Sunday, June 29, 2008


So yesterday afternoon, Whittaker climbs up in the glider and I warn him again about not getting the chair rocking off the ground.  He pauses and says, "I'm Momma."

I say, "Nice to meet you Momma."

Whittaker then says to me as I am holding Harper, "C'mere, I feed you."  Then lifts up the right side of his shirt exposing his right "nickle" and then repeats, "C'mere, I feed you."  As he pats his "nickle."

As if this wasn't enough, we went to church and after service Barrett headed upstairs to get Whittaker from his class and the teacher informed him that Whittaker nursed one of the dolls infront of everybody (3,4 and 5 years olds).  He actually lifted up his shirt and put the baby doll to his "nickle" and said, "I need a feed him....OUCH!...he bite careful!"

What did you teach your kid this week?

Saturday, June 14, 2008


Harper and I both had our two-week check-ups this week.  Both went well and I'm glad I can drive now (like I'll be speeding around town all the time.)  

Harper's appointment was a breeze.  He surpassed his birth weight gaining 10 oz since last Friday, and over a pound since we left the hospital, now weighing  8lbs even and has grown an inch to 21".  He didn't have to get any shots so it was even easier than I had anticipated. 

However, while we were in the waiting room, he decided to have a contained blow out.  So, when the nurse called us back and wanted me to get him down to his diaper to weigh him, I told her I was going to go ahead and change him since he blew it out in the waiting room.  Not taking notice of the temperature drop in the exam room, 2 seconds after opening his diaper, Harper started peeing everywhere, which reminded me of the Huggies diaper commercial I had just seen.  Haven't seen it?  Check it out below!!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

June 11, 2004


Monday, June 9, 2008