So, the rest of yesterday...It was a LONG day. I went to the doctor in the morning and the girls went to play with Nana. Originally I was just planning to bring them with me, but was so thankful I didn't because I ended up waiting for quite awhile. When I am by myself it is actually quite relaxing to be stuck in the waiting room...I got lots of reading done :-)! I've had some questions about why I'm being induced and everything with Preston is fine! I was induced with Ella because my body never started laboring by itself (I was in Provo still with her). With Addie I had the same doctor I have now (who I love) and she noticed something weird on my 20 week ultrasound and had me go downtown to a specialist to have it checked out later in my pregnancy. Luckily, everything with Addie was fine, but the specialist noticed I have Celiac Disease and recommended to my doctor that she induce me 1 week early. I still can't figure out why it makes a difference, but I wasn't going to argue :-). We ended up pushing it back because once again my body wasn't preparing at all, so this time we are just planning it to be the same as with Addie. I just can't believe he is coming in a little over 2 months...ahhh! I am beginning to get stressed out about being ready in time :-). We just ordered the bedding for the crib and now we have to get the girls situated so they can adjust before he comes...I'll keep everyone posted! Anyway, we did laundry and ate lunch with my mom (thanks mom!) and then we still had to head to the grocery store (I don't know why I scheduled the appointment on a Monday, never again).
I was a little nervous about how Addie would be at the store at this time of day, but she was great (and so was Ella, but she always is). They read books and were being really good so when an old man saw me and said, "Boy, you have your hands full!" I must admit I was a little offended. I'm sure he just said it because he saw I was pregnant and had the other 2 already, but really, I've seen many mothers when I'm out shopping that really do have their hands full (including myself on certain days), but I didn't consider myself one of them yesterday! The amazing part of my trip was that I kept the groceries for our whole week under $50!!! I know I'm not to the point of doing it every week yet, but I am so proud :-)! Practice makes perfect and I really feel like I'm starting to get things figured out!