These past few days I've been thinking a ton about our life and these next 10 weeks. We're just 10 weeks away from meeting our daughter and forever changing our family of two to three. Somewhere along the way I've forgotten how special and important our family of two is. We've been so preoccupied with getting the house ready for the baby and now we're in the midst of the holiday's, it seems we've forgotten how to just be with one another not working on some home project, cleaning, cooking meals, or our own personal projects. I miss the days of little responsibility on the weekends where we woke up, decided what we wanted to do that day and just did it. Usually it involved laying in a park, taking long walks, exploring new neighborhoods or day trips out of town. I wouldn't trade our life for the world- How blessed we are to own our home and to be growing our family but sometimes, I wish we could go back to those carefree weekends of little responsibility where the only thing in the world that mattered was Nick and I.
The month of December is crazy busy (as I'm sure it is for most) but we decided we're making time early January for one last adventure out of town, just Nick and I.
ps. photo taken by our friends Jess and Brett. I just love it.