These past two weeks, I have been advised by the doctor to get some rest as she senses that I am contracting more than normal. It’s a good thing that my company allows for work-from-home arrangements so it’s a win-win situation for me as well as my team in the office.
At 34 weeks, I am glad to be relieved of the stress from the commute going to and from the office…well, at least for two weeks. I stay at home (mostly in bed) for most parts of the week and get some work done with my trusty laptop. ☺
During weekends, my trips are limited to bare necessities such as OB-Gyne check-ups and attending Mass. I’ve made exceptions though for two events that were arranged especially for Baby#3. 😊
Last September 12, my sisters-in-law planned a baby shower with S. We usually have Sunday lunch at my in-laws’ house so that was the best choice for venue. They went for a Mickey Mouse theme and decorated the house with balloons and banners. We were joined by my closest girlfriends who willingly joined the games that S and my sisses prepared. It was a such a fun, albeit short gathering!
This Saturday, September 19, we were treated to yet another shower party, this time hosted by my mom and sisters. It was mostly a family affair of my relatives and cousins but there were a few of my highschool and college friends who joined us for the occasion.
As usual, my sister, Faye took care of the creatives (she opted to go with the “little man” theme executed in green and blue color scheme) while Kat took care of the food and dessert table.
Of course, a shower wouldn’t be complete without games and our big family is up for anything! See how competitive they can be for chocolates as prizes! 😃😃😃.
I was just a happy spectator with all the commotion going around me. By the evening, we were all exhausted from all the laughing and shrieking and eating…but we truly had a lot of fun.
Our baby has not yet been born yet but is already showered with so much love and blessings by our families and friends. Indeed, we feel so overwhelmed by their love and support and are very grateful for these wonderful people in our lives!