Mother’s day.

First off I would like to start this post with saying happy mother’s day to all the moms , soon to be moms , step moms , foster moms, adoptive moms , and the women who are wanting to become moms or who have lost a child/baby.  

Im so lucky to be able to say that I am Elizabeth’s mom. I know we haven’t gotten to meet her yet , but in 3 short months I will be holding her in my arms. Already being her mom is the greatest gift I have ever been blessed with , asides being Dustins wife , of course. 

As of Saturday ,  I am 25 weeks pregnant!  She moves around like crazy.  The past few mornings when I’ve woke up , she’s been pushing on my left side.  I love being able to see her pushing and kicking.  I’ve been craving ice cream and milk and cereal.  I have my glucose test on the 31st.  That’s just an update about the pregnancy.

Today Dustin and I went to church with my parents ,  then we went to see his parents and nephew’s.  It’s been a pretty good day. I cooked pinto beans and cornbread for supper. Now Dustin is asleep on the couch and I’m on the loveseat binge watching glee on Netflix.  He’s having to work 7 days a week right now until further notice.  It totally sucks , and I miss him so much when he’s gone to work , but I know he’s doing it for our family.  My cousin went to a book convention a little over a week ago , and today she brought by a bunch of books for me.  I was in heaven.  I’m so happy I have more books to read. Yes , I am doing this blog post on my phone! 

Thanks to everyone who has taken time out of their day to read my post.

-Brandi Haggard


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