Margot's room is also finished. I promise to take some pics and post them soon. I have her car seat, still in the box, but I have it. I also have a few gowns to bring with me along to the hospital and a going home outfit. Other than that, not to much is done. But hey, it's a third child I figured we would wing it. Although buying some diapers to have at home when we bring her home may be nice. And we may need to pick up a few other things for her to wear, since I cannot find any of Meredith's clothing she wore the first year of her life. I have no clue, we have combed through the attic and came up with nothing.
This weekend though I got a bug up my butt to cook some meals to freeze for after she arrived. Round here in Southern Mississippi, your church normally brings you food for months, but we aren't baptist or Presbyterian....we are Catholic....and in true Catholic fashion they only bring you over a 6 pack to celebrate the birth of your child. I'm kidding, but catholics aren't big on the meal thing.
I'm not saying that no one will bring us food....my friends and mom are great and have already told us they will keep us from dying of starvation. So these meals are for after those are gone and I am too tired and have one of those days that I can't locate my head much less plan and cook a meal. These are some frozen chicken casseroles that I can pull out the freezer, whip in the oven and voila'! Dinner is served.
I have to admit my fabulous husband helped me out and without him I probably couldn't have done it. We tagged team cooking and taking care of the kids and then he did all of the packaging and clean up! God I love that man!
So here is my day of cooking...I'm more of a chef than a photographer so use your vivid imagination. Here are most of the ingredients for my 6 chicken casseroles!