Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Posted by Hillary at 1:41 PM
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Here is Sadie's bag of treats. I wanted to get her some flash cards and she needed some new pajamas.
Posted by Hillary at 8:56 PM
Sunday, February 19, 2012
I hope that we are all finally on the mend. The flu is a mean virus and I hope I never get it again. I'm so thankful Josh and Sadie were spared. Sadie has been dealing with a nasty cold and Josh hasn't felt too great either but I'm optimistic things are getting better. Josh did such a good job taking care of Sadie while I was quarantined in my room. I don't know what I would have done without him.
Here are a few pictures (from my phone, of course) from our time at home.
Daddy and daughter Praise Baby time. Sadie wasn't feeling well so Josh kept her company.
This is Josh's attempt at keeping Sadie out of the kitchen. She loves it!
Sadie likes to "read" books while in her crib now. It is really cute to watch.
Her path of destruction during play time. She is never very far from her babies.
Playing on the jungle gym again.
She loves to climb up on us while we sit on the couch. She is so proud of herself for being such a big girl.
Posted by Hillary at 10:00 AM
Monday, February 13, 2012
Well folks, I have the flu. :( I had a flu shot and I still got the flu. What a bummer! I have never felt so bad in all my life. I'm stuck in my room away from any social interaction. My only friends are
And I won't be able to kiss this sweet face for several more days.
Please pray Sadie doesn't get it. She has definitely been exposed to it but I'm praying her 2 flu shots will spare her from this madness. She is dealing with another double ear infection and cutting her top teeth so she doesn't need anything else.
Also please pray Josh doesn't get it. He has done a great job taking care of Sadie while I'm under the weather and I need him to stay healthy!
Posted by Hillary at 8:00 PM
Sunday, February 5, 2012
She soon moved on to something more challenging. She started pulling up in her crib. She was so proud of herself. Until we were able to lower her crib mattress I would have to watch and go put her back down every time she stood up. It was a fun little game to her.
Josh lowered her mattress but no one told her that meant the game was over. She would stand up and look straight at the door waiting for me to come in. Sometimes she would even wave.
Posted by Hillary at 8:09 PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Posted by Hillary at 8:07 PM