|A little bare butt and a lot of screaming:)|
Right now we are a little confined to our house. Easton is starting to improve but has a hard time breathing fabulously in the car seat if in it for too long. (Can I just add that if you all remember correctly I was confined to the house for 105 days on bed rest and now I'm stuck again. Am I really that dangerous to society if left out of my house? I'm beginning to wonder if I am supposed to be getting a hint here!) Anyways, we are so looking forward to summer. It was a long winter with Mama in bed and besides it was super cold so not much fun for the kids. We would love to go up north for the 4th of July and I keep asking Easton if he thinks he will be able to get it together by then so we can go. He is undecided at this point but I will keep on him. I believe he will rally. I mean, this kid rocks. I have the rest of the summer off for my official maternity leave (even though I haven't worked all year, Thanks Mom!) and am looking forward to watching Carter race around on his scooter, Paigey ride her new princess bike, Easton sleeping in my arms, and some awesome neighbors to take it all in with. Let's talk about these neighbors. They couldn't be any more awesome if they tried. This whole experience from pregnancy to NICU, they have supported us in every way possible. They visited us, made us meals, plowed our driveway, let our dog out, had a shower for me, bought gifts, prayed and loved us thru it all. And to think, we only met a year ago. I was drawn to this street when we were looking for a house. I had to live here. Now I know why.
|Neighbors chalking a Welcome Home sign.|
|Neighbor kids and the finished product.|
So that's it. I think I am going to leave this post as is. It's pretty uneventful and normal. Nothing scary, no drama. Just life. I like it. We have newborn pictures for Easton this weekend and a Minnie Mouse party for our two year old. I'll be sure to post pictures next week. Thanks again for all of your prayers and continued support. We are forever grateful.
|Whatever happens, keep my paci in my mouth. Please.|
|Reading books. Yes, I know Paige is wearing|
mismatched boy pajamas. She wanted to.
I'm trying REALLY hard to be OK with it;)