIFUL DAY April 23, 2008 37 weeks

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Wow, today was a beautiful day in the Twin Cities! So we took the dog over to the sculpture gardens and managed to snap a few photos.... Baby E is still breech as of yesterday so it's looking more and more like May 9th will be his birth day!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Our most recent family pic

Here we are in Black River Falls, Wisco on Sunday 4/13. We were picking up the minivan. What a good looking family, eh? I am going to want to burn burn burn these pics in a few months!

The Emmer Family Our First Blog

Well we are busy getting ready around the house for baby... and with that comes the need for a new family web site. Hopefully this bit of cyberspace will become our new virtual home. Time will tell! Today is 4-15-08 and we are heading to the doctor in a few hours to see if the little Emmerling is still breach. I am crossing my fingers that he is because it might mean a scheduled c-section. I love anything to do with the word 'scheduled.' That means mom & dad would be up here on time for sure. It also means that the babe would be a little early (and boy are we ready!)