While in the States, Uncle Greg stopped by Boulder for a visit – he was a hit with the girls! While in the kitchen I heard a high pitched “WHY HELLOOOOO, I would love some cake!” We went into the front room to see Uncle Greg having a tea party – Greg was playing the part of the Queen of England. Next they went outside to play dinosaurs … Greg and the girls hid in the play house, while a wine-drinking-T-Rex (Hey Josh without a beer!) tried to get inside….read more
We took some photos of Grammie and Papa with the Boys … in most of the photos, Beck was searching for some milk from grammie. 🙂
Silas isn’t a fan of being trapped in his car seat – here he is plotting an escape … If only he could control his hands!!
Yup, he’s really my son – he loves baths!
He can’t actually control his hands yet but he does a pretty good job of playing “Dino Take Down” Beware TRex – you are next!
Much of my anxiety leading up to the arrival of baby silas was how Elsie would react to a new baby. When I initially told Elsie I had a baby growing in my belly – she declared that she also had a baby growing in her belly (I plugged my ears). Grammie bought her a anatomically correct baby boy doll (she named him Carlope) and she was quite cute with him. She would also throw him in the air and make him do flips, most of the time dropping him. …read more
The best thing for recovering from a c-section is chocolate chip cookies – Elsie was happy to help!
Silas, like elsie, struggled with his Billirubin levels – this time we were able to do Phototherapy at home through a little light paddle. Besides the daily foot poke to test the levels Silas didn’t seem to mind. We even took him outside to get a double dose of vitamin d! glowing baby below 🙂
This time I was over-prepared for the hospital including buying a matchy matchy outfit for me and Silas to wear … hat, jammies and mommy outfit – ridiculous I know – but Baby Silas looks great in Blue!