Showing posts from June, 2014

Mag's and Little Man

29 months and 3 months
Hello All,
Yes I do still exist. Sorry I have been so absent lately. Adjusting to life with two little ones is giving me a run for my money and so the most neglected thing has been this blog. Sorry for anyone who still reads it. Anywho, how about a 4 month update?
The last time I talked about our girl she had just turned two and now she is 29 months, next month she’ll be two and a half, wow! Her vocabulary and understanding of words and sentences has exploded lately. She’s beginning to understand fully statements and sentences. It’s amazing to see how quickly she learns overnight. With it being summer, she’s outside everyday. It’s amazing how entertained she can be with a bucket of water and a few cups! We just finished her first swimming lessons this past week. She learned how to be more comfortable in the water, how to blow bubbles and how to float. She’s got an interest in the potty but we are not actively pursuing potty training. Her favorite activities i…

Eli's birth story

Well here you go, as with last time I am a used to be labor nurse and my filter is fairly nil so don't read on if birth isn't your thing because I'm not shy about details.
Early early in the morning, like 2am I was already awake with our fussy Mags when I suddenly felt like I was going to puke so I run to the bathroom and my awesome body that gives me a GI cleanse prior to labor was doing it's thing. I paid little to no attention to this because I had been in pre-labor for nearly 2 weeks. So I thought well here we go again. Didn't get excited just figured it was nothing. Maggie had finally gone back to sleep so I did too. Then she awoke again about 30 minutes later. Again I went in to cuddle her and for the firs time I had a contraction and it felt like the real thing but I've also thought that a couple of other times in my two weeks of pre-labor. So I decided to humor them and breathe through them quietly as possible since I was trying to help our girl get ba…