|PuddinPie's birth is forever|
linked to the Twilight series...
and he proves this by showing
his support for Team Edward!
Three years ago, a neighbor loaded me the first book in the Twlight series. I read the first two in November 2008 when the older kids were sick and we were stuck at home. The movie opened the 20th and I told Adam that I wanted to see it in the theaters and he could have a "daddy day out" to see the Star Trek movie. He agreed.
The afternoon of the nineteenth I sat on my labor ball in the basement and read "Edward's story" on line. Yes, I wasted a perfectly good nap time on Twilight! I thought that I could rest when Adam got home and, anyway, my hips were hurting too much to lay down. That night, my water broke.
Then we had Georgie and I never did get to see it in the theaters. It wasn't until March that I paid to see it on-demand at home. I did the same with the second (or was it third?) movie; I watched it at home on-demand while I worked on nursing Cole.
It is perfectly fitting, then, that on the eighteenth my friend, and PP's godmother, and I went to see the first part of the last movie in theaters. Adam scored free tickets so we went. It was a GREAT mom's night out and a way to kick off his birthday weekend. (And being birth junkies, we wanted to see the birth scene and ended up being VERY glad we never gave birth to half-vampire babies!)
|the singing birthday cards... not a hit|
|I thought it looked like Meep. He thinks it's a cow.|
It tasted good.