Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The Latest News

Let's see, Christmas was wonderful and busy. Jeremy and Ave jumped off Nana and PaJ's roof into a big snow pile but I am hessitant to put the video on. Bo went skiing for the first time and loved it. Ave and I rode the snowmobile to Don and Donna's home because there was so much snow and there weren't many cars on the road. So fun. Last night Carli graduated from her incubator into a crib and she is now 4 lbs. I don't know what happened to the 3 lb stage but it sure went quickly. They pulled her off of the constant feeds so now she gets her food in a 2 hour period with a 1 hour rest in between feeds and so far that is going well (meaning she is able to digest her food well). She is 2 months old and my goodness how the last month has gone by quickly.

snow snow and more snow

Don and Donna in front of their home, that snow is from their drive way and just in front of their home. This was befor the 6 inches we got yesterday and the 10 we are expecting tonight.


Christmas Shopping downtown, sure they all look happy in this picture but boy really likes to shop unless it is in a toy store, motorcycle shop, or outdoors camping store?

December in a nutshell

Christmas Eve, holding Carli. She is getting to be such a big girl. She is wide awake in this photo. Christmas Eve Bodee got to see Carli for the first time (Ave saw her the first week but not since then because it is RSV season and no one under the age of 12 is allowed in the NICU now). The nurse got her all dressed up and even put a pink bow in her hair. She did really well at the visit and the boys just adore her. As soon as they wheeled her back into her room she was wide awake so i decided to hold her for a while. ( that's the pict above) you'll have to excuse the darkness of the photo, they don't let you use a flash because it is too bright for the babies.

Friday, December 5, 2008

Thanksgiving Fun

The things Jeremy teaches our boys!


This is Carli's most recent photo. She is almost 3 pounds now and 14 1/2 inches long. Her feedings are going well to.