I'm thinking of pitching an idea to Lagoon for their next big roller coaster. It would go up and down and upside down and make people really happy and incredibly depressed. I would call it "Twin Pregnancy Hormones."We walked through it on Saturday, made an offer that night, and then our offer got accepted yesterday. That's fast. And now I'm FREAKED. I mean seriously, I've never been in debt before and now I'm signing away my life for the next 30 years? Dan assures me that we won't die from mortage pains. I hope he's right. [Hopefully Jesus will come soon and free us all of our mortgages. Did I mention I'm voting for Jesus this election? Jesus/Romney '08. Feel free to join me. If he gets enough votes maybe he'll come early.]
Seriously folks. Sorry I take it all out on my blog (and consequently on all of you who are kind enough to read it.) Last night after a good cry and a call to my mother (sadly enough for my mom those things usually happen in succession like that) I am feeling much better. I've been reminded of a few things:
Twins easily can share a crib for 5 months (thanks for reminding me Kim). I have 2 really cute crib bumpers Beth gave me (thanks Beth). Plus, in all actuality crib bumpers aren't used for that long. Maybe Maggie is just insane (as mentioned previously) but she started removing them herself at 11 months. And really I don't think I'll be wanting to walk further than the bathroom and the bassinet for at least a month so a stroller can wait, too. I'll just keep reading my twin books and taking deep breaths. The book I was reading last night recommended taking three 30 minute naps per day throughout pregnancy. I told Dan and he laughed. I mean, who can do that? A pregnant lady with a maid, no job, and no children. But if any of you would like to try it, let me know how it goes. Sounds heavenly.
But its not just twin preparations that have me going. It's also this:
Well, I'm dealing better with my stresses today, how are yours?