At Home Depot two nights ago a nice lady stopped us to ask when the baby was due. I told her May 13th. She thought about that for a second and then her eyebrows shot up and she said "you are gonna be HUGE!" Yeah, I'm kind of realizing that too.
Anyway, it was a good trip. We got a programmable thermostat, some paint for the nursery ("water sprout"), wood putty for the crack in the front door, and some random painting tools.
Ross also bought some sandpaper. He told me he wants to sand and paint the front door. I hope he doesn't mean now, in the dead of winter, but one of the first things I learned about marriage is that trying to have these conversations in the middle of Home Depot is a bad idea.
I called the hospital today to ask about classes. There were three I was interested in - a birthing class, a breastfeeding class, and a baby care class. The breastfeeding class is the cheapest, even cheaper than meeting with a lactation nurse, so I will probably do that one. But the others...I don't know. Can't I just learn everything I need to know from TLC's Baby Story and the internet?