They started their trip out right with goofy faces and binoculars
About ten minutes into the trip...
Lincoln loved, loved, loved the Tent!!
Eating dinner...Rick picked his favorite meal-cereal. Being the mom that I am, I fed Lincoln mashed potatoes and gravy with veggies before he left. There will be tin foil dinners in their future father and son trips but while Lincoln is still just a tike, he"ll be spoiled with cereal dinners.... but hopefully never lollipop veggies and licorice noodles with ice cream on top.
Hanging with daddy!
Hanging with grandpa!
Then a little nature walk with daddy. Lincoln had so much fun, he could hardly contain himself. The "big rocks" were so very cool. Haha!!
One more tid bit...a video of Lincoln super excited about that tent
I'm gonna say I'm ten weeks away but it's more like nine. I hate keeping track but it's hard not to, I wish I could be one of those that just goes with the flow of things but I'm a planner and can't control these obsessive urges to deep clean everything in sight and keep cleaning until this baby pops out! I even plan for the possible early labor. It's a disease! I can't help it.
I am so excited for this baby to get here, I can hardly stand it but like any normal person planning to have a baby at home with a midwife, I have moments of anxiety. I don't believe it's normal to Not have those moments. The thing that puts my mind at ease every time are the blessings I am given by Rick. I can't begin to express how wonderful it is to have the Priesthood at my fingertips. I have kept record of the blessings I've received and I look back on them when I'm feeling anxious about the unknown. That has been a blessing in itself and I'm incredibly grateful. My Heavenly Father knows me better than I know myself and I can testify of that in the fullest.
I don't have pictures now but I'll will soon. As well as an update of our latest adventures