Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Brady is here!

Brady Parkes Church was born around 2:30 this afternoon, he weighed in at a whopping 9lbs 8 oz. and was 21 inches. Natalie and Brady are doing good and resting tonight. Big Sister Tori is excited about her new baby brother!
The hat was a little small.

Brady is happy and healthy, Praise God!

Brady Parkes

Tori and Natalie

Brady with Mommy and Daddy.

Proud Mae Mae and Papa, Natalie, Brady and Bryan.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Play day

Frances, Libby, Emma Cate, and Will came over yesterday to eat cupcakes. The kids played while Julie, Amanda, and Dawn caught up.

Tori was the first one to finish...of course!

Libby was a close second:)

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Cupcake time!

Tori and I made Valentine's cupcakes today...a day late.
Tori asked Daddy to watch the cupcakes until they were ready.
Still waiting!

Almost done! Thanks Mr. John and Mrs. Alice for the glasses!

She loved putting the sparkles on the cupcakes and then of course, loved eating them!

Only 1 more week until Brady...yikes! I can't believe it. I have a few more things to do, but I'm feeling pretty good.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Audi had her first shower at Hillsboro last week!

Opening all the fun gifts!

Macey full of smiles!

The twins are getting so much personality. I didn't get to see them for a couple of weeks since we were sick, so I was happy to see them. They were happy to see me, too...we'll pretend it was me anyway:)

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Visit to Arkansas

Tori decided to get sick at the beginning of the week. I thought she was getting better so we decided to take a last minute trip to Arkansas with my parents. It was a very different trip because she was sick with a cough and no energy for most of the trip, then I got it. It has not been the best week, but I am still so glad we got to see my grandparents. We will not see them until the wedding now. You know that I was not myself because this is the only picture I took all week. When Tori had a little energy, Grandma would let her play in the cabinets and she would name everything.
She is doing better now. The doctor gave her an antibiotic, so that has helped tremendously. It's nice to see her playing with toys and smiling again.