Did you think I was going to be writing about ketchup?
Nope, I am just being a dork! This post is not going to be about the tomato based yummy condiment, but about me playing catch up on our blog! Oh boy, will Ben give me a hard time when he reads that! :)
As usual, somehow Ben and I seem to keep busy, but with what I am never sure! I feel like this time of year just starts the busy season for everyone.
We have been working on getting the nursery ready, which has been so much fun to do together! We have all our big items now except for a dresser. We have been patient in finding all the perfect things, for of course exceptional deals. We are not cheap or frugal...I like to say that we just make wise choices in that area!:) When our little sweetie's room is complete I will post pictures AND all of our great deals!
Here is a picture of Ben (well, just his hands) sanding down our glider chair we found at an antique store here in Lynden.
As for my pregnancy I have been feeling amazing! I am so thankful! I have been able to continue running and my body feels great. I definitely get tired at night, and I know Ben would most certainly agree with that statement! Other than that I truly praise God that I have loved every second of my pregnancy! I don't want the time to go so fast, but I am so stinking excited to meet our little bambino...and Ben would agree with that too! :) So, here is me at almost 28 weeks.
As I sit here writing this, Ben has just finished his first cross country ski race! How weird that Ben raced cross country skis, right?! Well, for the second year in a row he is competing in the Ski to Sea race, which is a huge deal in this area! I wrote about it last year, but if you want to read real information about it you can go here. There are olympic athletes that race, but of course not ALL of the athletes are that great! There are 500 teams and many of them just do it for fun! I know Ben is going to do amazing since he always seems to be successful with those things!
I will leave you with our new favorite homemade treat. It is this amazingly yummy cinnamon swirl bread. I was thinking about/craving:) the cinnamon bread we used to eat as kids in my Grandma and Grandpa's church basement, so I found this recipe which ended up being a lot different but SO good!!!!
We love you and miss you all so much! We pray that you are all enjoying your Memorial Day weekend!
“But from everlasting to everlasting the LORD’s love is with those who fear him, and his righteousness with their children’s children— with those who keep his covenant and remember to obey his precepts.” Psalm 103:17-18
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