Saturday, July 17, 2010

I bought a Canon Rebel

I invested in one of the coolest cameras ever, and man, it was worth it.
The quality of my pictures have changed tremendously
and it is just in time to capture some of the
sweetest moments of the
My boys. My mom and LJ (who's almost swimming by himself).

Great Grandma Kurtz came to visit from Arizona

Enjoying the summer rays while eating dinner on the deck

Love you boys.

Aren't these pictures perfect??

Friday, July 9, 2010

Q and A

Where have we been?? We typically are found at a pool in the morning.... and the afternoon. We are going under the water, and almost swimming on our own. Today we attempted to dive several times. Who is this little boy?? He used to be such a chicken!! How have we been?? Knock on wood, but we've been healthy. Ray will have his 4 month check up in 2 weeks, although he'll be 20 weeks old and I'm pretty sure he's going to be more than 50th percentile this go round. Ray rolled over for the first time this week and he smiles at anyone and everyone. He's had a little tummy ache this week and so many people said this was the first time they've heard him cry. He's been a pretty amazing baby. It's crazy how much you learn after your first.
Work is going great for me. I'm still working 2 days a week and it's the perfect break with Grandmas and Grandpas watching the kiddos. We have 2 spectacular babysitters on the weekends, and Joey and I have been heading out about once/week.

What's new? Well, we're getting a fence this week, which is a must.It'll be the little brown 4 ft scalloped fence. Poor LJ loves the outside and poor Ray hates it. This way our Outdoorsman can bake in the sun while we watch :)
We've been so busy having a blast with weddings, but now we are able to do a little more grillin' and chillin'. The boys are really enjoying each other. We do hugs, kisses, pat pats, "hold Ray Ray's", and "baby paci" all day long.
It's a real treat to watch the world through their eyes. Every night before I go to bed I pray for the health of our sons. It's amazing how life can change in an instant. The minister who baptized me JC Hunter who runs Northland Church in Orlando and across the world has a granddaughter who was just diagnosed with malignant brian cancer with a 1% chance of survival. She is only 6. Please pray for them. Their blog is off of Their family has meant a great deal to ours over the years- my mom watches their sermons every week on their website- it's pretty amazing stuff.