Hello little one,
how are you tonight?Â I’m exhausted.Â I gave up on working for a bit today and took some time out to go grocery shopping with your dad.Â We now have hospital snacks for the birth bag.Â And some food for this weekend!
YAY – we are going to the beach again.Â S arrives tonight from Sydney – you and I are going to the airport to get her – and then after our visit to the obstetrician tomorrow we will head off down the coast.Â Â The others will come a bit later in the day after work.Â Â AHHH.Â 4 days of nothing.Â and friends in a house on the beach.Â and food.Â Â I’m going to cook Galaktoboureko.Â Â Yummo.
And we are going to swim.Â It might be a bit cold.Â But whatever.Â Â I’m hotter than normal still..
So.Â You’re obviously moving downwards as those sharp twinges that the pregnancy books warned me about are happening in much more earnest than before.Â I believe its your head banging against my cervix.Â A bit like shooting pains up from my groin.Â Â But I’m thinking its a good pain as it means you’re moving closer to engaging.Â So its all good.Â Keep it up.Â And you’re still totally crazily active at the moment.Â Its like vesuvius down there in the lump that is my stomach.Â Â So you’re doing something.Â I have heard that generally babies go quiet for a day or two before coming out, so I reassured S today on the phone that you weren’t going to arrive early while we were at the coast.Â She was a bit worried you might just pop on out.Â And that everyone at the house would then want to accompany me to the hospital.Â I said that they’d all just stay in Byron & then come and visit after you arrived, and that she would be lucky as she’d be one of the first to meet you.Â Â Which got her excited.Â But then she exclaimed, “But we couldn’t have the Bombe Alaska.Â I mean, we could bring it to the hospital but I don’t think they’d let us light it!”
Mmm..Bombe Alaska.Â See, you can look forward to a life with us of eating well.Â Â I am looking forward to S’s Bombe Alaska and the beach…