Saturday, July 26, 2008
I stole this idea from Chad
...This is a Wordle
of the paper I wrote in response to my trip to India this past January. Enjoy!!
"You'll find me in St. Louis"
...I'll let you finish the line. Dru and I and the boy are in St. Louis until next Wednesday. I have great intentions of getting some photos up by tomorrow. See you then!
Monday, July 21, 2008
I am typing from our actual computer this time. It's amazing what a working hard drive can do. Now if I can just find someone locally to recover all of our data from the busted one. Any suggestions? I should have new pictures up within the next couple of days. Thanks again for hanging in there.
Sunday, July 20, 2008
New Hard Drive
Well...a new hard drive is on the way which means that our computer should be up and running by the end of this week. Unfortunately, all of our information, pictures and such will be lost. You could say that I am a big believer in backing up your information now. Also, data retrieval is ridiculously expensive.
Monday, July 14, 2008
To those of you who have faithfully checked the site for updates about our new little/big arrival I apologize. Our computer is sick...busted...and I am trying to fix it. Hopefully it will be back online by the end of the week. Thanks to Dru's parents and sister for visiting and thanks to Leah and Mom and Dad for hanging out and taking care of us...We love all of you!
Thursday, July 03, 2008
The Past Few Days...
Have been great! Israel is, so far, an easy baby. That's not to say that we are lacking on sleep, but all in all I would say it isn't too bad. He had his tongue "snipped" today. If you hadn't heard, Israel was tongue tied, which means that he wasn't able to breast feed properly. A quick trip to the ENT physician and he is right as rain. We have already seen a difference in his milk intake just after a few feedings.
Dru's parents and her sister Leigh left this afternoon and we were grateful to have them here to help out. We're now looking forward to my parents and sister coming. That's all for now.
Also, our boy is a genius. He already holds his own pacifier and he's not even a week old. (Yes...that is an Ohio State changing pad. Thank you Hannah.)