Patiently waiting and talking with a friend
Its getting lighter out! And this is my excited dance.
And at last! The buses pull up to the ramp!
And thankfully I had absolutely no problem picking him out!
So after we got back I lost all track of my iPhone, turned off the computer, and closed the laptop. I didnt have to make sure I opened AIM at least once a day so it wouldn't shut off and I didnt need to make sure the house phone was within reach when I sat on the couch. I haven't got my own glass of water in almost a month, and I'm really loving having him home! Now, like my sign says, we have just been trying to get ready for Liam to get here. That could be any day now! Wow! I must admit, the only challenge that we have come across with this redeployment home is my own anxiety. I'm not sure if its the impending labor or some kind of residual thing from the deployment, but I'm not ready for the hubby to not be near me, especially at night. I'm ok when he goes to work in the morning, but I need him here at night. Its not like he isn't, they aren't going out to the field or anything. So I know how silly it sounds. I'm just not quite ready to let him go yet. I'm even sensing some anxiety about letting the baby sleep in his own room when he gets here. Which is new, because I've been all about him sleeping in his crib up until this week. So I hope my fears will ease once we welcome home my other boy.