This afternoon, I attended a fun baby shower for my friend, Linda's daughter-in-law, Sarah. Sarah's due date is mid February and even though she and her hubby have chosen to not learn the gender of the babe beforehand, Linda and I think it is a boy. They have an adorable little girl, who will be nearly 2 1/2 when her sibling is born.
It was evident that everyone else at the shower believes this baby is a boy, too. Most everything was only slightly gender neutral leaning strongly to boy colors and styles.
I bought her two cute onesies--one with brown and cream stripes, and the other one, white with tiny brown and pale blue stars paired with a pair of soft light brown cozy bottoms and a pair of OshKosh shortalls (bought in the boys department). I'm a sucker for OshKosh. All of my kids (girls and boys) wore boys style OshKosh overalls and I know Sarah will girly everything up, in case we are all wrong, and she is carrying a little girl.
So now I am at home relaxing. Bruce had a softball tournament this weekend and is on his way home. We're going to grill some chicken for dinner and serve it over a green salad filled with lots of fresh garden ingredients.
We're making the most of every last moment of our weekend and our warm weather.
I am really not ready for Monday.