Thursday, April 21, 2011


My sweet Logi Pogi had to get his tonsils out today.

They've been enlarged for sometime.

Waiting for the doctor to take him back. He was happy, but anxious.

Logan took a funny picture of Chris.

Right after he woke up from the surgery. He was still sleepy. After about an hour of going in and out of sleep, he woke up, played with cars, and was surprisingly happy.

The IV in his foot. Poor guy. I told him the nurse was going to come take his IV out and then we could go home and he said worriedly, "I don't want her to take my eye out".

With his cow that he got at the surgical center. He named it "Cookie".

He's done pretty good since he has been home. It's amazing how tough kids are compared to adults. Hopefully he will have a speedy recovery.

Two kids down; 1 to go. I'm guess that it will be colin's turn in 2 years when he is 3.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Daddy's bowling

Chris joined a bowling league a few months ago.

It's been fun for him to go. He is actually a really good bowler, which is certainly the opposite of me.

The boys love to go to "Daddy's bowling"; especially Logan. He will beg all week to go. The reason he wants to go so bad is not to watch daddy, though, it's because there is a mini arcade there. The boys love playing games, winning tickets, and getting prizes.

The last couple of times we have gone they have won around 500 tickets each time. It is amazing. I know I never won that many tickets growing up. The only bad thing about it is that they will probably expect to win that much next time too.

Cute boys with their tickets

Ethan eating his tickets and Logan counting his

On to other news:

My sweet babes turned 9 months on the 1st.

He is growing up so fast and is such a joy in our lives. He has such an easy going, happy personality.

When he went to the doctor for his checkup he was only in the 14th percentile for his weight, which really surprised me because one of his nicknames is "Chubs". His head measured in the 100 percentile, though, which means he is going to be really smart. LOL. The most important thing, though, is that he is healthy.
I love how he is holding his hands and legs in this picture. If only he was looking.