Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Friday, March 18, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
To celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday, West Marshall had a week of special activities and events planned. One day they got to wear their pajamas to school and on Wednesday, they got to dress wacky! It was a lot of fun for Jenna and the kids. Here is my wacky girl:
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
I'm feeling ok. I'm not going to lie and say I feel super, because I don't. However, I've made it to almost 34 weeks and I'm still working and walking around and not on bedrest, which I think is wonderful (knock on wood!).
The boys are getting big! I can tell by the way they move around and the hard body parts I can feel. We head back down tomorrow (Thursday) for some time on the monitor to watch the heartbeats and contractions, another growth ultrasound and to set-up a time for the C-section.
The doctor would like me to make it to 37 weeks, which would be April 8th. I don't know if the boys are going to stay put, but we'll give it our best go. I will do anything I can to keep them growing and developing in there. It's kind of weird to actually set up a date for the C-section because it makes everything seem so real!
I will update you all again after our appointment tomorrow.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Almost everybody was able to make it, which was great! It's always fun to get everybody together to catch-up and I think all the kids love to play with their cousins too.
My mom and dad were such a big help this year! They brought all the food for the day and all I had to worry about was the cake and ice cream. Ahhhh...it was great!
The kids, like always, made out like bandits in the gift area. They are set for spring and summer clothes.
Cake time! We had a State Center gal do the cakes (she is just starting out as a part-time job) and she did AWESOME! The cakes looked great and tasted even better. Brody's was a fire truck or "woo-woo" as he likes to call it.
Jenna's cheeseball smile, along with her "Tangled" cake. I loved how she made the writing look like her hair!
My dad decided to bring the materials to build a sandbox for the kids. I can't wait for warmer weather so they can use it.
A random shot of the Burdorf Boys!
A big thanks to everyone who made it down and made it a memorable time for Jenna and Brody! It meant a lot to have you all here!