Monday, January 19, 2009

The Picture Game

I was tagged in the picture game. The object of the picture tag is to:

1) Choose the 4th folder where you store your pictures on your computer.

2) Select the 4th picture in the folder.

3) Explain the picture.

4) Tag 4 people to do the same.

Ok, I have to admit that I cheated a little bit. Only because the 4th picture in the 4th folder was the picture of Ian in the dryer. You've already seen it. So I picked the 4th picture in the 5th folder. This is a picture of Ian in his car seat on the way up for my parent's anniversary party in July. Not a whole lot to explain...

I hate tagging people in stuff like this, so I will say, if you want to do it yourself, go ahead, but if not, it doesn't hurt my feelings!

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Saturday, January 10, 2009

A Litte Discombobulated

Ian has had a busy week. ( 2-3 weeks) Mommy & Daddy have decided it's time to move closer to daddy's work so that we can see him more! (reduce the commuting time by an hour & 20 min every day.)

We've been preparing the house to go on the market, which means some changes for Ian.

Many of you may remember his bedroom, the "Americana" theme that we selected just for him and lovingly prepared before his birth. Well, it is being destroyed as I type. Our realtor recommended (as we were expecting) we "neutralize" it by painting it a plain color.

Yes, we knew this day would come, but we're still sad that we had to do it.

No worries, though, I saved some of the border to frame and hang as a decoration/memory.

Ian has felt the pressure a bit, I think, and has been having some difficult nights, but we're trying to keep things as "normal" as possible for him. We're anxious to get this house sold and move to a new place so that we can get back to "normal" and start making our nest somewhere else. Please pray for a quick and easy process.

Ian is also preparing to hold vigil at home on Tuesday, January 13, while Grandma Joanne goes in to UPMC Presbyterian for a double valve replacement & double bypass surgery. Brother Aaron will have to keep mommy and grandpa company at the hospital, but Ian gets to stay home and spend the whole day with daddy! We'd appreciate prayers for grandma as well.

Until next time, enjoy this beautiful, blessed winter we're having!

Bye Bye Room