Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Pics and explanations

Long time no type!  What's been going on in our lives the past month... EVERYTHING :)  Fortunately it has all been good things and fun filled moments, but no matter how good or fun they are they still keep us busy busy.

Since our last update we have had family pictures.  I know many of you have seen them and commented on them on facebook.  However, we do have a handful of blog followers who aren't "facebookers."  I've got to fill them in too!  Our nanny, Miss Kat, and her sister Alisha took the pictures.  We think that they did an amazing job.  They were quick and creative.  Here are a few of our favorites.

The boys are learning and doing more and more each day.  They are huge (28lbs and 30lbs) and growing so tall (35in).  Both sleep in their big boy beds like pros and talk up a storm.  They love to rub baby Rosie.  We will see how they feel about her once she is here!  Lately Anderson has been asking us if we needed to change her diaper.  Not too sure where he got that from!  

Rosemary is growing fast, and she moves all of the time.  I'm measuring right on the mark.  We have an official date set for our c-section.  Mark your calendar for February 21st at 9 am.  Look out world, she will be here before we know it!  We had our 3D ultrasound  yesterday, my birthday.  I couldn't have asked for a better present then to have a sneak peak of the little gal.  She wasn't exactly the most cooperative darling.  She had either a hand, arm, or hand and arm in front of her face the entire hour we were in there.  Luckily, we got a few good shots in between her crazy big movements and arm flailing.
We have been asked a few times why we picked the name Rosemary.  I've never had a great answer besides that we heard it and loved it from the beginning.  Thanks to our Pastor, and his amazing sermon on Sunday, we now have a perfect reason/explanation for Rosemary.  Bare with me while I give a very short recap... Let's start with the sermon title:  Miraculous Incongruity (click to hear the Sermon, 17:50 in the video).
Roses seem to grow where they are least expected (roses in the desert)  people get pregnant who you shouldn't be pregnant ( Mary and Elizabeth).  There ya go.  A one sentence response to Rosemary...It was the perfect sermon for us and I can't even begin to do it justice by trying to restate what was said.  Take a listen if you would like.  It will be worth your time!

Have a great week.  We are into our 28th prego week.  We thank God each day for Fletch, Anderson, and baby Rosie.  I don't think we could be any luckier!

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