Friday, September 12, 2014

Fun Life Updates

Life is getting exciting at the Street home!

First I want to share some more pictures from our gender reveal two weeks ago. A friend of ours, Rhyanna Ketron, took pictures for us and did a fantastic job! I love that she was able to capture every moment of such a fun event!

I now invite you to relive this fun time with us!

Oh the suspense!


Our first look at the ultrasound and my SIL explaining it to us...
Although it was pretty hard to miss, he's definitely a boy!

Happy tears over our little man!

Family celebration!

Family and friends!

Last weekend, we painted baby boy's room!

I. Love. Gray.

Vintage sports theme!

Each day we get more and more excited to meet our little guy! We have a name in mind, but I'll wait to share when we are 7315745894751% set!

In other news, my husband got a new job! Two new jobs actually! Woohoo! A few weeks ago he started working part time for a little church in Siloam Springs as their youth pastor. This is such a great opportunity for him to get his feet wet and discover if this is the direction the Lord is leading him to full-time in the future. Today, David is working his last shift at Mimi's Cafe. He has been waiting tables there for nearly a year and a half. This coming Monday he will start his new full-time job at Harps (a local grocery store around NWA with about 75 stores). He will be working in their offices in the loss prevention department. Another great opportunity for him!

And our last bit of exciting news, we bought a car!

Dave's new ride!
Between both of David's new jobs, he will be driving about 300 miles a week. Whoa! This called for a car with much better gas mileage than his truck. So we found this sweet little deal! A '99 Honda Civic with only 80,000 miles on it! What a steal!

And finally, an update on the growing bump. I'm 22 weeks today, but haven't taken my picture yet, so this is a week old, but here you go! 2-week intervals from 17 to 21 weeks. Yay!

"This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it."