301. The overwhelming generosity and love that the Body of Christ has poured on our family.
302. This post. Just scroll down to the blue box entitled "What a Mother Must Sacrifice". Absolutely beautiful.
304. Naptime. Just being honest.
305. Super fantastic conversation with a good friend visiting from out of state. love you.
306. Getting to share the laughter and the tears.
307. Isaiah 9
308. Christmas parties.
309. Get to see our baby again on Monday.
310. The sweet librarians we get to see at story time.
311. The right words at the right time.
312. A thoughtful husband who puts the needs and wants of our family before his own.
313. Being reunited with our family in just a few short weeks! I am only afraid of the emotions that may come blubbering out of me. I know they say your hormones are supposed to even out at some point during pregnancy...I feel like that has not been the case for me this time. Good luck to anyone who has to hang out with me in the next 3 months.
314. That Roman is learning to say how he feels. This morning when he woke up at 6:00, I told him he needed to go back and lay in his room for a little longer. He responded "I am very angry!" I laughed, but it's exciting that he'll have words for that instead of crying.
315. That Joe has started giving the boys foot rubs before bed. They love it and it's calming.
316. A blanket and a book when it's cold outside
317. Decaf chai. They have it at Dutch Oven Bakery in Boone now, which makes my life so much more complete.
318. Baptism class tonight. In all honesty, I'm not that excited about it considering we have been through the class before, but I'm excited that we'll have a sweet baby to baptise in just a few months!
319. Red-headed boys in the morning.
320. Classic Christmas movies. Roman loves Frosty the Snowman and Rudloph.