Thursday, June 5, 2008

Nesting

So, just in case you've been wondering where I have been (i.e. not posting on my blog), these are the things that I've been doing:
Making homemade strawberry freezer jam:

Finishing this quilt (and not liking the colors, so. . . .):


Working on another quilt:

Mopping the kitchen floor (a major feat for me):

Painting the man child's room:

Growing a man child in my womb (he looks a little squished in there, don't ya think?):

Let me tell ya, I got to see his "parts" and he's DEFINITELY a BOY!!! Yeah! (I always worry they were wrong or something).

8 comments:

Diana said...

so much fun to have a boy! the nursery looks GREAT! i hear you about mopping. it takes me an hour to do my 1st level. YUCK.

daveandabbyjohnsonfamily said...

So thats why I have not seen you in FOREVER!!! I miss you, we need to get together before you have three kids! Let me know if there is anything I can do for you!!

tara said...

Mopping my kitchen floor is a major feat, and I'm not 18 days away from having a baby! Hang in there!

Annie H. said...

Hey, glad you are doing well...I'm not worried about the baby being squished as much as I'm worried that the chart has someone elses name on it. :) It had Tara Cook's name on it...that's your doctor I hope! I can't wait to see pictures of the baby. I like the quilt and the colors in the room. Do you have a final name picked out?

Jami Jackson said...

Great post!! I was afraid you had stopped blogging, but you have just been super busy. I LOVE the baby's room (I can't call him "man child") and I love both of the quilts. I can't believe you have had the time and energy to do all of that!!! I am AMAZED!! You just forgot to put a picture of you on there. I'll do it if you do it . . .

kira said...

yea. once you see the parts you know there isn't a mistake!! The grey looks great in the little guys room. Have you picked a name yet?

Natalie N said...

Okay, Man Child has got a DARLING room to come home to. Way to go, Kim! And 2 quilts PLUS mopping!?!? You're my hero. Nothing like nesting to get things ready for the baby. Keep those projects up, and he'll be here in no time! :)

Abby said...

You have been SO productive! My nesting pales in comparison. (AND you have twice as many kids, but I'll stop comparing now.) It all looks beautiful--the fruits of your labor, I mean.
My husband has two weeks to put the house back together...why we started rennovations under the gun, I do not know. Meanwhile I stand by, helpless.