We loaded up the van last night & headed out early this morning to do something so very dear to our hearts before #3 arrives in just 17 days! Any guesses????
Here's a little hint for y'all...
Charleston here we come!
Wyatt loves Luke's toys...maybe that's because he picked them out?
I think little brother will be very well entertained!
We made it! Lots of Annabelle Baskets & goodies in tow for the precious heart babies!
We all get the greatest joy in sharing this tremendous ministry!
We made a quick visit to see Andrea (one of Annabelle's nurse's at her home) on the way and I got my hands all over her little babydoll (who is almost 5 months old already)! Since we were just feet (or a few miles) away from the outlets, my wonderful hubby & son who both despise shopping allowed me a bit of time to stock up on some much needed fall clothes for my eldest. Who, by the way, is now wearing a size 7 pants! I about flipped! And, y'all, they are not that big on him either! The shirt size is even more depressing...8's. I am still having a little bit of a hard time with this new reality...can you tell?
Once we got home, we had 2 special packages waiting for us. One I was anxiously awaiting and one very special surprise!!!
I've been searching out cute brother shirts for the boys & decided on these. I didn't want it to look too juvenile for my size 8 t-shirt wearing 5 year old or too big boy for my newborn.
Wyatt can wear his with brown shorts & Luke has some super precious babylegs that are white and baby blue stripes that will be darling with his onesie (Thank you, Danielle!).
There was also a very unexpected package at the door...from Annabelle's cardiologist, Eric Graham. The note attached will definitely be a keepsake, too. The blanket is huge and so soft and I know we'll treasure it for many, many years!
That about wraps up our day trip! Now, what's for dinner???