Thursday, September 25, 2008

You know you're Pregnant when...

Allee 2 1/2

Austin 6 1/2

Morgan 4

So this morning I was listening to a song (In My Arms by Plumb) and I cried my silly little eyes out. I started to think, "I really must be pregnant, because I cry at the drop of a hat. That led me to think about the following:
You know you're pregnant when...

  • You cry at the drop of a hat
  • You spent more time bent over the toilet than you really want to admit to
  • You can't think of the right word at the right time
  • Your brain is FRIED!!!
  • Your husband starts to dread the grocery store as much as you do (because he's doing all the shopping)
  • You use your sore tummy to bargain with your kids to get chores done or for good behavior. Ex: If you clean that up it will help me feel so much better...pathetic I know!
  • You cry at the drop of a hat
  • The thought of food is horrible
  • Everything is overwhelming
Did you catch on to the crying theme...just lately that's all I seem to do. This morning my preschool kids did something really cute and instead of grabbing the camera and documenting it, I ended up crying. CRAZY! I don't mean to sound like I'm complaining, it just seems to come out that way. Really, my husband and kids have been troopers and we all can't wait to find out what this little baby has in store for us.
I decided to FINALLY post some cute pics of my kids that were taken during the summer. Sorry it took me so long Shanna. Hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, September 2, 2008


Well, it's officially been a month since I posted...oops, time just seems to be getting away from me. We got back yesterday from our yearly cabin trip. Our family has a cabin up Fairview canyon. We had so much fun, it was hard to come home. The kids were SO SO dirty and they have never been happier. The only crazy part was the extreme weather. When I say extreme, I really mean extreme. Laying in the tent on Sunday night, the thunder and lightning started and got louder and closer by the minute. One bolt of lightning flashed and less than 1 second later the thunder sounded...a little too close for comfort if you ask me. Thankfully the lightning storm passed quickly and just left torrencial rain instead. Needless to say we were a little wet and muddy when we came home, but again everyone still had smiles on their faces.
We are headed camping again soon, but we are hoping for sunny days this time.

We do have some exciting news to #4 is on the way!!! I can't believe it, I am going to have 4 children...WOW, hope we survive. We are very excited to welcome a new little one to our family in March. I am just hoping to feel better soon. I'm sure my kids are ready for that too. While we were at the cabin, Morgan said to my sister in law Amber, "sometimes when you have a baby in your tummy it makes you really sick." They are trying to be patient and bless my husband...he is amazing in every sense of the word. He takes care of me and the kids when he gets home and takes the boys to soccer. You name it, he does it. And he still seems like he likes me...go figure! Anyway, my hat is off to you're the BEST!!!

So life is a little crazy right now, but we are counting the crazy as some of the best adventures yet!