Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Just some new pictures of the baby.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Brinlee Rae Black

She is here! She even decided to come on my birthday. Brinlee was born Sept. 20th, 2009 at 8:10 p.m. weighing 8 LBS 5 OZ. She is super sweet, cute and has tons of hair (check out the white streak). More to come.

Phone pictures sorry about the quality.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Full Term

I am officially full term today! So I have been cleaning like crazy. You know mopping, wipe down walls, vacuuming out corners of windows, stuff you don't normally do unless you are trying to start having and keep contractions going. Unfortunately I haven't had any luck. Oh well, at least my house will be spotless. We will keep you all updated.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Big Boy Chandler

I can't believe how big my little boy is! The last few days I have been pretty sad that it will never be just me and Chancho ever again after the baby is born. I keep thinking that maybe I haven't spent the time with him that I should have, that I could have been better at playing and not just watching. Hopefully he is ready to be a big brother (most likely not) and wont hate mommy for very long. Although two year old are extremely challenging and can push your buttons like no one else, they are the best little people out there. Just look at this cutie. David brought home some crazy glasses a few weeks ago and Chandler thought they were hilarious. He would never put them on himself, he just liked when adults wore them. My mom and dad were up a week ago and grandma had them on. When Chandler saw her he put his hand to his head and said "Oh my heck Grandma" and ran away giggling. As you can see he is now enjoying wearing them and with his striped jammies he looks a lot like Waldo.

He thinks he is pretty hilarious. Being nine months pregnant and having a funny two year old are not the best combination, I nearly wet my pants taking these pictures.

A few weeks ago I made play dough. Yes I made play dough, just call me Molly Mormon Mommy. Anyway, while playing with it one night Chandler told me it was his baby. So we wrapped it in a dish towel and he carried it around all night. Singing it songs, rocking it, making sure it was warm, and of course giving it some serious baby talk. I don't know where he comes up with this stuff.

By the looks of it he is ready to be a big brother.