Hope everyone had a fabulous weekend!
We got our Christmas shopping completed....as much as we could before flying to Kentucky. We also picked up the rest of baby girl's nursery furniture. We started putting her crib together yesterday and we love it! Here is a little sneaky peek...
Her daddy getting started
Progress....Still need to put the front on
There's the front piece, but the changer/dresser is behind it. And a little piggy bank for some color inspiration :)
We also had a great day at church yesterday. One of our small group buddies taught our large class on the topic of being constantly desperate for Jesus. A great word. The service was unique because it was solely a worship/Christmas concert by the band Future of Forestry. I had never heard of them, but the concert was amazing. Here's a video of them performing Pie Jesu. This is not the greatest quality video, but I really like the song...
Here's their version of O Holy Night. I love the cello!
This group is majorly musically talented. They were playing all sorts of instruments. It was a great little show. It would be a great buy on iTunes!
On a side note, Nate and I had our little Christmas exchange with each other last night. It was fun with just us two (three, counting this growing baby!). Somehow he found some killer deals on camera equipment for me. I now have a wide angle lens to learn, along with some filters, a hood, and a macro extension tube. I also got some other great goodies that I'll post about when I do my Christmas recap with pictures.
We are hosting our small group for our Christmas get-together tomorrow night. I have some cookies to bake for our cookie exchange and a little cleaning up left to do. In the meantime, I have got to finish packing and getting things ready for our flight. I hope the flights aren't too bad. My OB just said to get up and walk the aisle once an hour to keep the blood flowing. I also hope we aren't stuck in any crazy snow with our layover in Minneapolis! We are ready to spend time with friends and family (and doggies) this Christmas!