We got some things for the nursery at Ikea (it's a quaint little Swedish mom and pop furniture boutique, but maybe you've heard of it), so that's getting closer to completion. It was fun getting a whole new round of people who hadn't seen Kelsey's belly and hadn't said congratulations and shared in all the excitement in person. And, in case you haven't heard me mention it before, the Twin Cities are awesome in September. So go up there sometime and hang out by a lake. They have 10,000 of them, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding one.
Lila is still kicking like a nutter, which is a good sign, and Kelsey got a call from the doc this morning regarding her test last week. Good news- no diabetes. Shazaam. We're going to celebrate tonight with some ice cream. Plus it's Kelsey's first day back to school today and it seems like ice cream mends the wounds that twenty-two first graders inflict. Come to think of it, I can't come up with a problem that ice cream can't solve. I think I just discovered the solution to fix the world. To the bat cave.