I've not had time these past days to think about blogging, nor much else to be honest, as with our sweet Blossom attending a few hospital visits (one for another ultrasound) and our dear elderly neighbour having fallen and broken her ankle, more important things have been attended to.
Like cooking meals and baking for three households, plus the joyous task of babysitting Cully May and Rafaella.
Firstly, the news about Blossom's little boy is that he's still far larger than average and the doctors have decided she should not go further than 38 weeks (she is 36.2 weeks at the moment) so unless she goes into spontaneous labour it looks like she'll be induced around December 2nd. Now, my girl would much rather avoid induction so has asked if you'd join us in prayer that she goes into natural labour just before that date.
The hole in the baby's heart has not closed but she has been assured that he'll be fine.
Today when the girls came over I had baked cinnamon scrolls (Blossom's favourite treat and her request every year instead of a birthday cake) and made fresh blackcurrant jelly (jello) as Cully May has fallen in love with my homemade jellies and asks for it quite often now.
It's very hot here with summer just two weeks away so I doubled a quilt on the floor, spread soft fluffy pillows around, brought out their favourite books, coloured pencils and toys, and cranked up the air conditioning before putting the original Care Bears movie on for them to watch.