Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Hangin Out

Lately Cale and I have been hangin out having a good time while Cason studies. We like to visit the library, park, zoo, and he will start swimming lessons next week. (I think I am more excited than he is)

Quick Cale update.
Cale weighs in at 23lbs 33" tall and loves to run run run and he hates to wear clothes. (hmm reminds me of someone when they were little) He doesn't really eat that much which worries me a little, but I can't force him to eat. He loves milk, yogurt, and goldfish crackers. He can tell you what a cow, sheep, and snake say, and he says car and truck. He is learning so much so fast it is so cool to see him get so excited about things. He just the happiest kid.

Quick Emily update
So far this pregnancy has been a lot worse than the first one. It's not even that bad I know people have it a lot worse than me, but I have heart burn like no other, can't sleep yet always wiped out. Just all the little things that usually don't come until later for me are here and super fun!

Really quick Cason update
Hes at school ALL the time from like 9am 9pm or later. Only this week and then finals and then done :)

Thursday, April 15, 2010

The bedroom

Ok its official, Cason you win, the kids are sharing a room. I guess the baby will sleep ini our room or the office for a few months and then will share with cale. we ordered the bedding and just need to get a toddler bed for cale but here is a preview of the room and their furniture is espresso not white (white looks cute thought) and the beds are smaller and one of them is a crib but again this is just a preview.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

First Easter Egg Hunt

We took Cale to do an easter egg hunt with a few friends, and when we got to the park there was a huge church (not our church) party. So we joined in their fun and ate popcorn, snow cones, cotton candy and hunted easter eggs. Then after a couple hours we went to a smaller park and hid eggs over there too. Cale was so cute picking up eggs, shaking them and then putting them back on the ground.