We Must Be Crazy.

With a baby on the way in January, you would think that we already had enough on our plates.  But then we had to go and buy a house outside of the city that needs a little love and care and sell our loft.  It turns out the buying and the selling were the easy parts.  Now we’re moving 2 weeks before the baby is due and starting 3-4 weeks of renovations on the floors, walls, kitchen, and bathroom!

I am starting to panic.  Not only will we be living with my mother-in-law while the renovations are going on, but we’ll be living with her over the baby’s due date!  We’re losing our midwives and our planned home birth and transferring to an area where they don’t allow midwives in the hospital.  I have absolutely no idea how it’s all going to pan out.  Best-case-scenario: Transfer to new midwives and renovations are complete by the time baby comes.  Otherwise, transfer to new midwives and have home birth at mother-in-law’s house.  Eek.  The whole point of a home birth was so that I could RELAX in my own environment…right.