Friday, March 4, 2011

Marching Forward

Less than a month until we leave Fayetteville, and North Carolina for our new life in Georgia. The projects on the house are coming together. Every day I am closer to seeing light at the end of the tunnel. Today the shower came. Yesterday we purchased new interior doors and shower components. Tomorrow our hens and our doggy are going to live with J's mom while we move (I'll miss them). Monday, we're packing as much as we can fit into a small Uhaul and going to GA for the week to move things into storage and try to find a house. While we're gone, the contractor is going to come in and refinish the floors and remodel the master bathroom. Then when we get back, I'll have another round of painting to do. And the final packing. We got the house officially listed one day this week which was a huge step forward. Hopefully they can start showing it soon.

I should be packing now, but I'm taking a break. I've been sick, and have had a really hard time kicking the infection. Even after a round of antibiotics I'm still coughing up green snot all day. Baby B is making me really uncomfortable pretty much all the time. It seems too early to be having this much pelvic discomfort and pressure. But then she's carried lower the entire pregnancy. My hips ache, I have contractions any time I am up moving around (which makes painting and pack FUN). Some just braxton hicks, some more like early labor contractions. The slow painful cramp that starts low and radiates upwards. Something like a cross between a menstrual cramp and a stomach cramp. Bending over is nearly impossible without feeling like I am going to puke. I have a hard time being comfortable at night. I hope she doesn't decide to come on out early. I need for her to bake in there as long as possible! My big fear is that I'll have her before we're moved into a house, and we'll have to bring her home to a motel room, or a weekly rental sort of place. I'm trying to take things one day at a time and not worry about what lies ahead, but as we get closer and closer to April, it's getting a lot harder.

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