Thanks to everyone who voted on our baby poll. We've had a fun and exciting morning as we had our 20 week ultrasound and found out if our baby is a boy or a girl...unfortunately, you all have to wait until we announce the sex to our family tomorrow night.
The poll ended with a total of 28 votes...75% for boy and 25% for girl.
Last night I made my first quilt block. I was so excited to take a quilting class for enrichment and we had an excellent instructor who was very patient with me. It felt so good to use my sewing machine and create something that will be great! It may not look like much but I'm excited to continue working on it.
Ok, I wish I had had the presence of mind to take a picture before I cleaned this up...but just picture it in your mind. Rylie and Saige were in the bathtub...I went in to find that they had made their bath in to "chicken noodle soup." I had a liter of good conditioner in there for their hair. It was in a pump bottle and yellow in color. They quickly found that if they pumped it out into the bath water it made long "noodle like" tubes that floated in the bath. When I found this mess (which took about a minute) they had used half the bottle of conditioner and their entire bath was full of yellow noodles. I was running late for an appointment so I quickly showered them off and ran out the door. Later I asked Rylie why they did that and she simply said "Because we were making chicken noodle soup."
This has been and adventurous week for us. Saige started with a fever on Thursday that lasted through Sunday. Then Rylie started with a fever on Monday, that only lasted the day (YAY!) We then went on to nasty coughs all around. Saige decided to stay up all night on Tuesday night crying and in pain from an ear infection. Thank goodness for antibiotics. And, just when I thought we were getting over it...Rylie was up all night last night with a fever that is lasting through the day. Evan suggested pulling the E.T. contaminated barrier over the house until everyone is better. He says he would visit in his haz-mat suit.