Monday, March 30, 2009
It has been a while since I last posted and I apologize. So much has happened in the last 2 weeks. We have had visitors the last 2 weekends, Andy was in Boston for a week, and we will be having more visitors the next three weeks. So to say the least we have been fairly busy.
Two weekends ago we finally got to meet Lilly. Owen's cousin who was born on the same day. It was so much fun to see the two of them together. She was such a sweet little thing. I am anxious to see what they are like together as they get older. Right now Owen jut gives Lilly the stare down. We can't wait to see the Curtis family again.
On Tuesday Andy left Owen and I to go work the NCAA tournament in Boston. I was sad to see him leave for so long but my parents came to the rescue. They arrived Wednesday night and my dad was immediately at work finishing the kitchen island he has been building me for months now. For those of you who know my dad, he is a perfectionist...and like he says you can not rush perfection. And perfection it is. Check out the builder/designer himself next to the finished product! Pretty amazing. I am truly blessed to have a dad who can build me things!
I also have some exciting news...Owen rolled over!!! I was so proud of him! He was a little confused on how he got on his tummy and why mommy was so excited.
Here are some more pics from the past few weeks.
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Owen is Three months old today! Geez how time flies. He is changing so much everyday. He almost rolled over today. It is probably coming soon! He has also started blowing "raspberries" (making noises with his lips). It is so cute! I will be doing something and all the sudden he will start making little noises. It always brings a smile to my face. We are getting ready for visitors this weekend. We are going to meet Owens cousin Lilly, that was born the same day. Stay tuned for pics of the 2 of them!
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Looks like we have a thumb sucker! It has been nice not to have to get up and stuff a pacifier in his mouth throughout the night. But now how am I going to take his thumb away...guess we will be cutting it off! Not really but I have been told by many moms how much easier it is to take away a paci. My question is how do you tell a 2 month old he can't such his thumb, especially when he looks so adorable when he is doing it?