BEST WESTERN Durango Inn & Suites
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... blowing up with texts from Jane, Katie's mom...'She's pushing,' 'I think I heard Juanita say it's coming,' 'I hear crying!!!!!!' 'It's a boy!' Each text felt like hours in-between but really it hadn't even been a minute. I'm bawling. I haven't cried this much in months. My heart feels so happy it's about to burst. I now know that the birth of a baby brings so much joy, happiness, exhaustion, change, worry, ...
- Had to stop to gas up after traveling 258 miles.
- Also got a flat tire and got help from AAA but had to pay around $175.
- During all this craziness, got a bite to eat and spend around $10.67.
- Going to head to Mesa Verde Camp Ground and going to sleep in the ...
... parents bought all of us dinner at a Chinese restaurant. Delicious. SUS (the southern route for Bike & Build) sent us a mysterious package full of head shots and profiles so we pursued through those. Dinner was good; I sat with Carlee, Tay, Leash, Mitch and Katie. As we walked back to host, we stopped in a local bookstore. And anyone who knows anything about me knows how much I love a local bookstore. Mail time! Huge thank you to my sisters, mom, Aunt Karen, the Blades, Janet ...
We decided to skip Capital Reef National Park/Bryce Canyon and detour to Colorado. It was amazing coming across the state line and watching the terrain change back into a colorful mountain region. We rolled into the town of Cortez just in time for Happy Hour, then headed up into Mesa Verde National Park where we set up camp for the night. We found a great little site that required all food to be put in your car for the night due to bears.
We woke up to a ...
... to the placenta deteriorating and complications with delivery. As for our situation, both babies are head down and we are on track for a normal birth. Things could rapidly change, of course. Often after delivering baby A, baby B will shift in the womb ('Finally, more room' he says!!) and the doctor will need to make the call...pull the baby out by his feet or emergency c-section. We hope for option A but know that we need to be flexible to ensure the baby is okay.