Showing posts from December, 2007

Christmas Miracle

Natalie was hamming it up for Tim the other night. Well, a lot has been going on in the past two months. About a month or so after the miscarriage, I was noticing something wasn't quite as it should be. I took a pregnancy test, and it came back positive. That was strange to me, because we were trying to prevent that as requested by the doctor. They called me in for blood work, and everything was indicating that I was pregnant. I was quite confused, as you can probably imagine. Two weeks ago we went in to have an ultrasound. That was eight weeks after the miscarriage. In that ultrasound they found what appeared to be a baby developing at 5 weeks gestation. We were quite perplexed, of course, because in our minds it should be about 8 weeks. The doctor asked us to come back today because at 7 weeks they should be able to see a heartbeat. The doctor said there was a good chance that there were just leftovers in there because of the earlier miscarriage, but that my numbers (hormone leve

Merry Christmas

Ok, so I know it was 10 days early, but we let Natalie open her presents this weekend. We are going to be in KC for Christmas, and I wanted to let her play with her new toys so we didn't have to take all of them with us! She loves most of her presents, although she is more interested in putting the markers in and out of the box than using them. The table was a big hit! She had to sit in each chair one by one! Enjoy the pics!

Snow Day!

Today we are having an ice storm, so Tim stayed home from work. Natalie thinks having Daddy home from work is great fun! Here is a video of them playing together! She never laughs like that for me! I guess she's just a Daddy's girl! I love to hear her giggle! She's really talking more and more, which is so much fun! She started saying "baby" instead of signing it, so that's pretty cute. She is also obsessed with saying "uh-oh", which is also pretty cute! Photo Sharing - Video Sharing - Photo Printing - Photo Books Here are some pictures of our backyard of the ice: