July 30, 2007

Guys Campout!

Yesterday I posted about the Girls trip to Pipestem. Today, I'm posting about the Guys and kids (ages 3+) Campout. Poppy, Uncle Bill, Andy & Wilson, Danny, Meghan & Lily, James & Ethan, and David (Katie's BRAVE boyfriend ) went backpacking along the Williams River in WV. The hiked in 2 1/2 miles from the cars to a beautiful campsite. Here are a couple of views where they were staying. The kids ages 9, 5, almost 4 and 3 1/2 did really well on the trip. There were a few complaints about the thunderstorms and hiking in the rain but you can't really blame them! At the campout they ate lots of food, roasted marshmallows, had a beautiful campfire, swam in the cold river and had lots of fun! Here is Wilson, ready for bed and excited to be sleeping in a tent with his daddy, Lottie and in a new sleeping bag! Say cheese!

The boys also did a little fishing on the trip. Didn't catch any fish though! This is Wilson's first time to fish.

Hiking with Ethan! Wilson's little legs did get tired!

Wilson and Poppy found some great walking sticks!

Here's the whole gang! Wilson, Andy, Poppy, Danny, Lily, Meghan, David, Ethan, James. (Uncle Bill took the picture!)

Here is Wilson on the drive home from WV after the camping trip. I think the hiking and camping wore him out just a bit...don't you?!

July 29, 2007

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!

Last week I went to Pipestem in West Virginia with my 3 sister-in-laws, mother-in-law, 3 baby boys (one was Luke!) and Andy's Nanny. We had the BEST time! We all met up at Nanny's house and sent the Guy's and bigger kids on their adventure (See later post!). Then we loaded up in 2 vans since there were 9 of us and drove to Pipestem. On the way we stopped in a quaint little town for lunch and shopping. The shops are neat and more like boutiques. There is a great toy store there so a couple Santas did some Christmas shopping! It was fun. Then we drove on to Pipestem. When we got there we unpacked into our 3 rooms. Stephanie, Trey, Luke and I roomed together. Katie and Erin roomed together with Finley and Nanny and Carol roomed together. We went to the lodge restaurant for dinner so we didn't have to load the babies into their carseats again. After dinner the boys took a bath and went to bed so the girls could have some fun! I brought the baby monitor so we were able to sit in the hallway and hear all of the babies just in case. We played Apples to Apples and talked and laughed. It was soo fun. We were all able to enjoy each other with having fewer kids to watch etc.
The next day we woke up and had breakfast in the room. Then Katie, Erin, Stephanie and I went to the workout room to exercise. We did the treadmill and weights while Nanny and Carol watched the boys. We were hoping to find a spa of some kind to get manis, pedis or a massage- but no one could take 6 adults on such short notice. (We'll call ahead next time!). So instead we all got ready and went to eat pizza for lunch. Then we drove to a mall a little ways away and shopped. The boys played in the play area, got balloons, and a cookie! Everybody bought something. Many of us bought pants or a jacket because it was so cool in WV. It felt so nice outside (even though it rained almost the whole time we were there!). After shopping we headed back to Pipestem in time for dinner at the lodge again so we could take the boys swimming afterwards. The pool was heated and felt like bathwater. It was an indoor pool and it felt so good. The boys had a great time swimming. After they had baths we put the boys to bed and met in the hallway for another round of Apples to Apples. This time we had snacks and a good long talk too. It was so nice. I feel like I know each one of my in-laws (sisters and mother) even better! We had a GREAT time and I really hope we get away together again soon. Here is Luke and Finley helping us get the luggage to the car before we met up with the guys! They rode all over the lodge like this. It was so cute!

One last picture before we left! Here's me, Stephanie, Erin and Katie. Carol and Nanny were holding the babies and taking the picture! Like our matching shirts? We found these at the mall and HAD to get them! "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!" You can also read about this trip here!

Luke has 8 words!

Since Luke's tubes were put in he has really started talking more. I think it is because the fluid is off his ear and he can hear so much more. I'm going to try and phonetically spell his words for you!

1. Mama
2. Dada - he says mama/dada only when he wants to!
3. La - lottie
4. saw- sock
5. shir- shirt
6. meh- milk (standing at fridge or in car doing the sign!)
7. moh- more (with his sign language at the same time!!)
8. baw- ball (This word is so clear! I am so proud of him!)

