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[Comments] (2) Thankful A to Z: I'm not really comfortable posting daily Thankfuls on my Facebook page, because I think it's a little too personal for random people to see. But since no one reads my blog, it's probably ok to do it here! I am borrowing the idea Jill is using this year and doing a daily-ish thankful alphabetically throughout November. Theoretically. I'll be in the hospital some of that time. I haven't been posting daily, but I have been thinking on this in the evenings.

A is for America: It's not India. That's all I need to say.

B is for Baby: I love being pregnant! I hope it's not our last one. Once the throwing up is over, and I start feeling little baby kicks, I think it's so awesome to be carrying a little person inside of me. Of course, I also can't wait for him/her to come out and meet us!

C is for California: California is awesome. The weather is great, the atmosphere is great, the diversity is great. We love our house and our area and our ward. I'm so glad we moved back.

D is for Dalton: Oh, how I love that boy. He is the sweetest thing. He is silly and adorable and smart and charming. What more could a mama ask for in a little man?

Newish Ward: A couple weeks ago, four of the wards in our stake were reorganized into 5. This wasn't unexpected and the new boundaries are about what we thought. We also expected to be sent to a different church building, but we did NOT expect 1 pm church time. John remembers that we enjoyed that time when Dalton was a baby, so hopefully we will like it, because our new time continues through 2013.

In the meantime, today was our first day of 1 pm church, and with Daylight Savings, it was a long morning! I made cookies, the kids watched some Duck Tales, and watched Daddy play "silly alligator game" (Where's My Water?). We went for a long walk. The kids had a bubble bath. John practiced the piano.

John was called to be the Primary pianist, which is his dream calling. I don't have a calling yet, which I might blame on impending childbirth if I thought the bishopric capable of remembering when women are expecting babies (nothing personal to this particular bishopric). No worries; they'll find something for me soon enough. The wards were too big and there were not enough callings, hence the reorganization.

The kids really enjoyed Primary. Maggie found that a friend from school is in her new Primary class. Dalton got to go to sharing time for the first time (so BIG!) and they did playdough in senior nursery. Very ambitious.


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