Trying to show off the 15 week bump!
Once the boys learned it was time to go to church, our little heavenly morning took a turn. I mean a complete 180! There was screaming. Screaming they had to leave the baskets, screaming in the shower, screaming about wearing decent clothing... all that is early morning church maximized to the fullest extent. We made it late, but we made it, and church was good. Sometimes on these difficult days I wonder why we bother to even make it to church, but when I am there I feel something. I know my kids do too, and that we are being made better because of it. Then I realize that every effort is yes...definitely worth it.
We spent our evening at my in-laws. Juggling holidays is always such a hard thing, but I married into such a wonderful family I can expect to always always have a great time. They make the loveliest meals, and this meal was just about as perfect as a meal as anybody could hope for. I'm still dreaming about that ham sauce! LeSueur's are never short of good food. And that's how I fell in love with Jay. After dinner and a short program, the grandchildren set out for their annual Easter egg hunt. Will found a dollar in one of them. He has already set it aside with the rest of his pennies for the new bunk bed he is saving up for. I really hope his wife doesn't mind sleeping on a bunk bed because at this rate....
It really was such a nice evening. I am just so thankful to be in my second trimester if it means I get to finally enjoy a good meal. I have been feeling so much better this time around and getting really anxious for this bump to pop out. I have never been a fan of this in-between stage. Pants are just not fitting quite like they used to. I've decided I'll be living in dresses/skirts all summer anyways. Oh pregnant bodies. Such amazing things, but hard to dress nonetheless.