I wonder how much longer I'll be able to do this for. I just want to show ya'll that it can be done without assistance! Take that! :)
Sunday, August 31, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
I love that they can snuggle in one rocker together!
Check out their facial expressions. There is no doubt that these boys are related! Jameson may be one pound heavier, but Jackson makes up for it in hootspa!
I don't know what to say about these photos ... but this was clearly a silly day for the boys! Maybe it was the new sleepers we put them in. I don't know. All I know is that they were full of silly expressions that made us laugh! Here are a few ...
I'm not sure who's face I love more ....
After a satisfying bottle, the boys decided to blow milk bubbles!!
Friday, August 22, 2008
Wesley keeping his eyes on the prize ..... ;)
Since Jameson has been out of the hospital, we decided to take advantage of what was left of summer as much as possible. The boys have dined in the finest of restaurants and swum in the finest of pools! We've been getting out for daily walks and have enjoyed plenty of snuggle time as a big family! This is our version of the infamous Brangelina shot!
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Jameson gained 2 pounds in 3 weeks! What a chubby little bunny!
Absolutely! Jameson was admitted into the hospital with meningitis! He was only 5 weeks old! We have no idea how he got meningitis and why! All we know is that he almost died if we didn't bring him in when we did. I won't go into the sordid details of his hospital stay. All I can tell you is that he needed to stay in the hospital on an IV drip for three weeks and has since made a full recovery!
Wesley and I took turns living at two hospitals, while he was being cared for by an amazing team of nurses, doctors, and specialists, and it was, by far, the hardest experience we've ever been through as a couple, and now a family. My only advice to anyone reading this is to trust your instincts ... we acted on a feeling but never in our wildest dreams did we ever think that he was capable of getting that sick! We were so protective of our boys. But it goes to show you that, despite your best efforts, shit happens! You learn to count your blessings, learn from the experience and move on.
A worried father looking down on his sons