When Colby (3) first saw Isabella’s umbilical cord he did not say, ” Mommy why is hers private not in hers diaper?”
My feet and ankles are not still swollen nearly beyond recognition (thanks to all of the IV fluids). IF they were swollen my kids would not add insult to injury by writing “MOM” on my ankles and feet by pressing them and laughing at the indentations.
It has not become quite obvious that tick season is in full swing in our back yard. We’ve certainly not seen this more than one time necessitating daily tick checks.
Nick’s (2) current favorite question is not, “Mommy, what is BabyBella crying about?”
The sweet lady who came in to give Isabella her first bath asked Mark if Isabella was the littlest of our 10 children. When Mark began to answer that no some of our children have been 6 or 7 pounds(Isabella was over 8) the sweet lady did not say that she was asking if 3 hour old Isabella was the YOUNGEST of our 10 children.
The first night in the hospital Mark was NOT so tired that he couldn’t figure out how to pull out the hospital bed/couch to the full length. So he and Alyssa did NOT spend an uncomfortable night on a bed that was waaaay too short
I’m not going to bore you with pictures that have nothing to do with this post, just because I think our baby/kids are really cute.