Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 3

Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 1 Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 2 If you’ve ever stayed overnight in a hospital, you know that they don’t really let you sleep. It seemed like every time I would fall asleep a nurse would be stopping in to check either my vitals or the baby’s. I dozed off […]

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Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 2

Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 1 When we arrived at the hospital, it seemed there was a whirlwind of activity around me. Since the doctor apparently didn’t get the earlier page, the hospital was not prepared for my arrival. The nurses were quick though, and set into action immediately. They got me into a room, […]

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Caleb’s Birth Story – Part 1

I woke up Sunday morning ready for a lazy day. I had convinced Evie to stay home with me while the boys went to church because the doctor had put me on bed rest for the weekend. I promised her a movie and some snuggle time, so we settled into Daddy’s big recliner with our […]

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A Captured Moment

On Easter, while we were relaxing at my Dad’s house, my sister picked up my camera and took a few shots of me and Caleb just after a feeding. I have very few photos of the two of us. There are a few during those first days at the hospital, but other than that just […]

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Anybody Out There?

Unless you’ve been following along on facebook or instagram, you might think that I’ve fallen off the face of the Earth. I’m still around, I’ve just had my hands a little full with this precious little thing. Caleb Joshua was born at 39 Weeks, on February 19th, 2012, at 11:52 p.m. He was 10 pounds, […]

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38 Weeks

The waiting is indeed the hardest part. Well, that and trying to keep this ginormous belly covered since I’ve outgrown nearly all the maternity shirts I own now. After my 36 week sonogram, my doctor gave me an induction date of February 15th – as in tomorrow. I was quite pleased with that date and […]

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