Monday, February 23, 2009

It has been a while...

Sheesh! Time seems to just fly by sometimes. Well, so our weekends have been kind of crazy. Valentine's Day weekend we spent at St Louis Children's Hospital with Colin. He had croup and ended up being admitted and even scoring an ICU bed. Croup usually isn't an ailment that requires hospitalization and yet both Colin and Erynn have stayed overnight with it. Colin is doing fine now, although we did have to postpone his ear tubes surgery. It is a little bit of a bummer, since I know he is bothered a little bit by them, but the doctor only goes to the children's hospital once a month. I certainly didn't want to put him through elective surgery when he was sick. So the new date is March least he can recover with both Mom and Dad since that is a Friday.

This weekend wasn't very good at our house either. Lydia came home from school around 11:00 after she threw up. Tom also came home with a stomach bug and fever. Needless to say it was quite an exciting weekend. Lydia seemed to recover very quickly...thank goodness, but Tom and I kind of laid around. Everything seems to be back to normal now though! We are hoping to be healthy for at least the next few weekends! :)


Monday, February 9, 2009

Random Picture Challenge 5.0

Again, as per here is my picture...

This is my 10th folder and 5th picture from the end. Colin and Erynn hanging out in mom & dad's bed. Erynn is again wearing no clothes and probably happy as a clam. Colin seems to be looking for someone sane to hang out with! :)


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

My little dare devil

So I have always known that Lydia was outgoing and adventurous and would try many more things that I ever would have at her age, but she amazes me all the time. She has been taking Rock Climbing classes at the YMCA and at the second class she climbed all the way to the top. I am excited (especially for her) that she is willing to try things and doesn't let too much stand in her way. I can only pray that she continues to "march to her own drummer" and be her own person.