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Monday, February 22, 2010

A Sunday in February

Sunday was a gorgeous day! The lawn was mowed, the first time this year! Then the boys washed the cars! Lon did the hose work!
He has so much fun with the hose, and wearing his fireman raincoat! (Santa brought him that!)
He takes his hose work seriously
Daddy did the washing part!
While the boys were playing with water, I put a coat of sealer on my new gargoyle! I think I will call him Boris. He is now in the backyard, amongst the daffodil ls. I will get a picture of him when they all bloom, in about a week! Really, it is still February!

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Welcome to the World, Reyansh!

This afternoon at 2:21pm Reyansh was born! His parents are overjoyed with the cute little boy!
He weighed in at 6 pounds 13 ounces and is 19.5 inches long. We went up to see them at about 7pm
Lon was very excited to meet Reyansh. He told us all that he was going to teach him how to walk, talk, run and everything he knew, and hold his hand while he was teaching him all that.
Momma and Baby!
The Happy Family
Rahul and his mother
Mark holding the Reyansh. It has been a while since Mark held a new baby.

The baby quilt that I made for Reyansh.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Happy Birthday, Byrd!

February 13! Ty Byrd had his fourth birthday party! We were all excited, it was at Jump Planet. THE best place for indoor inflatable fun! We have so much fun there! Saturday was no exception!
Lon with Faith, Erica and their Mom.
Ty bouncing!
Inside, outside, slide, bounce!

Being goofy!
Phew! Taking a break!
The view from upstairs
Getting ready to go upstairs to lunch and cupcakes! There were hot dogs, cara cara oranges, baby carrots for lunch. Yummy!

And cupcakes! With the bouncey toy thingys on top!! Lon loves his little guy!
Birthday boy! Getting ready to open his presents. Love the birthday hat!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

The Sweetest Thing

On Friday, when we woke up, Lon felt my forehead. He told me that I felt warm, and he would take care of me this morning. He would make me breakfast and bring it to me in bed, then he would do my chores. Lon ran downstairs and pulled out the peanut butter, opened the fridge, got out the jam and made me a peanut butter sandwich. Lon climbed up on the counter and got the plate and brought it up to me. Lon was beaming, he was so proud of himself. Just a little peanut butter, a little jam.
Best. Sandwich. Ever.