Sunday, September 27, 2009

Bad, bad baby.....

He had a blast pulling all of the tissues out of the box. Needless to say, I wasn't home and Ron was watching tv, not paying attention. I though it was funny though so I had to take a picture.

And these are just because he's a stud.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Okay I just have to do this.

There is a fat little Mexican kid that lives in our little townhome community. I guess I was in the right place at the right time because he came running up to me with a cookie sheet full of little white balls.

Fat kid: Hey would you like to buy some homemade chalk?

Me: Ya know, I would love to but I don't know what I would do with chalk.

Fat kid: Well do you know anyone else who would like to buy some homemade chalk?

Me: No I don't, I'm sorry.

I don't know why I found this so funny. I mean you hear of kids selling lemonade and girl scout cookies...but homemade chalk? That's HILARIOUS to me.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Ron is fine....we think.

His X-ray didn't look good but his CT scan didn't show a clot in his heart...which is great news!!!

He is doing a stress test in the morning so hopefully we will know more then. Please keep him in your thoughts / prayers. This has been a sucky day. LOL.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

How annoying is this?!

I recently spent $200 on Jaxon for some winter clothes. I bought him 12-18 months which turns out that they fit him fine now but they definitely won't last through winter.

So now I have to run around to Old Navy and Gap to return these clothes and get him 18-24 months. They may be a little big at first but I will not be buying two sets of winter clothes.

I'm just very annoyed. I got some SUPER cute stuff and all of it was on sale. I hope I can get the same stuff on sale. Ugh.

He's going to be ONE next month.

He is 11 months old today and I'm feeling very sentimental about it so I decided to put together a montage of his life thus far.

I hope you guys like it as much as I do.

Love you all so much!

Monday, September 21, 2009

Our newest additions...

Okay, so as most of you know, we got rid of our beloved pups, Carson and Camille...Well, we decided to find some less maintanence to fill the void I've been feeling since C and C have left.

We found two, one year old, guinea pigs. They are so, so very cute and sweet.

The best part is that there is a place in Aurora (about an hour from here) that will board them both for $4 a night, which is very affordable for us. Aurora is on the outskirts of Denver, which is where we will be flying out of for our Disney trip in December so it seems that it will work out perfectly.

Ron wants to name them squeak and squeal but I'm not too sure about that. Does anyone have any suggestions on what we can name them?

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Maegan and Ron.

They make beautiful people together....

Saturday, September 5, 2009


I've learned that becoming a parent is very hard. It's not because it's a lot of work, it's because of having to say goodbye to different stages of your child's life.

I weaned Jaxon from the boob this week. It was a decision I was very comfortable with until today. Ron and Jax took off on a day in the Bronco and I was left here, alone, not being needed by anyone. It really has been a rough day. He's doing fine without the breast but I'm not sure I was ready.

I don't even know why people have kids. This is hard!!!! I can't imagine saying goodbye to my baby and saying hello to my toddler....Or saying goodbye to my toddler and hello to my kid...then kid to teenager, THEN the worst and most dreaded of it...saying goodbye to my teenager and saying hello to my adult!!! How in the crap am I going to handle him flying the coop and going off on his own when I am having such a difficult time with him not needing me to nourish his body anymore.

He was a few days old in this picture and it makes me sad to see it. I don't want him to grow up. It's a hard pill to swallow that it's incredibly inevitable. There is no doubt that I will be so proud of every stage of his life but this is harder than I thought it was going to be...this parenting thing, I mean.