Thanks to the ever-so-wonderful Kaitlin, I have a dresser for the boys. It's my goal to wipe it down this week before anything goes in it (not that there's anything to go in it right now anyway). I also washed a set of sheets and mattress pads and put them on. It's crazy how real it seems the more and more the nursery gets organized. There is still a lot of stuff piled here and there, but small steps are being made.
I even started to make room for baby items in the kitchen and bathroom cabinets. I figure it will be easier to begin the transition now instead of when I'm a new mom, deprived of sleep.
As proof of the progress I have made over the last couple of weeks, here are some photos I managed to snap today...
I cleared out these shelves and stored blankets and extra linens.
The cribs with the sheets and bumpers on.
I put all of my diapers in the baskets. It just looks to great!
Lastly, Eric and I thrifted this small chair last week. Isn't is super cute?!
In regards to the actual adoption, I haven't heard anything yet. I am planning on emailing our agent once the two week mark comes around since the adoption was complete in the Congo. I was told that the passports take 1-2 weeks and feel that it wouldn't be pushy to check in at the 2 week mark.
In other news, we sold our car and bought something else. It's just a bit more practical for our new family size than the BMW. I am now driving a Honda CRV. It's cute and compact, but has some added room, especially in the trunk.
Well, that's all I have for now. If I hear anything from our agent, I'll make sure to update. Now I'm off to kick this cold's butt. Goodnight!