We are so happy he has gotten the tubes to help him feel better. It is so nice to know there isn't fluid sitting on his ear all the time. He has always been a happy little boy but now I know he feels better and can hear! We go for a hearing test/tube check mid-August. He is walking so well now that he can almost run!
Way to go, Lukie!

July 28, 2007

Oh. My. Gosh.

OK, so no pictures from Trey's party last night. I was about and hour and a half late. Yep, that's right. We were loading the car to head to the party. I had taken out my small group book that had an ink pen tucked inside. The pen didn't have a cap on it. One of those blue papermate pens. So anyway, we got both boys in and I was going to carry a couple things inside and grab the camera. Well the ink pen slipped out of the workbook and landed by my foot. I was wearing flip flops and didn't realize it had fallen out. Who cares anyway, it's just an ink pen, right? WRONG. It was an evil pen, one that caused a puncture wound in my foot (yeah, you read that right, an ink pen stabbed my FOOT). Apparently the pen landed just so that when I took a step it was jabbed into my foot. It hurt so bad, I thought it was a stick. I looked down to find the blue pen sticking out of my foot. I freaked out and had to pull the pen out of my skin. It was in fairly deep for a pen/foot combination. After I pulled out the pen there was a hole in my foot. I called it a big, deep hole. Andy might have described it differently. Anyway, it hurt bad and began to bleed. I really didn't know if I would need stitches or not. Now, remember we were on the way to Trey's 1st b-day party so Wilson is saying he's ready to go to the party NOW and Andy is wanting to get there too (his parents are in town). He tried to convince me that it wasn't that bad, that he could clean it and put a band-aid on it. But my worrisome self insisted on going to the Urgent Treatment Center. I was quite freaked out. So Andy dropped me off at the UTC and took the boys to the party. His parents are in town so Mimi watched them. Then he came back to pick me up. Basically, I got a tetanus shot and a band-aid. The Dr. said it would heal up fine on it's own. Of course I was feeling a little silly but I did need the tetanus shot. I had carried the pen in to show the dr but she didn't want to see it! Well everything was fine and good after that. I made it to the rest of Trey's party and the foot wasn't hurting too bad. But then, this morning when Lukie woke me up bright and early I couldn't hardly walk to get him. My foot is SO sore. Dr. didn't tell me I might not be able to walk. I just took 800mg ibuprofen and that has taken the pain away a little bit. If I tried to reenact this incident for you I think it would be impossible. Probably a once in a lifetime fluke. Leave it to me!

July 27, 2007

It's that time again...

Well, yesterday was my first official day back in my classroom. Thankfully, Andy was able to come and help me set up all the furniture. We worked fast! My mom was able to keep the boys for an hour and we did move all the furniture in that time. Then Wilson and Luke came to school and played so I took care of them while Andy set up all of my computers and other technology stuff. He was a HUGE help! Thanks, babe! Today I went in by myself and started unpacking, throwing stuff away, and setting up. I don't know how teachers get so much stuff. I feel like I am constantly weeding out my materials and yet there is still sooo much! I made a dent today but there is still a lot of work to be done. It is so overwhelming at this point because I'm trying to get it just right! Some good news on the school front is a voluntary school "uniform" of sorts. The idea started with 1 or 2 people and now a lot of the staff are going to participate! I plan to wear khaki pants, a Clays Mill shirt, and tennis shoes everyday but Friday's. We're hoping to have jean day on Fridays like last year. I'm pumped about this because it will make getting ready for work so much simpler and I won't have to worry about not having enough "work" clothes.

Yesterday was farm fresh veggie day and we received a huge cabbage, eggplants, garlic, lots of tomatoes, broccoli, cucumber, corn, and a melon. Yum-o! I got a little bit of everything except the eggplant. I hope to try it in a later basket. There were only 2! Also, the farm has a couple days this weekend for u-pick blackberries. I hope to take the boys to see the farm where our veggies come from and pick a few berries. Lovin' the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)thing!

Today is Trey's 1st birthday! Happy Birthday Trey! Can't wait for your party! There will be pics on that later!

July 25, 2007

I'm Baaack!!

