This is my man. I snuck this picture of him praying. It's him having a personal conversation with the Lord about his daughter coming and how scared he is...
...will you join him in praying?
Cale has been saying he is very "freaked out" with the whole situation. As time has kept going of waiting for baby Nora to come, its caused him to be more anxious. This morning has been a little more so.
He's also been very confused. I went to get checked by the midwife today and Cale later made it known that he thought we were dropping him off at Joe's house and then going to the hospital to have the baby. Once home again...there was no baby. This was all very out of sorts in his mind.
God's perfect timing! We of course are so very ready to meet this baby girl but we want it to be in God's timing not our own (not that we have much of a choice!).
Peace to fill our hearts. It's always an emotional time waiting for a baby to arrive (not like I actually really know this, I just assume!) and we want to claim peace!
Wisdom for our Midwife. As many of you know, we have chosen to have a home birth. We're very confident in this decision. Our midwife is amazing and we're so thankful that she loves the Lord and is praying for wisdom as well!
Safety. This seems to be on Cale's mind a lot. His biggest fears and stress comes from me being in pain when I'm delivering. We talked this morning and he said, "If God made the accident happen and it's bad, he can make something else bad happen." We talked awhile on this but it's a real fear for him.
Thank you for praying. Thank you for loving us. Thank you for your sweet words.