Baby Bucket List

I am slowly becoming that annoying mother who is only capable of talking about her kid. Most people these days begin having children in their thirties, and I am 23. Needless to say I am not a very relate-able person to my fellow peers these days. Barefoot ( mostly because shoes don’t fit anymore) and thirty six weeks pregnant, there isn’t much to do besides fantasize about when this baby comes out. There are so many things I want to do with her, to share with her and to show her. I decided to make a bucket list for my dear little Raleigh when she decides to enter this outside world. Here are some of my ideas. Maybe you other bored pregnant women out there might want to make a baby bucket list of your own? Don’t worry, I won’t care if you steal some of my ideas. I won’t really know anyways….  With out further a do:

Raleigh’s Baby Bucket List

  • Take her back home to Va Beach and make her a beach baby mermaid
  • Take her to Busch Gardens and let her do all the lame baby rides I grew up going on
  • Take her to the Nashville Farmers Market
  • Make a fruit pizza and cookies- and do this often
  • Take her to Disney World when she’s old enough to remember some of it
  • Meet the cousins in Miami
  • Take her to the Fall Festival in Asheboro that Michael keeps talking about
  • Go horseback riding – do this often
  • Make her a paddle board loving baby
  • Take her on Ginner’s boat
  • Go to Cali with Lauren and take a billion pictures of her in sunglasses and sun hats
  • Take her to the North Pole at the top of Pike’s Peak to meet Santa
  • Take her to the Yankee Candle Factory and Carrabas in Williamsburg with my family around Christmas time
  • Buy her a Great Pyrenees
  • Get Johnny Custards with my Dad
  • Take her to Cummins Falls
  • Take her camping

 

These are just a few I thought of off the top of my head. This list will eternally be growing. I’d love to hear some of your ideas. Leave a comment, and have a glorious day.

Simply,

Morgan

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