Friday, January 16, 2009

Georgia boy and a big girl!

So I'm really behind and have slacked in blogging over the past week---I have barely pulled out the camera to be honest, so not much to put on here. And between trying to somewhat maintain normalcy with meals, picking up, laundry, etc. and of course the biggest time consumer PACKING TO MOVE, well, needless to say I haven't had tons of free time to do whatever. Funny how things work out because actually this week (which should have been my most productive seeing that sometime probably next Tuesday or Wednesday will be our big moving day) has really slowed me down. Reed started throwing up Monday night at like 1:30am, "oh no!!" we thought, here we go again. But it was only about 3xs, and then around 3am we all fell back asleep, with him on towels on the floor of our bedroom. By the next morning he seemed totally fine! I definitely made sure he ate lightly, but wondering if our "breakfast" dinner the night before just didn't sit well with him?? He has been fine ever since, thank goodness! And then late Wednesday night I started feeling awful--no real symptoms except I just couldn't sleep and had horrible stomach cramps. So I slept on and off all day yesterday not eating much myself. But today is a whole new day, I definitely feel back to normal--so maybe we did have some sort of "bug" in our house, who knows?! So this weekend will be full of lots of busyness to pack, pack, and more pack to be ready for next week. So here are just a few pics of the kids as we spend our last week at this current home---kinda sad I suppose, but I never completely felt too attached to this house as I always had a feeling we really wouldn't be in it for very long--funny how things work out, huh?!

Reed in his Geogria attire---yes, don't be too mad all you TN fans out there reading this. But his daddy is proud to see him wear his favorite team attire. And we do have a boggin' the exact same as this one that is TN, and he loves wearing it just as much!
Finally--our girl has mastered sitting up all by herself--yeah!!! We've really tried to work alot since we've been home from the holiday traveling. She is doing such a great job, and really appears to be developing all around! So much more vocalizing and babbling--Casey swears he's heard "dada", but sounds more like "yahyah" to me.
Playing together--we've really been working on the concept of "sharing", which is not easy for Reed (but is it for any toddler?) As he cries and falls apart when it's "her turn" to have a toy.
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  1. just wanted to let you know I am praying extra hard for you and your family as the move gets closer and closer:)

  2. Way to go, E.C. So proud of you. love, gigi