We did, however, learn how one couple's birth plan got thrown into disarray when they fell ill, which got us thinking that we need to develop a birth plan...
Sunday morning was spent brunching, and again, debating potential names. While we are still no closer to a decision, we have narrowed the field a little. When I say a little, I mean that we re-ruled out several of the names that we had already ruled out, and some variations on their spelling. I also started to consider the initials our little son or daughter will have. Some weren't so good (I.R.A, N.V.A, M.M.A - a lot of fighting acronyms seem to end in A), but some weren't too bad. I figured if he or she made it to the Olympics, and somehow the initials ended up U.S.A, all the Americans would be chanting for them. Of course, finding names that we like starting with U isn't easy - and neither is rearing an Olympian, I suppose - but it'd be worth it.
Our breakfast turned into a shopping trip (she always gets me with that), so now we are almost kitted out with the basics (special thanks to some friends from the rugby club for their second-hand bed). Bruce seems to be getting increasingly worried that all this new stuff is not for him. He's becoming increasingly sooky, especially at night. It's like he's trying to reaffirm his place as our first priority, which is super cute, but hopefully he'll accept the new person who will take up most of our time in a few months.
For now though, we're preparing for my parents to arrive, hopefully bringing all the stuff that Meg has ordered online. Hopefully it'll mean less shopping trips for this guy for a few more weeks!!