Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Babies Babies Babies! And A Little Preschool On The Side

My husband and I went to parent orientation this morning at my son's preschool and there were 3 newborns there. And when I say newborn, I mean, newborn as in 5 days old and 8 days old! The third one was about a month or two old. There were also two pregnant women. OH MY! My ovaries are screaming Release an egg! Release an egg! This one wants another baby!! I think my baby days are over, but my my, how a newborn gets me flushed. I just love them! I wanted to nibble on the little ones (babies are so yummy!), but I'm pretty sure their mothers would not have liked that! :) Luke's preschool is great. He went to summer camp there and he loved it, so I'm not worried about any separation anxiety with him. I'm so excited for him! This is the start of something great.

I'm almost finished with the crocheted toddler dress, so photos will be soon. I'm done with the skirt and am working on the bodice right now. With some luck I'll finish tonight and block it tonight or tomorrow morning.

5 comments:

SewAmy said...

I am the same way, I see a baby and my heart screams for another one. But then my head takes over and says No. LOL Good luck with preschool, it will be great I bet.

Yes, my name is Arizona said...

I'm much better today...the twins woke up in the middle of the night last night and the first thing I thought was, "Boy, I don't think I could handle another baby!" lol! Plus, I like fitting into my old clothes. I feel like myself again.

Philigry said...

cannot wait to see your dress! i know what you mean about baby fever...I am trying to talk my husband into number four.

Tracy said...

I also have 'felt' the desire for another baby & then remember that I still have not slept through the night in about 3 years - am I crazy?

Shannon said...

Yay! So glad Luke is doing well.

What you need to do about that baby urge is agree to watch a 2 month old with colic...cured! I speak from experience:)

Headin' over to check out the dress.

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