Sunday, March 22, 2009

one hot date

I had a hot date for lunch Friday. He was tall, dark, handsome... well maybe not the tall and dark part. He loves cars.


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and lizards



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and lizards that drive cars.



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and he thinks he's a 'G.'
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but his most defining characteristic would be his LOVE for chocolate milk.
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...well and his love for his mama. I'll take a date like that any day!

Monday, March 16, 2009

almost 2

Eleven days folks. That's it, 11 more days and my bitty baby bug will be TWO!! This Mama is having a little trouble dealing.

Yesterday ended up being a GORGEOUS day, so we attempted to get some photos for party invites. I didn't quite get what I was hoping for, but did get a few that I love.

(The awesome new duds are from Gap... they had a sweet sale this weekend!)



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Thursday, March 12, 2009

two of a kind

Back in December both Bugs received gift cards from Daniel's Grandmom and PopPop. We took the boys out one evening to let them pick out what they wanted to buy with their money. Bitty picked out a little ride-on John Deere tractor that they constantly fight over (this is one of those toys that we have definitely gotten our money out of!)

Bugman picked out some bath toys and the game Lucky Ducks. In theory 12 little ducks "swim" around a motorized pond. (we are currently at 8 ducks... 4 are lost around here somewhere) Each player sits next to a shape on the outside of the pond and tries to find the ducks with the same shape on their belly.

Someone is a red circle fan... can you guess who?

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

welcome spring

Its felt a lot like spring the past few days and the bugs have been SO excited to get outside. After being home sick all last week, Bugman was excited to play out in the backyard with our neighbor Josie on Saturday morning. (sidenote, I got sick too, and ended up at the dr. with a sinus infection... yuck... luckily Daddy and Bitty have stayed healthy).

Even though I was feeling awful, we headed outside yesterday afternoon after school to dig in the sand, play with some tractors, and do a little sliding. I'm glad that we did as its much cooler today (and wet and muddy!)

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Can you tell someone's favorite color is orange? He picked out his own outfit yesterday :)

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Those lashes. Inspired by an MWAC (Mom With A Camera) friend.

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I used to hate when the bugs brought their tractors and trucks out into the sandbox, fearing they would be ruined. I'm learning that what fun are trucks and tractors if they can't dig in the sand?

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Digging is hard work... check out that face!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

recovering

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Poor Bugman has been fighting some sort of virus for the past two days. It started with, what appeared to be a slight cold with a little coughing. Monday night we went to a kindergarten "concert" at the CHS theatre and both boys loved watching the "big kids" sing - so much so that Bugman didn't want to leave and come home. As he cried all the way home he started coughing and was going horse by the time we got home. Not thinking much of it, we put the Bugs to bed and went about our evening.

Bugman found his way into the "big bed" around 5:00am sounding terrible. He was coughing, hot, and having some labored breathing. I gave him some Motrin and he stayed in our bed kicking, poking, bumping heads, and randomly flailing body parts as he tried to get comfortable.

We got up when we heard the Bitty man wake up and soon after gave Bugman an Albuterol treatment. While it did get rid of some of the congestion, he was still pretty labored in his breathing.

About an hour later I called the pediatrician's office and the nurse of the phone, hearing his breathing got us in right away. Bugman got upset that (a) he had to go to the doctor and (b) that he couldn't breath, which made matters get worse. When we arrived, they pulled Dr. E. out of another appointment to come see us.

The verdict was that he has croup, so he had a dose of an oral steroid and a different medication in a breathing treatment. Two hours later they sent us home, at which point we ALL needed a nap.

The Big Bug is doing much better today (only some coughing and occassional tightness) and seems to be fever free. He has spent the day alternating between pestering his brother, resting, and rehydrating. Check out those dark circles... oh and don't worry, we're heading out for a haircut in about an hour!


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