Anyone doing anything fun? I had a work trip and got back late last night and I'm still pretty tired today. DH told me he's buying the UFC fight and inviting people over, so I guess we're having a party. Other than that, I need to get DD some new shoes, which means a trip to Denver where there's a Stride Rite. I learned that Sketchers Twinkle Toes don't last very long and are not made very well at all.
We are doing a walk for JDRF tomorrow with my work and then afterwards my work bought everyone tickets to go to Carowinds for the day, it's a local themepark, so that should be fun.
Other than that just need to clean house and get ready for the baby. I have my c-section on Tuesday for little girl #2!
BTW, I love Stride Rite shoes. Ava has wider feet and I have to get her tennis shoes from Stride Rite. I can usually get away with sandals and dress shoes from Target or somewhere like that, but for some reason Stride Rite is the only tennis shoes that fit her feet good. Good luck! Shoe shopping with a 3 year old is never fun in my opinion!
Jackie (27) Bryan (36) Ava 10/14/08 Baby Girl 2 Due 5/4/12
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