The days just keep flyin' by! We just returned today from WV for a short trip with Andy's family. It was a blast! There will be a couple more posts later. The girls and babies stayed at Pipestem, a resort/lodge and the boys and kids went backpacking near the Cranberry river. I haven't had as much fun as I did in a long time! I can't wait to tell you all about it! Andy and Wilson seem exhausted from their backpacking trip. Us girls did a lot of talking, laughing, joking, playing Apples to Apples, eating, shopping, and basically reconnecting. It was GREAT! Andy had the camera on his trip so Steph and Erin are going to send me our great pics for a later post!

July 20, 2007

Busy, busy, busy!

What a week! We have been so busy lately! We've had the carpet cleaned, I painted the trim in two bathrooms plus the wainscoating and vanity in one of the bathrooms. Andy is working on re-caulking the shower and tub. We've been to the dentist, Luke had tubes put in and I had a professional development day. On top of all this tomorrow we're having a yard sale! Today we posted signs and made sure everything was priced. I tutored two former students and met some friends for lunch. It has been crazy! Andy keeps saying "can't we spread some of this out a little?" I know he is a bit frustrated but he is being very helpful through all of it. I guess I know school is coming SOON (I plan to start back next Thursday) so I need to get some stuff done so I can feel like we accomplished SOMEthing!! We have had a great summer and I hate to see it nearing the end. It is always so hard to anticipate the return to school and see the boys drastically less. I do love teaching and am so lucky to have the boys at home with Andy. But it is still hard.
So, I said we went to the dentist today. Good news overall, teeth are clean, no cavities, x-rays are good. But my dentist told me something a little upsetting. How I've been dealing with my stress. Some people may deal with it in other ways, but it seems one way I deal with stress and anxiety is to grind my teeth at night. He mentioned it the last time we were there, about 6 months ago. Today, he told me I've been grinding a lot. So much that I've ground off an 1/8. of. an. inch. off my tooth. That upsets me. I have anxiety a lot. That is well known. Now, guess what I'm worrying about?! Grinding my teeth. He told me I needed to put a little note by my bed that says I won't grind my teeth or something like that. By reading it before I go to bed it will bring my habit to my conscience and hopefully help me to stop. If not, I have to get an appliance to sleep with which cost a pretty penny according to the dentist. I said oh, my mom has to sleep with that (thinking maybe it is inherited and I can blame it on the genes!) he quickly said "oh no, this isn't inherited, it just stress and anxiety related." Great. Hopefully his notecard trick will work!

July 19, 2007

A Sadie sized hole!

Okay, check out these pictures. The first is a close up shot of the "hole". It is at the bottom of the fence. We have found her exit! She no longer goes outside alone. If you don't know what I'm talking about, read this first!

Now you see a full size shot of the fence. Sadie's hole is down at the bottom center by the discolored fence plank. It's small, huh?

Wilson has solved the problem for us by blocking Sadie's hole! Check out his homemade blockade. Pretty smart! We still don't let her out alone because she'd probably just push this aside.

Today is farm fresh veggie day! Our basket today had corn on the cob, cucumber, zucchini, squash, green beans, tomatoes, a melon (not sure what type as it is bright yellow), salad greens, and broccoli. Tonight we are having a grilled chicken greek salad and using our fresh salad mix, cucumber, and tomato. Yum!

July 18, 2007

Luke is Home!

We woke up bright and early this morning to take Luke into the Surgery center. We let Luke sleep until 5:55am and left Maw and Paw here to watch Wilson and the dogs. Once we got to the surgery center I walked in and saw Brenda! What a nice surprise :) . She came to be with us and Luke until he was finished. Thank you, Brenda! The nurses, anesthesiologist, and Dr. O were all very nice and helped us to feel comfortable with the whole procedure. We were called back to pre-op by 6:55. While we were waiting Luke rode around in a wagon. Then when the nurse and anesthesiologist came to take him back Luke willing went to them and didn't cry at all! I was so relieved that he went easily because that is the part I was worried about. Made everything easier that I didn't hear him upset! Luke was finished by about 7:45. He had a lot of fluid in his right ear which they removed. His tubes are in and we go back in one month for a tube check and hearing test. He was really upset when he woke up from the laughing gas and cried for some time while Andy and I held him. Now he is home, eating breakfast and laughing at Wilson!

July 17, 2007

Think twice before asking us to dog sit!

