Wednesday, November 19, 2008


So it's been an eventful last few weeks but nothing out of the ordinary. A lingerie party for Mariama, a baby shower for Scott & Kirsten, Chili and CCL's with the crew at our house, Perri and Ryan came to visit, family in town from up North - lots of activity! Thankfully, I decided not to go back to work until December timeframe rather than early November so that has given me a little more time to stay home, relax, and take care of B.

Brooklyn had her first round of 4 shots at one Dr.'s apt and that was horrible. Torture. Necessary, but brutal. Would it be inappropriate to punch the nurse?

We're pretty much down to a set routine now and she's sleeping for 6-7 hours a night now. She wakes up, eats, then goes back down for another 2 or so - we're close! When and if she sleeps 8 hours through I'm buying her a pony. ;)

Thanksgiving is around the corner and we are going to have everyone over to our house this year, first time I'll be hosting instead of my mom or grandma. Hope I can live up to their standards, and if I don't I guess I've got 364 days to improve. Thanksgiving usually marks the start of the Christmas holiday, but those of you that know me and Dom will understand when I say Christmas has already started at our house. He called me last week to let me know that Christmas music is already on the radio and rest assured he was jamming out. We have already argued on when the tree is going up, Dom would have it year round if it would stay alive. Throughout the holiday season I will refer to Dom as Clark or Sparky on my blog as our family is truly starting to reflect that of the Griswold's.

Other news on the Havins front, Richard's team is 10-0 and is on the road to the National Championship - whoohoo! First playoff game is this weekend so please cheer on the Wildcats!

That's the latest and greatest from our casa, I've got a few more weeks left before I go back to work, so until then we'll keep chillin', baby mama style. ;)

1 comment:

Carrie Burr said...

Playoff game?? Wow, Division II really has their act together. :-)