Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Autumn had her gall bladder surgery on Monday April 14, out patient, and she was pretty sore when she came home. Hinckley was a very cooperative baby and took the bottle, and drank up every bit of milk his mom had pre-pumped for him.
I had lots of fun and lots of work while at Autumn and Theron's so it was a good mix for me. We appreciate having fun, if we've done hard work first. Hunter and Peyton were very good little helpers both for me and mommy. I took my steam cleaner and we attacked anything that wasn't moving. I can't believe what a good helper Hunter was especially.
Peyton helped me make cinnamon rolls and bread--we even ground our own! Got to walk Hunter to school a couple of times, and before Autumn had Gall bladder surgery we all went out to eat, then to a movie (How to Train a Dragon in 3-D). Did a little gardening, though it was snowy and cold the first week.
Meanwhile back at the ranch on the mesa...Steve and Corey batched it. Steve had the house spic and span when I got home, especially our bedroom, where he had even dusted and put all the things away in his closet and dresser top. Wow! Shined up the bathroom and tub to boot. He also cooked a scrumptious roast dinner for Sunday, plus he entertained and fed Paul and Kenni's family for 6 days. They got along pretty well. It was nice to have all the snow melted when I got home, plus tulips and daffodils blooming all around the house.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
Emily Hope arrived at 12:32 PM March 3. She is 19 1/2" long and 6 lb 11 oz . Her parents are Chris and Pam Wilcox. She is blessed to have six wonderful brothers and sisters, four adoring grandparents, and 30+ first cousins (I'm not sure how many on the Tripp side) but she is #21 in our family. We are very blessed to have her in our family