Tuesday, November 26, 2013

WHILE I EAT TURKEY, HE DELIVERS BABIES

The past three years, Derek has worked the full Thanksgiving "weekend". It's something I think a lot of wives, families, and children look forward to each year--- having their loved ones home for the holiday. For me, it just makes me more thankful for this guy. I knew long before the medical life started that holidays, heck, even Saturdays would be far from normal in our house. These are still "work" days for people in the medical profession. Derek started (his only) 2 week OB/GYN rotation this past Monday and was told to work on Thanksgiving. When he texted to tell me that he would be working that day, my response was something I have gotten very used to saying, "I figured! We can always eat leftovers at midnight!" So while I get my first round of turkey, sweet potatoes, and stuffing (Can we side track here and say that stuffing is literally manna from heaven? Okay, thanks.), this boy will be helping little turkey day babies be brought into the world. Which, is pretty dang cool if you ask me.

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  1. Turkey babies! How fun! (if you have to work a holiday)

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    1. I'm afraid he will say "GOBBLE GOBBLE!| to them!

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  2. Love, love, LOVE this picture!!! You guys are the cutest!!!

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    1. Thanks girl....just trying to be as photogenic as you guys. ;) xo

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  3. O-K, THIS picture is the CUTEST. EVER!!!! Seriously. And, way to keep up the good attitude amidst husbandless holidays....next year I'll be getting my share of that missing holiday stuff....oh yeah....and 4th year and however many years of residency...ha! lol. Hope I can keep as optimistic as you in those times.

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    1. It's all part of the process! You can..just remember, this is not something selfish. It's for YOU too! All the hard work, long hours, and nights sleeping alone are for you and your babies!

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