Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
This was supposed to be Cameron's Christmas outfit. I put it on him to take a few pictures the other day, and it's too small. When I bought it I was worried that the 3 month size would be too large, but his feet are practically ripping out the seams at the bottom. Too bad, he sure does look handsome!!
I hope to get a lot of pictures at Christmas... hopefully it won't be so long before an update!
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
And he's out!
Cameron's first diaper change. I warned and prepared Jon about what newborn poops look like. I might have failed to mention how MUCH poop there would be. He thought he'd step up to the plate and attempt the first change; but his jaw dropped to the floor when he unveiled the contents. It definitely took both of us to change this one! He was the "leg holder."
Monday, December 8, 2008
Birth: December 5, 10:30 pm
Weight: 9lbs. 8oz. Literally shocked the crap out of me. I had no idea he would be so big.
Length: 22 inches. Tall, just like daddy!
Cameron was born via c-section after 2 days of an unsuccessful induction. We were in the hospital for 5 days (due to the days spent inducing and then having the c-section), and we just got home today! I'm doing extremely well with recovery. I will post the whole birth story and pictures VERY soon, but I'll leave you with a quick picture from my iPhone (I'm getting good at this one handed stuff).
Thanks to everyone who was praying for Cameron's arrival!
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Saturday, November 22, 2008
On one hand, his tardiness has allowed me to finish my Christmas shopping that I swore I'd get done before he came. Everthing is ready. So I'll venture out of the house to kill time and walk a little, and store clerks ask me when I'm due. I tell them "yesterday" and they are a little surprised to see me bouncing through the store with ease. Then they disappear out of fear that my water might break and they'll be responsible for the clean-up of amniotic fluid on Isle 7.
Oh, and Sunday's are a blast. Our church is small, so I get asked by every. single. member. if we are ready to have a baby and if we're excited. Um, yes. And my mother in law has been kind enough to remind me every week that all her kids were 11 pounds and that all her kids were 2-3 weeks late. Thanks. Perhaps I'll just hibernate until he gets here. It's been too cold to go outside anyway.
In other news, daddy got a new truck! His old truck (which is still trooping along) has almost 300,000 miles on it, and we needed something with 4 doors. We'll keep both trucks for now, but for some reason Jon feels like he's "cheating" on his old truck. He loved his truck. I for one, am a fan of the new truck: it's got heated seats. It almost feels like you peed your pants, but no wetness. Its great, really.
Anywhoo, I'm hoping my next post will be to report a new bundle of joy! Stay tuned!
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
I also cleaned the microwave, all of the appliances (except the oven- I'm scared of what lurks in there), the cabinet doors, and swept and mopped the floor.
The master bath wasn't so bad...
I'm all caught up, and it feels good to have some serious cleaning done!
Saturday, November 1, 2008
How it works:
Katie, (aka Hyper Homemaker) has organized our to-do list and posts them on her amazing blog each day. Then I get to work, crossing off the things on the list as I accomplish them! I love crossing items off lists, by the way. =) I take a few pics, and show off what I've done, and Voila! A clean home just in time to hibernate for the winter.So today's list was quite large; and I'll admit that my Saturdays are usually reserved for hanging out with my husband, which doesn't leave much time for chores! Today's list was to conquer the kitchen- and I had already planned to clean up after last night's party (the kitchen was NASTY), so that was my main goal. But since the challenge started today, I went ahead and cleaned out the fridge, top to bottom, and I must say that it is sparkling clean! Cleaning out the fridge was long overdue- I found pickle relish that expired in October of 2006! Gross, right?
Organized and clean! I threw out a lot of stuff, so now I need to go grocery shopping.
Look at those shiny shelves- no more sticky residue from leaky containers!
Wiped Counters... check! Cleaned and shined sink... check! And I have a nice clean kitchen!
Though I didn't get to clean out the kitchen cabinets (Lord knows they are in desperate need of organization), I feel quite accomplished by just cleaning out the fridge. I'll get to the kitchen cabinets (promise!) and since I don't have a pantry, that's one less item for today's list.
Keep checking in! I'll try to post daily to track my progress. Inspired to do the cleaning challenge? It's not to late to get started... check out Katie's blog!
Yeah, i decided to be a little festive and wear some Shrek ears. I even convinced a couple of people I wasn't really pregnant and that I was just wearing a belly costume. And what's a party without food? I made a couple of appetizers and this DELICIOUS caramel popcorn. It was seriously like crack- no one could stop eating it. Check out the recipe here.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Changes generally excite consumers, but I'm a little indifferent towards the new packaging. I for one don't prefer Pepsi, so I'm not really going to be influenced by its snazzy new packaging. But as far as the new logo? It's ok. It looks a little weird and "off-brandish" to me, but I'm guessing that if we look back at the old logo years from now, it will look weird too. What do you think?
Pepsi's new cans should be out by early 2009!