Okay, you know our dog, Lottie? She is big. A yellow lab, about 60lbs. We're used to her largeness. We're dog sitting for Sadie, a sweet, tiny jack russell. I'm always afraid I'll step on her and I'm not sure what to do for her when she shakes. She loves to jump and lay in my lap. Lottie hasn't fit in my lap since she was a tiny puppy! Anyway poor little Sadie. I think she is somewhat afraid of Lottie. She is also somewhat afraid of two small boys. Wilson and Luke love Sadie dearly. So much so that they want to play with her alot. This makes Sadie nervous. So, Sadie has decided at every possible chance she will try to escape to safety! Can't say I blame her :) .

I'm not quite coordinated and fast enough to block Sadie so she has run out the front door once and I quickly got her across the street. Last night, we let Sadie out in the backyard for one last time before bed. A little while later our doorbell rang (after 10pm mind you!). It was our neighbor who somehow figured out after calling the # on her tag that maybe we were dogsitting the little white dog. We had no idea Sadie had gotten out b/c we didn't know there were any holes big enough for a dog. Well, when we think of holes big enough for a dog we think of bigger holes... I think Sadie can fit through very small holes! Today I came home from a PD and Andy had let the dogs out to go to the bathroom before we went out for dinner. I realized the dogs weren't around and said we better check on Sadie, I don't want her to run away. Andy assured me they had only been out for like 5 min. He went out and checked and ... no Sadie. So then Andy walked around for a while trying to find her. Then he drove around, then we all drove around. Finally about 3 hours later a neighbor a couple of houses down knocked on the door holding Sadie!! We were sooo relieved that she was safe. The neighbor had been calling the # on the tag and had even fed Sadie dinner. She found out from the neighbors last night that we were the (irresponsible) dog sitters so she came a knockin'. It was a little embarrasing. More so to have J&C listen to the messages the neighbor left on their machine about their dog. Sorry guys! We're not letting her out alone ANY more!! She IS safe and sound. We're taking good care of her!

**On a side note, we take Luke into the surgery center at 6:15am tomorrow morning. Ma-maw and Papaw are coming over to watch Wilson so he can stay asleep. I'll update tomorrow on Luke's tubes.

July 15, 2007

Let me introduce you to Mr. Peebles!

Mr. Peebles is a long time friend of the youth group Andy leads. He is a monkey and he is now featured on the new youth mission trip shirt! Andy designed the t-shirt using Charissa's stuffed animal, Mr. Peebles. Mr. Peebles has been on most youth overnight trips since 2003. He is the cute monkey with the bling. The bling say's Christ Church Youth. The shirt is such a hit that people not in the youth group were wanting to buy the t-shirts at church this morning! I don't think that has ever happened before!

Tonight the youth group came over for On Location (the youth travel to a different house each Sunday night in the summer for dinner, fun, and a lesson). Here's a shot of everyone enjoying the chips and salsa. We had taco salads and a veggie tray with dip. The meal went over well, there was hardly any leftovers!

The youth played a game called 4 on a couch and ate peanut butter chip brownies with vanilla icecream. This time, no leftovers! Wilson and Luke loved having the youth over and Will even put on a drum concert for everyone. We had a great time having all the youth over tonight!

Oh, and here is one more picture of Mr. Peebles himself!

July 14, 2007


What a week! Daddy is finally coming home in less than an hour from his week long summer mission trip with the youth. We cannot wait for him to come home! I'm sure he is worn out and missing his boys as well. Last night the boys and I went to visit the youth group and daddy. We all rode the joy rider which you can read about here. It was fun! We also got to see where daddy had been sleeping all week. Wilson wants to go to the park and the pool now that daddy is coming home. The boys and I did go to the park on Thursday evening for a picnic and some play time! Here are a few pictures.

Here we are eating our very lovely picnic, McDonald's!

Wilson LOVES firetrucks right now. He received a new book this week in the mail called Fire Fighters to the Rescue! We have been reading it EVERY night since he got it!! Wilson slid down the fire pole for the first time at the park on Thursday too!

Here is Luke playing. He was so busy at the park that I could barely get a picture of him. He kept going head first down the slides!

Today I was able to go to a friend's bridal shower. It was great fun to see old friends and catch up. Can't wait to see you girls again soon! I loved talking with you both!

