Saturday, July 31, 2010
Listen up breastfeeding mamas!!! I just found a super deal. I bought the nursing cover shown above and all I paid was $9.95 for shipping!!!! It's retail price is originally $32.00, I love finding deals like these. I couldn't take advantage of it without telling all my friends! All you have to do is go to www.uddercovers.com
When you get to the website you can pick out a cover, they have six options. Proceed and put in your information and checkout. Put in the code "cousin2" and there you go! All you have to pay is $9.95! I love finding deals like these they make me so excited! I know I'm weird, but at least I'm a weirdo saving money!
I'm sure it's a limited offer!
Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Monday, July 26, 2010
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Our nightly routine normally consists of the kids playing and watching Barney in their playroom, while Joseph and I hang out in the living room. For the most part they were being good, but then Joseph noticed the light in the bathroom was on. We've had a big problem with Josiah dumping toilet paper rolls in the toilet. I tip toed to the bathroom and as I came upon the door, there were my kids drinking toilet water and putting a hand towel in the toilet. They were using the hand towel to clean their faces. Now that I've had a moment to calm down, it seems quite funny and I wish I would have snapped a photo, but at the time I was mortified. Thankfully the toilet was flushed and I guess the water was "clean." They both were punished and sent to bed. It broke my heart because our bedtime is always fun. We pray, play and tuck them in, but tonight we prayed and sent them straight to bed. They looked so pitiful walking up the stairs and to their rooms. I can't wait for them to wake up tomorrow morning so that I can give them each a great big hug!
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
We spent the day outside and after a little while Kayla, Catherine, Aaron and Austin came over! We had Nana's spaghetti for lunch and Kayla trimmed and dyed our hair. The kids had a great time and we are so happy that we were able to spend the day with Nana and Papa. It was long over due! Papa Rob, Matt, and Nonny all stopped by for a little while. We ended the day with some of Nana's Vegetable Beef Soup and gave the kids a much needed bath! Josiah cried when it was time to go home, but we promised we would come back soon.
Friday, July 16, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Baby E is about the size of a peach. His/Her tiny bones are beginning to form in his/her arms and legs. Baby E may even be able to get his/her thumb in his/her mouth.
"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you;" Jeremiah 1:5
I'm feeling some what better. I kept telling Joseph last week that the first trimester wanted to end with a BANG! My it did! I was so sick last week; I dropped 5 pounds! I'm hoping the second trimester will bring more energy and take the nausea away!
This time around I feel that I am more aware of what my body is doing. Maybe because it's baby number three and I know the changes that are to come. As with the other two, I've enjoyed reading what baby is doing every week. It continues to remind me of what a powerful God we serve. Every detail about us is known before we are even formed!
"My God is so BIG so STRONG and so MIGHTY There's NOTHING My God Can Not do!"
Monday, July 12, 2010
Monday, July 5, 2010
Baby E weighs as much as half an ounce now, and the crown-to-rump length is about two and a half inches (the size of a large plum). Baby E has more than doubled in size during the past three weeks. And that's just on the outside — there's plenty going on on the inside too. The fetal digestive system is beginning to flex its digestive muscle — literally — as it starts practicing contraction movements, a skill Baby E will need after birth to push food through the digestive tract. The pituitary gland at the base of the brain has started producing hormones. And the bone marrow is making white blood cells, which will one day help Baby E fight infections.