Wherever it came from, our trip to TN and back to OKC was great. As always, it's both way too long of a trip and not nearly long enough. It's hard to relax when you have to cover the whole state and spend more time driving to get to who you're going to visit than actually visiting with them. Nonetheless, it was great seeing everybody. (Although there were several people we didn't get to see while we were home...)
Santa was far too good to us this year. My family also had a baby shower for us while we were home. We have enough receiving blankets for triplets, and some of the cutest onesies you've ever seen.
I've found there are some definite perks to being pregnant over this holiday. Perhaps the most important is the total lack of guilt for having another piece of Nana's Pumpkin Chiffon pie - or anything else that's exceptionally tasty. Also, you don't have to worry about people trying to give you clothes... that was especially nice. Next, The Hater didn't huff at all when I announced the need for pit stops along the way (which were not nearly as often as we had feared they would be). Next, it's no big deal to just announce that you need a nap when really you just need a break from family time.
Between ham sandwiches, honey baked ham sandwiches, a Rick's BBQ pork sandwich and country ham biscuits - I'm pretty sure we ate a whole pig while we were home.
And I'm pretty sure that it won't matter how well I've done the last four weeks, how much I've walked, or how many better choices I've made... when I go to the OB tomorrow the scale will doubtfully be scooted further to the right than I had planned. We'll see how that goes.
The Hater has another week off of work, and I have to go back tomorrow. Let the mourning begin... although the most bitter part will happen tomorrow morning when I have to get out of bed and he gets to stay where it's warm and comfy.