Monday, February 21, 2011

Full swing!

Baseball is in full swing now! Braxton is playing spring ball and has the same coach that he had his very first season playing ball here in Millbrook. He is very patient and kind and Braxton really likes him. They are already on their second week of practice and games will start before we know it. Hard to imagine that when they start games we will have a new little one to join us. We are looking forward to another great season with sweet boys and sweet families. Our little Mason will begin his baseball career in the fall...right now he just enjoys running around the ballpark chasing all the pretty girls :)

Saturday, February 19, 2011

37 weeks

Here we are at 37 weeks! Not much longer. Only one more Dr. visit before this baby boy will be here. Everything was great at this week's visit and we cannot wait until next week when we get to see this baby boy again...via ultrasound! We will get an estimate on his weight. The Dr. said that he will not look at the ultrasound until he has had a chance to get his estimate in and then we will compare! Any guesses?? My guess is 9lbs 5oz.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011


...the nursery is just about complete! Just a few more things and we will be DONE! But here are a few pics so far.


Brian's team at work threw him a surprise baby shower last week! He works with a bunch of men so I was most impressed with their thoughtfulness. Brian was ecstatic and really enjoyed everything they did for him...wings, potato salad, and of course CAKE, his favorite part. They also had him this adorable diaper cake that has many things that we will be needing for little Cullen when he arrives. They showered him with gift cards that are always useful for diapers and formula!! He is so blessed to work with great people who took the time to make him feel special.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

36 weeks

These pictures just keep getting better and better, don't they??? Especially with the limited activity I have had lately and I rarely wear anything besides sweats, no make-up and my hair in a pony tail! But the end is near and I will love looking back at these if/when this big belly goes away!! Maybe the double chin will go too :)

Nana's Sewing

Mom (Nana) has made the boys many things over the years...blankets, bubbles, shorts, pants etc. In addition she made each one a daygown and a going home gown that we can pass down and each child will have his own to take with him for his children. She just finished up Cullen's gowns to add to the others, each one a little different, each one super special and handmade by their Nana.
The three daygowns, on the left is Braxton's, middle is Mason's and right is Cullen'sThe three going home gowns...Cullen's, Braxton's (middle) and Mason's (right)
They each have shadow stitching or initials