Thursday, January 22, 2009

Well we actually got snow here the other day and the kids were thrilled. They went in and out all day long. Since we never get snow they have no cloths to wear in the snow so they would come in to change into dry cloths after being out for a short time. Lets just say I am glad it is just about gone today and will be gone after tomorrow since it is supposed to be 6o degrees.

Well the kids kept asking me to make a snowman with them and I told them I was not very good since I had probably only made a few in my life and that was when I was a kid. So I went out to help and we made a little one and they were happy with that. Well today Brian was home and he went out with them and made one before the snow all melted. I think it is easy to see who grew up with snow and who didn't. I also threw in a few pictures I have taken of Carleigh this week.

Mountain Man

Here are some pictures of 1998

Mount Temple, Alberta

I'd die if I tried this today.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

CARLEIGH at One Week

Here are a few pics of our sweetie. The last picture was taken in the hospital and the rest a couple of days ago. She is such a good little baby, last night she went 8 hours in between eating. I don't think I could ask for a better baby. She reminds me of Caty-lynne, that little girl never once woke up in the night to eat. Well we are doing good here and everyone just loves little Carleigh. Hope you enjoy the pictures.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

More Pictures of Carleigh

Welcome Carleigh

Hey All

Robin's Delivery was uneventfully successful.  She's the 1 push wonder.  Here are some initial pictures of our bundle of joy.  Enjoy

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Almost Pushing

5 is nice, but 6 is better

Mom has been here for a week and very graciously extended her ticket for several days to stay for the baby.  Robin convinced the doctor to induce her today, so we are at the hospital and Robin is on the drips with contractions every 10 minutes or so.  No progression in the last 10 days since the false alarm.  

The kids were so excited last night that I don't think Bri slept all night.  He told us that he was up all night with a hot sweaty face because he was thinking about the baby coming.  I couldn't sleep because Robin was coughing and kicking the bed.  Hopefully little Carleigh comes today.