These are the more current photos that I was able to find of them.
They are not "Roly-poly" any more :o)
Thankful for all the old photos and memories that we have...
...and thankful for the new photos and memories that have yet to be created.
These are some photos of when they were "Roly~poly" babies...
...at her 4 month check-up, 16lbs. 14oz. & 26.5 inches
Holloman AFB, New Mexico
...at birth, she weighed 8lbs. 2 oz. & was 20 3/4 inches.
At 9pm I was admitted into the hospital, & she was born at 10:43pm.
~6 months old..eating strained green beans for the first time~
...in the bath, after her greenbeans!
...at this age, she first pulled herself up in the playpen.
...at her 4 month checkup, 18lbs. 11oz. & 25 3/4 inches
Ft. Rucker, Alabama
...at birth, she weighed 9lbs. 2oz & was 21 inches.
I was admitted into the hospital at 1am, she was born at 1:40am.
...big sister helping her get ready for her bath.
...at 4 months, her first tooth appeared!
She had the most rolls on her legs...9 on one and 7 on the other.
...at his 6 month checkup
(I have to find that weight or length,
but at 2 months, he was 15lbs. 10oz & 23.5 inches.)
Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii
...at birth, he weighed 8lbs & was 20 1/4 inches.
6 minutes after they helped to "break my water", he was born @ 5:46am.
Admitted at 4:40am and I was put on the monitors, which was not reading my contractions correctly, since the leads had slipped.
I didnt have any epidurals or pain meds with either of the girls, so when I was told that my contractions were not strong enough and would be there awhile, I thought *Oh, if this isn't strong contractions, then maybe I really need an epidural or pain medication!*
I kept saying, "if someone could just break my water!" After 2 contractions, the doctor checked, my water broke and 6 minutes later, Heartbreaker was born. ...so no time again for an epidural or pain meds.
Big sister sharing some of her banana....at 5 months, he loved to make his mouth shaped in a perfect circle and say "oooo". & when we would say "close, open, close, open...", he would open and close his hands.
...it's bath time.
...at this age, first thing most people seem to notice and will say is "What big eyes you have".
...Free Pretty Things For You's Whatever You Want Wednesday.
...with Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday's "R"
...and with Alicia for Friday Photo Flashback.
Here are a number of art orders:
This one was drawn for a fellow blogger. She chose to have the initials for her two sweet children along with their last name initial. What a great idea!
Here are some other monograms using the childrens' names.
The initials of the handsome Saunders boys.
The initials of the sweet Andreae girls.
This one is a little different. Both cuties' initials are included. however, the ampersand is drawn with the name of their sweet mom.
And this last one is of Dora the Explorer.