September 24- October 17

Wow! I can’t believe I am OVER a month behind in posting my 365- well, actually I can believe it- lots has happened this past month! Heres to catching up…

September 24: raspberry leaf tea – trying to get labor started…

September 25: at doctor apt-  2 days from due date!

September 26: 40 weeks- last chalkboard preggo picture

September 27: due date… nursery ready, baby not

September 28: love getting to introduce my mom to my local friends and their kids

September 29: mom getting to know the camels on the side of the road…

September 30: 40 weeks + 3 days… still waiting

October 1: al kaas- a local coffee shop for men only where Chase has spent many nights hanging out with his local buddies

October 2: Starting the induction… wasn’t sure how long we would be staring at these green curtains…

October 3: the birthday of our sweet Lydia May McGough! Overjoyed.

October 4: bath time… brrr its cold in the outside world!

October 5: Eskimo kisses for Gramzi

October 6: First manicure

October 7: visit to the hospital for Lydia’s heel prick

October 8: first restaurant- Fuddruckers in Adu Dhabi

October 9: tour of the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi

October 10: 1 week old… love this face!

October 11: home sweet home for daddy’s birthday!

October 12: getting some fresh air

October 13: Go TECH!

October 14: newborn photo shoot

October 15: hanging out with dad

October 16: sleepin with dad

October 17: 2 weeks old… Lydia and Gramzi- makes my heart happy

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    One Response to September 24- October 17

    1. The Kowals says:

      Brittany, I am seriously impressed with how much you are blogging with a newborn — good job mama! Ps. I think she looks like chase which is adorable that she is so pretty and still looks like her dad (i guess that means chase is pretty? ha.) She seems so sweet and you are adjusting to motherhood so gracefully. I love reading the blog it makes my heart happy and I totally love Lydia, she is so beautiful. Congratulations a million times over — new life is such a blessing. Miss you guys!