(Skylee before the busy day happened)
Friday we had an interesting day! I'm not a superstitious person, but it's a strange coincidence what a bummer the day was. Ryan was gone for a few days in Virginia at a military basketball tournament that his unit entered. They planned on being there until Saturday, but when they lost their first two games, they came back home on Thursday! He didn't have to work on Friday anyways, so we decided to get a few things done. I had a doctors appointment Thursday while Ryan was gone and they suggested that I pre-register at the hospital for when I go into labor in a few weeks. Ryan came home with an ugly pinky finger that really hurt him, so we thought we'd just go to the ER to get it checked out. They took an x-ray and found it wasn't broken, just a good sprain.
(Ryan in the ER waiting for the x-ray results)
While we were there he figured he would get his ingrown toenails taken care of. He's had the procedure done before, but claims it was the worst pain he'd ever been in, but really needed it done again. It wasn't so bad this time around, and hopefully they won't return!
(Ryan's nasty toes, after the numbing shots...looks like his toes are going to explode!)
After he was all done we went upstairs to get me registered and now I'm ready to go! We had to make a trip to the store for a few items and ended up locking the keys in the car! I HATE THAT! Ryan's spare key was at home, so we had to call a few people to catch a ride back there to get the keys, bring them back, and be on our merry way. That would have been great and all, but it didn't happen like that. Ryan left us at the store when he got a ride to the house, couldn't find the keys, came back, and the missionaries got the door open. This all took 2 hours! Luckily Skylee was in a really good mood, even without a nap, so we just sang songs and ate snacks to pass the time. Ryan's keys ended up being left at the hotel he stayed at in Virginia! The rest of the evening ended up being a nice one, we went over to a BBQ with all our Coast Guard friends there and had a great time catching up and visiting!