Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Is it really...

February 17th? Happy anniversary Rog. I'll hardly talk to you today, but hopefully you'll read this. I'm thinking about you, I miss you and I love you. Thanks for nine great years.

Thursday, February 12, 2009


So I'm tired of looking at my top five, but can't really think of a good theme for a new one. Here's what's up anyway:

1. My only goal for the year is to not get any fatter. I'm not going to set myself up for failure by saying I'm going to lose the 50 pounds I need to, I'm aiming low this time...
2. Is it March yet? Can't wait for Roger to be done with all these crazy hours so we can see what he looks like in daylight again.
3. Why oh why did they cancel Pushing Daisies? Yep I know I should have better things to do than watch TV, but it was my favorite show ok?
4. I wish I had an unlimited craft budget. I see so many things on the internets that I wanna make, but I don't always have the funds to do so.
5. I'm so happy and grateful to be able to spend my days with my three beautiful little ones. I've been asked a couple of times in the last week if I work and I'm so happy to say no. Yes sometimes I think it would be so nice to have a second income, but then I remember how I would completely fall apart at the seams if I had to drop the kids at daycare everyday, that's not for me.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Mr. 4 month old happy pants

I took Luke in for his four month check up today. He's the size of a six month old. I don't need to worry that he's not eating enough I guess. We have been really worried about the shape of his head. It's really flat on the rear right side which was making it all misshapen every where else. We thought for sure he would need a correctional helmet. Well the good news ( I guess) is that the doctor was not all concerned and said it will round out when he's five months to two years old. I hope that's true and I always wonder if we should get a second opinion. I hate things like this when I never know what to do. We'll see how things go over the next few months. Hopefully when he starts to get more mobile, it will round out. Luke was 15 pounds and 26 inches long. He's a big kid and he's so darn cute.