I created this blog specifically with Mom & Dad in mind. Even though they can't be here in Oregon to enjoy their grandchildren, I thought this would be one way to help keep them in touch. I am also glad it can be used to keep all of my friends and family in touch as well!
Oct. 17th, 2008 "I felt you Daddy!..." 22 weeks 1 day
I'm sure if our little guy could speak he would have been excited to feel Dad's hand instead of Mom's. I lay my hands on my belly and feel his little jabs quite often but I'm also feeling them from the inside too. He's finally getting to the point where he's kicking hard enough for Dad to feel him. Last night I was tired and only felt like sleeping but he was more active than ever (probably the Jalepeno bread I had for dinner!). Curtis put his hand on my tummy and felt him for the first time. Definitely an exciting moment for me.
I'm still trying to get our ultrasound dvd posted for all of you to see. My computer illiteracy isn't helping much...keep posted.
Here they are out of the belly's (o: Dalen (born 10/21/11) and Calvin (born 11/8/11)
It was so good to finally meet little Dalen Charpie (6 wks old). Who would've thought, as friends in high school, that we would stay in touch and have little boys so close in age? Thanks for stopping by to visit Charissa (o:
There's just some things in life that make you feel like such a big kid. And this one does that for William. He' grown into such a responsible little guy. Can't quite reach the peddles very well, but he figures it out and does a great job! I don't think you could trust many 8yr olds on a mower this large.
Slow. Down. Time.
The Kindergarten milestone is upon us.
Calvin was soooo fortunate to have Mrs. Vey and Mrs. Starkey as his teachers. They're incredible. Not only do they have a passion for teaching, they have a passion for the Lord and it shows what they teach as well as how they interact with the kids.
Next school year, we're moving onto the big grades!