Archive for January, 2005
Sandi spoke too soon in the last post. Last night, Annie got up at 1:30 AM and refused to go back to sleep until approximately 4:00 AM. She was inconsolable and just plain miserable. We couldn’t figure out what was wrong with her—it was really driving us crazy. We took her to the best doctor [...]
Finally the Girls are begining to feel better! They are both doing well and thankfully Kimmie never got too sick.
Today we added another possible name to the mix: Eliza.
Update on Croup! Kimberly woke up this morning sporting a 102.5° fever! I guess we will have to see if she continues to develop the symptoms.
Two nights ago—it’s all a whirlwind blur so it may have been three—Annie awoke at 11:30 pm coughing and crying. She was inconsolable and sounded like a seal. The poor thing was making noises we’d never heard before and she wasn’t enjoying a minute of it. We took her to see Dr. Coulombe the next [...]
Woman Gives Birth to Giant Baby: unfortunately, they don’t give a picture of the pregnant woman before the 16.7 lb. baby was delivered.
Long time, no blog. Geesh, I have been so busy with a major work project that I haven’t had much time to blog here or on my personal blog. Don’t worry, I’ve been making plenty of time to dote on The Girls and take care of the Sandi-with-child. Today, we had The Girls do some [...]
We had a wonderful dr. visit on Wed. Little bit is doing very well. She is a little baby, but that may work to our advantage as to her being born vaginally. The previous concerns about her having Downs Syndrome seem to be fading in the mist! Although nothing is for sure until she is [...]
Time Tips for Busy Moms: in case any of you might find this useful. I haven’t read through the tips because I am not a “busy mom.”
We had a wonderful ultrasound today. The little girl looked good. She weighed in at a little over a pound. She is a Little Bit for sure. We are very happy to know for sure that she is a girl. We are excited to meet her. OF course that will not be until May 5, [...]
Wow! The girls are doing fine! They have not complained about not having their bottles. I am in shock of how easy this transition was. I guess just when I think I have it figured out they show me!
2004 was a wonderful year for our family. Our family has changed so much in such a small time. The girls learned to walk and are starting to talk. Our 3rd child is half-way here and Bill and I have learned so much as parents. All in all, quite a bit. Today was the first [...]