I loved yesterday. My roomate came into town and we had a great time. When we got back home, Jason and I blew up our mattress bed by the TV and just laid there together watching football and baseball. It was so relaxing and peaceful! I love those moments with my husband. I felt like we were two teenagers in love and hanging out again. He turned to me towards the end of the evening and said, "Isn't it so neat how I am married to you. I sometimes look at you just think...your my wife" I admit I was laying there earlier thinking the same thing. This is my husband...the man I depend on, go to for advice, vent to, and share my deep thoughts with. He is with me forever....and then of course my mind went to....he is the father of the child that is in me right now."
On Saturday, we celebrated sweetest day together. My roomate was in town, so him and I got up at 6:15 and laid in bed adn talked till about 7:00. We talked about the sweetest thing about eachtother and I can't remember what he said to me, but I told him the sweetest thing about him is how he is as a father already. He is so helpful around the house and with running arrands that he is not only doing for me, but also the baby in my belly. He is already being a dad to the child that will soon be born.
Yesterday I wasn't feeling well, I had been sleeping and woke up and the laundry timer sounded to show it was done. I went upstairs to start to fold the laundry and he said your not feeling well go downstairs and I am going to do the rest of the laundry. It kind of turned into an arguement becuase we both knew we both were tired and not feeling the best and both wanted to help the other one out.
I am so grateful for where the Lord has brought us. God is so faithful and so good. How can I leave room for doubt for God to be faithful to my child, the future of our family, the selling of our home, the health and protection of those we love?
When my mind wonders and I begin to worry about my future, all I have to do is look at my life and its' history and see God's faithfulness and it will renew my hope for what is to come!