And obviously, no baby. I gave up yesterday evening when my shoulders felt completely dead. See, I had played Wii Fit and had played the game where you have to flap your arms and move your weight to move your Mii in a bird costume. I only played that game for a couple of minutes but my arms definitely feel it. I'm just glad I wasn't holding weights while playing.
See, we thought that maybe Katie was waiting to come for a certain reason. We had prayed that she would wait for us to be able to do one last thing, except for Tuesday night, we decided we were going to wait for her to come but we're still needing her to come within a certain time in order to make this very feasible for us. So now the question is, how do we convince her that we don't want her to wait anymore and that we want her to come sooner? Poor girl, she's not even born yet and we're already confusing her.
Speaking of confusing, we received 2 books from my sister-in-law. She said that they've really helped her with her kids. Her most recent baby was sleeping through the night at 8 or 9 weeks, maybe sooner I can't remember.
One basically says to make sure you attend to your baby but to not go rushing to her side every time she cries. Instead, know if she really needs something or if she's just crying herself to sleep. The other book seems to state that swaddling, shushing, swinging, and stopping your baby from crying is best. I'm glad she's coming into town tonight (and moving here to Utah!) because I have some serious questions for her.