July 13, 2007

18 month checkup

Well, Luke had a good appointment today. He has grown a little more than last time. He weighs 25 lbs 5 oz and is 32 1/4 inches tall. That puts him in the 42nd% for weight and the 48th% for height. His head on the other hand is in the 99th%. WOW! That's a BIG head! But no worries, Wilson's head has always measured big too. Luke had to get 1 shot which really hurt his feelings! His right ear still has fluid on it but no infection so that is good news. His tubes go in next Wednesday, July 18th. I brought Luke's toolbox to the doctor office. It is an old fashioned metal box, really small (like the size of a box of candy you get at the movies). It has some really cute wooden handled plastic tools in it. His gamma bought it for him. The boys were hammering, sawing, and tightening screws in the room while we waited for the dr. It was so cute, I wish I had my camera there! Good news about Luke's eczema, I asked if I could stop putting vaseline on him twice a day and she said YES! I'm so glad. Especially now that it is summer I've been skipping the morning rub down. He hasn't had a flare up in a long time so she said just lotion would be fine. Yipee!!

July 12, 2007

Picture Day Nightmare...

OK, so what is it with appointments?! Today, we had a picture appointment scheduled for 9:30. The place opened at 9:00am. They only had been open for 30 minutes and yet still managed to be way behind. We were finally directed into our picture room at 10:00am. Which 30 minutes with a 3 1/2 and 1 1/2 year old is a long time when you're trying to keep them happy for pics. Anyway, we go into the picture room and here is my conversation with the very UNenergetic picture person.

Her: So, what kind of pictures are we taking today?

Me: Some of them together WITH their cowboys boots on. Then, I brought an outfit change for each of them so we can do separate pictures of each one.

Her: Okay, take their shoes off and we'll start with them here.

Me: (In my head) Hunh? I have them in their cowboys boots now. Why would we take the boots off for the boot picture??? But I took the boots off and she actually got a good shot of them.

Then she took some pictures of them in their boots. Maybe boys and boots are a new thing for her to take pictures of. She didn't position them. She very meagerly tried to get them to smile. It was ridiculous. Needless to say when we left we didn't have any cowboy boot pictures b/c they were terrible.

Then she wanted to take pictures of them by themself. In their cowboy boots. I said well I brought different outfits for the individual pics (cute outfits too that I had ironed this morning). She was confused, like I hadn't already told her that. So anyway I changed Luke and she took some pictures of him and he never smiled for her. She just wasn't into her job. If your going to be a children's photographer, you've got to be excited and energetic, right?!??!! Very frustrating experience at a place that had rave reviews from many people I know. So, I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt and try them one more time before I completely judge them as a bad picture place.

Remember my appointment time? 9:30am. Guess what time I walked out with pictures in hand (which is a nice added bonus). NOON. We had to wait for our turn to take pictures. Then we had to wait for our turn to look and choose pictures. Then we had to wait for our pictures to print. So during the last wait, the boys and I had lunch next door a Qudoba. It was good and they enjoyed their cheese quesadilla. We went back to get our pictures. They told me it would take 20minutes to print but of course not. We returned after 30 minutes so I was SURE they would already be done and waiting for us. Nope. I had to stand and wait again. I was almost ready to burst into tears. (Sorry about the venting, but it does feel better to get it all out!)

Oh it's Thursday, farm fresh veggie day! The veggie basket this week included: green tomatoes, red tomatoes, roma tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, cucumbers, kale, cauliflower, green peppers, and corn on the cob! I can't wait to make fried green tomatoes!!

July 11, 2007

To Mimi and Poppy's we go!

At the end of June we loaded up the car again, left around 10pm on a Monday night and Andy drove us to Florida! The boys did pretty well sleeping in the car. We crossed the Florida state line just before 7am. Made it to Mimi and Poppy's house around 10:45am!

We had lots of fun while we were in Florida. We were able to go see a Tampa Bay Devil Ray's baseball game. Here is Wilson talking to Poppy during the game. After the 2nd batter Wilson began saying he was ready to go home! He enjoyed his cracker jacks and finally like cotton candy (any other time he hasn't liked it!). Luke stayed home with Mimi and Finley for some fun and sleep. The great thing about visiting Mimi and Poppy is you also get to visit Uncle Jimmy, Aunt Erin, Ethan and Finley too!!

On Thursday we headed to the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa. It was Wilson and Luke's first trip to a zoo! When we got there Andy asked Wilson what animal he wanted to see first after reading him the different types from the map. What do you think Wilson picked? ... Skunks!!! Here is Wilson, Ethan and Mimi riding Hank, the camel. Wilson was a little nervous about riding Hank but Mimi made him brave!

