Monday, April 6, 2015
Friday, April 3, 2015
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
January 20: we reached the half way mark of being in the states. When we asked the kids if they were read to go back home they all said, “Yes”.
January 24: Jeff began working at Doctor’s Express.....and promptly brought the flu home to us. It was 2 weeks of coughing, lethargy, sore throats, fevers, and runny noses. Claire was the only one who (thank God) escaped.
February 12-14: I went to my very first homeschool conference (Claire came with me). It was in Ft. Worth. I went with my neighbor and met team mate, Karen, there. It was a great three days. There were tons of exhibitors and lots of lectures throughout the day.
A beautiful watercolor sea horse
And a very expressive golden retriever
February 25: We woke up to snow flurries.
Friday, March 27, 2015
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
To the doctor’s office for a check-up, heel stick, and shots….ouch!
6lbs, 13 oz
The unsuspecting patient
She enjoys looking at the toys above her head....and her brothers at her side
CLAIRE is a MONTH!
9lbs, 6oz (3 lbs more than at birth), 55% on the growth chart
21 1/2in (2 1/2in more than at birth), 42% on the growth chart
Meeting Uncle Steve and Aunt Margret for the first time.
NB size diapers are getting tight, she’ll be in size 1 soon
Her NB clothes are also getting snug, she’s filling out the size 0-3 months clothes
Just got a couple rolls on her thighs
Wakes up every 2-3 hours during the day and night to nurse, thankfully most of the time during the night she goes back to sleep
The only schedule she seems to be on (and we try to get her on) is to be up between 7-8pm and then 10-11pm. Then she can hopefully sleep when we sleep. She usually starts squirming around about 8am and is ready to eat and be up for a while.
Like to be swaddled
Likes her pacifier
Likes bath time
Big, beautiful brown eyes which are very observant
Long, “curly” toes and long fingers
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