Monday, July 31, 2006

I was severely reprimanded

For not blogging for a couple of weeks. So here it goes. Someone, I think it was Erika, said she knew I must not be feeling well because I hadn't blogged for so long. It's true. I don't feel well. But this too shall pass. We've had a couple of exciting weeks around here. Spencer returned from his mission to Portugal, Aaron got baptized, Claire was blessed, Emma learned how to ride a two wheeler, we had a 24th of July party here at our house and went swimming and had a bbq, and have spent lots and lots of time with visiting family members. Donna and Grandma Mary were here for the baptism and homecoming, so we got to see them quite a bit. If I was a good little blogger, I'd have pictures to post of the adventures, but alas, I am not a good little blogger. We are headed to Cherry Hill today for Emma's 7th birthday, so I'll definitely have pictures from that. So there you go. Updated. Am I good for a couple more weeks? I think not.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

The first baby picture of #3

Sorry about the quality and size of this, but I think it's kinda cute that it's our #3's first baby picture. My due date has been changed from January 23 to February 13. I guess we were a little off. But since I'll be pregnant for what seems like forever, what's a few weeks in the long run, right? So enjoy the fetal photo.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Things I like...

I'm copying this from Eliza. I thought it a good idea, considering we're both expecting, and cravings and aversions can change drastically from minute to minute.

1. Gatorade. Lemon-Lime or Orange.
2. Rice Krispies. Plain. With milk, no sugar.
3. The Tour De France. So cool. And long.
4. Air conditioning.
5. Roller Coaster Tycoon 3.
6. My bed. I think I've been in it more than out of it in the last few days.
7. Anti-depressants.
8. My mom.
9. Pop-Tarts.
10. A week off work.
11. Sean, for doing all the house work.
12. Kids that entertain themselves.
13. Naps.
14. Blogging.
15. A nice hot bath.

I think that sums it up. For today. Tomorrow could be totally different. I don't remember pregnancy being this hard with my other two, but I guess I am older and more tired. Sean says it was the same, but I guess we forget, or we'd only have one child!

Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Happy 4th of July!

I hope all of you had a good 4th this year. We had a lot of fun. We rode in the "Tour de Riverton" at 7:00 AM, which was a 25 mile loop around Riverton and Herriman. Then we took a nap, went to Target to buy fruit for a bar b que, and hung out with aunt Mimi. We were supposed to go swimming, but as soon as Mimi got here, the sky opened up, and down came the rain. So we raced popsicle stick boats in the gutter instead. Then off to the bar b que at my parents house, at which they deep fried a turkey. Quite delicious. We ate a ton of yummy food, and then watched a spectacular fireworks show, courtesy of Mimi and her quick fire talents. It was a great day.