Our big, bubbly, bouncing, blond 35-year-old baby boy is coming in.
I've been making space. I wonder if I could have fit into those black jeans I bought in 1991. Or breathed, if I did.
And I took those dresses I bought with my mother in 1990 off to a Baptist mission store. The dresses were pretty, still are, if more befitting a thirty-year-old than a 54-year-old, but they did represent the last shopping trip I took with my mother. She always pushed me a little harder than I would have gone, and I never regretted it.
The boy will be hungry, and that spells some serious expense.