Saturday, May 17, 2008

No News

That is to say, I have not yet had this baby.

My official "due date" is not until May 21, but I've been hoping (as all expectant mothers do), that this is one project that would be delivered a bit early.

Can't project manage these things...

In the meantime, I've taken the last week off from work to do things like: hang out with my kids and husband, garden, cook, fold laundry, hang out with my parents, get my teeth cleaned, nap, knit, and various nesting projects.

My instructional design postings will be sporadic, at best, over the next few months. Unless I decide to post about the absolute lack of instructional design manuals that come with new babies!

6 comments:

christytucker said...

Will you post some pictures for us? You don't have to be like Mark Wagner and post pictures from the hospital (which I generally would think is crazy, but his wife looked amazing even after labor). I'd love to see a few from after you get home and settled in though.

Christine Martell said...

Cammy,
Thanks for letting us know how you are doing. We've been doing this crazy comment challenge, and I've so been missing having you to commiserate over the whole process. Wishing you an easy birth. Enjoy the new add to the tribe.

Sue Waters said...

WOW Cammy this is soooo exciting :) . Have you finished all the knitting? Like Christy I would also love to see the photos and hear how you are going but understand time will definitely be an issue.

Perhaps you could start an instructional design manual for new babies?

Dave Ferguson said...

Actually, the basic training guideline for parents forms the core of Hellmanism, a philosophy with tenets found on the lids of mayonnaise jars:

Keep cool. Don't freeze.

Laura Jaffrey said...

Best wishes to you and your family, Cammy. I've enjoyed your posts immensely, and will look forward to anything you contribute, sporadic or not. Hope the the birth goes well.

Cammy Bean said...

Thanks for all the loving comments! I'll do my best to send forth info at some point...now that there is, in fact, a child to admire.