The storage units arrived today. The clock is ticking…
We’re going to have to provide a lot more information soon but, in case you haven’t heard, we’re moving to Florida. In early August, the Dimberts will be relocating to Hollywood, FL.
Stay tuned for more information.
This is weird, weird stuff.
I just posted the previous item (the snapshot of my odometer) about 5 minutes ago. Almost immediately (and I mean, within a minute of posting it), I was notified of a link back to that post from another blog. I am not going to link to that blog here since I don’t want to give them any more traffic (you can check the comments on that post if you’re serious), but suffice it to say that there is literally nothing in my post that relates to the other posts on that weblog.
I guess I need to upgrade WordPress. Yeesh.
Here’s a milestone in the ten-month journey since I bought my new car:
Hot off the presses, the baby’s name is … Eliezer Simcha.
(Sent from my iPhone)
And it’s a boy!
Mama and baby are doing fine and, believe it or not, there are things I’d rather do right now more than blog. We’re getting to know the little guy and Judi, who was convinced it was a girl, is recovering from the shock. More later. For now, enjoy the pictures.
Things are starting to move quickly here now, so I’m going to post a quick update during a lull in the action. Judi is doing great and her contractions are solid, regular and effective. It’s not easy on her, but she’s a trooper, and she’s making real progress. She has a feeling that when the nurse comes back in to check on her it will be just about time for a baby to show up…
So, we’re at the hospital and the process has begun.
Judi is in a bed, stuck with an IV and answering silly questions about her medical history (“Do you snore or have sleep apnea? Have you ever smoked cigarettes? Have you used any street drugs in the past year?). Once she is settled and they’ve monitored both her and the baby for a sufficient amount of time, the doctor will deliver orders for the administration of pitocin, a synthetic form of oxytocin, a drug used to stimulate labor.
Once that happens, we expect things to get moving pretty quickly.
Another Update: still waiting, but Judi says we’re getting closer. The combination of pitocin and epidural pain relief makes for really peaceful labor. It’s weird.
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For various reasons, Judi’s doctor has decided that this baby should come on a pretty rigid schedule, so we’ve got an appointment tomorrow morning for an induced delivery. It’s more than a little strange knowing that, in just over seven hours, we’re going to have a baby.