Well, hopefully all of your shopping is done, wrapping and baking is getting done and you’re starting to revel in what this season is all about. We’re done with our shopping and I have 1 gift left to wrap–if it’ll ever come in the mail! I have done no baking this year, for obvious reasons, but due to the love and generosity of friends and family David and Cora have still been able to partake in Christmas goodies! 🙂
It looks like this year we’ll be having a quiet morning at home with just us–David, Cora, Molly, Baby Sprout and I. Plans have changed (David’s dad and step mom were planning to join us). It’ll be different, for sure, but I think it’ll be nice. We’ll then head down to Akron to spend the afternoon with my family. That is always lots of fun, and I’m looking forward to going. Tomorrow, my sister and her family and my parents are coming so we can all exchange our gifts and spend some quality time together just the Reynolds. Every year it gets more and more exciting as children are added to the mix and the ones already born get older and gain more understanding of what’s going on! 🙂 This year we’ll have Sophia, 6; Riley, 2; Cora, 21 months; and Haddie, 9 months! 🙂 It’s gonna be a good time!
We’ll be heading to Columbus for New Year to spend with David’s mom and step dad. We’re looking forward to that! While there, we hope to connect with the small group we had joined while we lived there. So, should be great!
I’m glad I’m feeling so much better now and can enjoy Christmas and New Year without too much nausea joining me. I still feel some nausea throughout the day, but rather than it being overwhelming and forefront in my mind it’s taken more of a back seat and isn’t nagging–PRAISE THE LORD!!!!!
I hope you and your family have a very wonderful and blessed Christmas and happy New Year! Blessings to you and yours!