Friday, December 19, 2008
Today was Spencer's class Christmas party. He was very excited to have Gus and I attend. Spencer has an amazing pair of teachers. Ms. Hollenbeck & Ms. Wackerly are very loving teachers. Watching them handle the kids leave me in awe! They have a GIFT! I would not be sober if I had there jobs! Everyone had a wonderful time. Gus was very happy that he was able to sit by bubba and share in all the fun!
Here is the "Belly Shot!" I will be 35 weeks this Saturday. So far so good. I have made it to the point were it is safe to have him. Gus was born at 35 weeks, so anything after that is good news. Tabor is doing great, he is measuring a week ahead. I think he will be a big baby. Again I am set to be induced on Jan. 16, if I don't go into Labor first. I just pray that I make it through Christmas. After that anything is fair game! The kids are started to get excited about Tabor's birth. They are starting to look at my belly like it might pop if they poke it. They love to give Tabor kisses and have started talking to him like he is here. Ethan and Spencer will tell Tabor they love him when I take them to school! It is very sweet!
Here is a picture of the boys with Santa at North Pole City in OKC! If you have never been there, You must go and check it out! It looks like Christmas threw-up in there! The boys enjoyed sitting on Santa's lap. Santa had a "Special" message for Spencer (whom was fighting with his brother in front of Santa!) He told him to be nice to his brother and help his parents out and he also said that he would be watching him extra careful. It did not phase him in the least! Before they sat on him lap he read them the story of Jesus's birth and talked to them about how important Christmas was because it was Jesus's birthday. He asked them to remember to tell Jesus "happy birthday" on christmas day. While telling the story to the kids he would ask questions about parts of the story and One question was about Mary riding a donkey, Spencer quickly added that "Donkeys are bumpy!"
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Just another update on baby Tabor! I will turn 34 weeks this Saturday, and all is well so far. My non stress test are all wonderfully normal, Praise the Lord! My doctor has set my inducement date for Jan. 16th. Now, keep in mind I have to make it that far. Stacy and I both have a feeling it will be sooner than that, but who knows. I am having trouble with my sugar levels, which is normal the further along you get. I am okay otherwise, just hanging out and trying to relax! I go back to the doctor every week and have non stress test until Tabor is here. Just wanted to update all of ya!
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
What can I say, he is my best friend. The one that knows me better than I know myself sometimes. He is a wonderful partner to share this life with. He the sweetest person that I have known. He is my balance in life. What a wonderful man he is to me... As a father, he is unselfish and loving. All of my boys think that he gets up in the morning and hang the sun in the sky. In there eyes he is the smartest, strongest, and funniest person they know. And that is just fine with him. He is very protective of all his children. He loves to spend every min. of his time with us. He loves to help his mom and dad with anything that need to be done. He still loves to go see his grandma and spend time talking with her. I sometimes marvel at how smart he is. He is the most excitied of all for Tabor to arrive. He can't wait to snuggle with his new bundle of joy!
Augustus A.K.A "Gus"
Gus is 3 yr old now. He is growing into a fine young man. Or should I say Ladies Man! He love the Ladies! Always has a smile on his face. He can be quite moody at time ( Stacy says he gets it from me lol) but, he will bounce back with a sweet smile and a "I am happy now!" Gus is a lover of all and he lights up the room anytime he enters. He is VERY EXCITED about his upcoming role as a big brother!