Here are the boys feeding a giraffe with mommy and Poppy. The giraffe's were one of my favorite exhibits. That and the manatees!

It was super hot at the zoo so no one felt like eating. We got the kids popsicles for lunch. Here is Luke enjoying his cool treat.

The next day we loaded up the van to drive to the beach. It was about an hour away. We packed a picnic, brought some rafts and enjoyed the sun and waves. Wilson was pretty excited to get back to the beach. He was much braver at the beach this year!

Luke, Wilson, Ethan and Mimi built a sand castle together. They had fun building it and then destroying it! Here is Luke behind the castle. Poor baby was covered in sand from head to toe!

Another picture of Luke wearing his big cousin Ethan's hat! Just look at the cute grin!

Ethan has a mustang! Wilson got to drive it around Ethan's house two different times. He thought it was pretty cool. Luke rode with Ethan driving and had fun too. These two will be a dangerous pair in about 10 years!

We had a great time visiting Mimi, Poppy, and Aunt Katie in Florida. Katie celebrated a birthday and we all ate at her favorite Italian restaurant. It was yummy. We also got to go to Katie's College Campus and look around at her school. Andy found 3 new root beer bottles at a cool little shop to add to his collection. One of my favorite outings was when the girls hopped in the car (without any children!) and went shopping together. It was a great trip and we look forward to visiting Mimi and Poppy again soon!

July 10, 2007

Making Cookies with Wilson

Wilson and I decided to bake M&M cookies today. He helped me each step of the way!

Yay! We love M&M's!

Aren't they pretty! I think all of the bright colorful M&M's are what make the cookies taste so good!

Yes, he ate a lot of batter through the process. I'm not much of a raw cookie dough eater, he and his daddy sure are!

Yummy, the final product sure is tasty! Gramma stopped by and got to eat one for herself. She even took a few home to share with Gampa!

July 9, 2007

It's a Texas Thang!

Early in June we loaded up the car to drive to Texas! One of Andy's best friends was getting married. We had been looking forward to this trip for a long time. I was excited to meet Ted's soon to be wife, Cynthia, and Andy was looking forward to reconnecting with his best friends. We made the trip to Texas with our good friends Matt and Olivia. The first 1,000 miles we saw this, the back of Matt and Olivia's car!!

We left on a late Wednesday afternoon and drove halfway. Luke fell asleep pretty early, but Wilson, he had work to do!

The boys helped us unpack!

Friday and Saturday were busy with the rehearsal, rehearsal dinner, and the wedding.
Luke and Wilson at the wedding. Aren't they handsome!

Matt & Olivia, who we hung out with on the trip down and at the hotel. Olivia helped me TONS with the boys! She's going to make a GREAT mama!! Thanks again, Olivia!

Here are Ted & Cynthia, what a beautiful couple! Congratulations to the newlyweds!!

Andy, Ted, and Matt at the reception. It's good to see the guys together again!

After the wedding we went for one more swim at the pool. The hotel had a nice pool which is crucial in Texas heat and humidity!

We began the 1,000 mile trip home on Sunday. But hey, what's a Texas trip without some cowboy boots, right??!!


Do you want to know how many times I have changed sheets in the last week?!! At least four times in seven days. Before we left for Florida (upcoming post on that trip soon!), I changed all 3 sets of sheets on the beds so we'd come home to clean, fresh, sheets. The day we got home Wilson and I took a nap in my bed and slept too long so he had an accident. Then 3 more nights this past week his diaper has not held out through the night. What is going on?? We always have him use the bathroom before he goes to bed. We limit the water in his cup by his bed so he doesn't drink too much. Yes, he still sleeps in a diaper at night SO THAT we won't have accidents all the time!!! Well, we only have 2 waterproof twin bed matress covers. So last night, around 3am Wilson comes in, (poor little thing) and says "I'm sorry mama but I peed out again." I calmly got out of bed, said "it's okay" (even though in my head I'm thinking AGAIN?!) and walk him in to change his pj's put on a fresh diaper and then we proceeded to pull out his sleeping bag and sleep together on the floor until Andy was leaving this morning. So I woke up with half of my body asleep, guess I'm not used to sleeping on the floor anymore! Right now, the bed is remade with fresh sheets and a clean waterproof matress pad, ready and waiting! I think I'm going to Wal-Mart to get the night time diapers since he seems to be going in mass quantities right now!! But here is a sweet pic of each little guy snoozing...Awww...