Wednesday, October 31, 2007

A cowboy, a monkey, & a billy goat...

What could it be other than Halloween or the start of an interesting joke maybe?

All 3 boys had so much fun tonight at the Fall Festival our church puts on. Here are some pics from the night. You click on them to see a bigger image since I made them small so I could fit lots of them :).

BTW, who can figure out what Jason is?

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Beautiful Perfection

This is a page I scrapped about Caleb today. I love how it turned out and wanted to share it!

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Our backyard friend

Looky at who is our backyard right now. The boys were out there playing and I went out to check on them. Then, I saw our little friend. Well, actually it's a pretty big friend. We've lived in the panhandle for 2 1/2 years now and this is our first tarantula (at least that we know of).

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Adventures in Mud

Well, I knew it would happen one day having boys and we've had dirty before, but never like this. They found mud and were covered, especially Connor, which I'm sure meant Cole helped him get dirty. Of course, I took pictures first and then started cleaning them up. We had to rinse the tub out more than once. I guess a little dirt never hurt, huh?

Update on Caleb

We've told most everyone about Caleb's diagnosis now, so I thought I'd just update here as we know more. For any of you who don't know, Caleb was diagnosed with plagiocephaly last week. Basically, it just means his head is misshapen. He is healthy and fine. This is primarily a cosmetic issue, but can cause some problems later if not treated.

Our doctor is sending us to a doctor in Ft. Worth, who is one of the best. His appointment is not until Nov. 26th. I wish it were sooner, but the nurse said they usually start aggresively treating (like wearing a helmet/band) this until about 5 months of age anyway. In the meantime we are just supposed to do respositional therapy (mainly meaning keeping him off his back) and we will get some tests run to take with us when we go. Thanks to all of you who are praying!

If you would like to read more about plagiocephaly, there is some good information here,