Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer

Sunday in my jimjams

I have had such a relaxing, happy weekend and today I am resisting the urge to "get up" - ie I am still in my jimjams!

Friday we had some beautiful flowers delivered from Chris and Jenn to officially celebrate our news, which was a lovely suprise. Today I finally sent an email about baby-to-be to our friends and family and got lots of nice replies, including from a UK friend who is expecting no.2 at about the same time as me! Nice to have another baby buddy :-)

On Saturday I had a haircut and colour, plus got all my "chores" done and tackled the washing mountain! Went into town and bought some *cough* larger, but NOT maternity clothes. I was a little shocked that the Espirit grey trousers (which are too large at the moment) had a UK size 18 label in them. THAT CAN'T BE RIGHT!! Anyway, I should manage for the next month or so with the clothes I have. I also had a lovely long gossip with Jenn (sister-in-law) and also caught up with my parents today. They have finally booked a flight to come and visit us in April!

Higlight of today was doing the ironing, and then redoing my nails. If I'm very good, I might even sort out our finances in a bit. Plus, I have just had a very long skype call with Jane, my friend in California!! As you can see from the snapshots below, I have a batch of bunnies to make, one of which I have to do this evening!

Tags: family, friends, hair, happy

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