October has flown by in the blink of an eye. We are pretty much all settled into our house, and have now been working on projects like painting the baby's room, hanging pictures on the walls, and staring disdainfully at the last 3-4 boxes that need to be unpacked. (Isn't it ALWAYS the case that there's 3-4 boxes of stuff that you're like...why do I even OWN this? WHO NEEDS 50 PICTURE FRAMES?)
Stay-at-home mom life has been great. Small Fry and I have found tons of stuff to do; there is never a boring day around here, that's fo' sho'. I am so happy that I'm getting this time with him alone before the baby as well. He keeps me VERY busy. :) And, I can't believe that I can now say Tater Tot is due NEXT month. That's insanity. Part of me just wants the baby to get here already, while the other part of me is freaking out because THERE'S TOO MUCH TO DO! Isn't that always the way...
In other news, my brother did get married last month (as I mentioned), and he had an absolutely fabulous wedding day. Much fun was had by all, his bride was gorgeous, and Small Fry was a very flippin' adorable ring bearer. Driving 8 hours each way while 30 weeks pregnant is not on my list of things to do again, but in this case, it was worthsies.
|Wedding time for me, Small Fry, the Hubs, and Tater Tot (hiding in my ginormous belly)|
The October 2013 Fave/Least Fave picks were tough, because I really had three AWESOME reads that I couldn't decide between, but in the end:
October 2013 Favorite: Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
October 2013 Least Favorite: The Stranger You Know by Andrea Kane
In total, I read/reviewed 5 books:
Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
The Stranger You Know by Andrea Kane
We Are Water by Wally Lamb
The Dinner by Herman Koch
Otherwise, I gave my thoughts on the World War Z movie, and we talked about my inappropriate internet search habits.
Oh and also, I FINISHED my Goodreads goal of reading at least 60 books this year! WOOOOOO! Savor that, because when this baby shows, methinks 2014 won't see nearly so much reading. Le sigh...
I hope you all have a great November! I am really stoked for Thanksgiving this year, as we are hosting and it will be tons o' fun to have our whole family at the new house with us for a few days. Hope all my other (American) friends have big turkey day plans on the horizon as well!