Sunday, May 20, 2012
Molly is a very curious and interested little girl. She asks lots of questions and wants to understand things we talk about. Yesterday she brought out some water and told us we needed to "hydrate". She still enjoys playing and talking with her imaginary friends, which consist of Mimi, Dida and Kayla and Ella (these last 2 names are new!). She has Ali talking to Dida (Molly says she gave Dida to Ali) and Ali often puts Dida in time out or says she is being naughty, naughty, naughty! Oh, my girls are funny.
Molly is also into makeup recently and notices and comments on girls and women being beautiful. I can't believe it's already starting with her! She wants to wear mascara and lipstick and told my mom as we drove to graduation and she was putting on mascara in the mirror in the car, that she was "fabulous"! She comments also about how she wants to be big and older than other people. She gets upset sometimes when other kids are older than her.
As far as the baby goes, I have nothing to report. I've taken myself off of bedrest essentially since my back is feeling much better. I know that laying down wasn't helping the process of getting him here though! I got a pedicure last night hoping that might make something happen, but alas, no! Still no contractions, although in the past my water has always broken first, followed by contractions. I don't ever remember having braxton hicks with either of the girls. I go in tomorrow, the day before I'm due, and I'm hoping we can have a talk about inducing for maybe the week after? I really prefer to have everything happen naturally, but being 2 weeks over doesn't sound appealing! Molly's singing and dancing recital is this Tuesday and I didn't think I would make it, but who knows now! I just might. And that would be fine. Maybe baby boy is letting everyone have their special moment, then he will come??
Were you on time, early, or overdue with your kids? I'm interested to know! I thought with my third there was no way I would be late, but now I'm second guessing that!