Thursday, September 13, 2007

15 More Days

Only 15 more days, until I am allowed to decorate for Halloween. My husband has placed a no decoration in site rule until that time. If I had it my way, I would celebrate Fall and Halloween year round.

Cameron is on a final interview with Bank of America for the Branch Manager position. If he gets offered the job and it is the pay that we need, we will probably be moving in the next 3 weeks. I am nervous about the whole thing. Its always a challenge to move and get to know a new area. I am excited though about getting a house, and a yard, moving during the fall, and to not work ANYMORE! Nothing of course is set in stone, but we are excited about the change.

Emma has learned a few new sentences so far. She can say, "I don't want to", "I want that", and "What's that?". Along with her other favorite words, "Mine", "No", "Bye", "Shoe" and "Blankie". She is getting quite the vocabulary down, but unfortunatly some of those words weren't what we hoped for. I guess that is the way the cookie crumbles. She still can say "Thank you", although it is coming out less and less. We are working on "please" and "Yes". I am also trying to teach her Trick or Treat. She is growing up so much! I love to see her learn something new. Just today she threw a tantrum because she wanted to wear something other than what I put on her. So she tried to take those clothes off. When she didn't succeed, she tried to put on the clothes she wanted over the other ones. That was interesting to watch.

As far as my pregnancy goes, everything so far is a go. I have an appointment on the 19th again. I probably won't find out what I am having until October, but if we move, I am going to ask that he do an ultrasound before we leave. I really will miss my doctor. He is one of the best C-Section doctors in Arizona, and I am nervous to have to find a new OB. I don't get as much indegestion anymore, and my appetite has really improved. I am trying hard not to stuff whatever I see into my face. It is cooling down here, so pretty soon I will be able to walk in the mornings again.

Thanks for all the support, and we will keep you posted.