Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Hayden's Turn

It was Hayden's turn for shots today.

He looks pretty happy about it in this picture, but he cried pretty hard by that third shot in the arm.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Kindergarten Kid






Gavin had a great first day at Kindergarten!

(I on the other hand have been an emotional wreck....but this post isn't about me) He mainly has been talking about the cool playground he got to play on and the magnets he got to play with in class.

His teacher's name is Mrs. Moore and she seems like she is going to be great for Gavin!
He even has a friend already....

David Stay is the son of one of my good friends. It's so nice to know that he already has someone he knows and gets along with.
I think it's going to be a good year! Here's to the start of Gavin's school career!!!

Sunday, August 9, 2009


Happy Birthday to my little 2 year old! He is so much fun to be around and is always smiling (well most of the time) He brings Justin and I a lot of happiness and we are so glad he is in our family!

Sunday, August 2, 2009


****NOTE: The following may not be that funny to some and may be one of those "ya had to be there" moments, but I thought it was pretty hilarious and wanted to document it. ***

In order to get Gavin all prepped to start Kindergarten, we had to take him to get all his vaccinations. When I told him the night before that we were going to the Dr. he was a little apprehensive but I promised him that mommy would be right beside him.
He did so great through all the sight and hearing tests, through his check up with the Dr. and just when he thought we were good to go, the nurse came in with those "scary" needles. He sat on my lap and I held his arms down so that she could administer the shots (4 in all). He did pretty good for the 1st couple but by the third one he says to her, (well kind of shouts at her) "You shouldn't stick needles in little kids....that's not nice!" I started laughing my head off and luckily the nurse was good humored about it too. When she was finished she pulled out a diagram of kids who were infected with what he was being vaccinated for. After she explained it, he was somewhat o.k. with it.
As we were walking down the hall of the office to leave, Gavin starts telling the nurses and anyone he passes, "Now I have holes in my arms!" Needless to say, he left the whole office in fits of laughter! Gavin.....My Little Comedian!