Thursday, April 16, 2009

The last few weeks . . .

have been pretty crazy. Josh, Logan, and I will be moving on May 2nd. Hopefully everything will go perfectly and we will be closing on April 27th and moving into our townhouse. I have learned so much in such a short time. I had an idea of what we were getting ourselves into, and how stressful everything would be, but going through it has been a huge growing experience, and it isn't even over! I hate change, but Josh and I have felt that it is a good thing for our family right now to take this big step. I can't decide simple things, deciding this was hard to say the least.

When Logan came to look at the townhouse a couple weeks ago, I told him we were going to see our new house, and he was excited. We were there for awhile and he had fun running around the empty rooms. Then all of the sudden he got sad and started crying. He said, "Where are all my toys?" I think the poor fellow thought we forgot to bring his things, so hopefully as long as we move his toys he will adjust, but he's two and so I just have to have faith that everything will work out smoothly.

We are excited, anxious, and nervous all at the same time!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Few More of Logan's Birthday

Super cute cousins.

Blowing out his candles.

Eating, what Logan does best.

On his birthday, March 23, Logan had another birthday party here, and I forgot my memory card in my camera, so Michelle was kind enough to give me her pictures (thanks!)

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Thursday, April 9, 2009

My Love

Josh had to get a tooth out this week. I went with him, but I went to the waiting room while the Doctor actually pulled it out. It almost broke my heart. Josh is almost never sick, almost never goes to the doctor outside our 6 month dentist visits. And apparently has an amazing tolerance for pain. I thought he would be down and out, swollen face and everything. You could barely even tell from looking at him. He did sit around at home for a couple of days, reading, but I think the worst part for him was he couldn't eat anything. He kept saying, "What can I eat?" and I would say, "How about another popsicle, instant breakfast, or more jello?" And he would just groan. He made it through and went to work today, where I am sure he is glad to be away from me telling him everything he can't eat. He has probably already had a slice of pizza or something :)

Mostly I am just so lucky to have him. Seeing him have to go through this was interesting. I learn so much about Josh from being married to him, and I love the experience. He is always so kind and thoughtful, it was nice to take care of him, as much as he would let me, for a couple of days.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

A Real Party



Logan does the funniest things, like putting this block on his head. And amidst his "me do it" and "my turn" it really makes me laugh all the things he says and does.

He thinks that having fun = making a drink in the blender and watching a movie. Lately his favorite is Incredibles. He thinks it is a real party, and I have to agree with him.

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