Friday, December 17, 2010
Run and tell that. Run and tell that. Mack was born on Dec. 16 at 4:49 p.m. He was 8 lbs. 3 oz 19 inches long. He's healthy. Heidi's healthy. And when finn first saw him, he said, "Look, it's baby Mack attack attack." They are going to be quite the duo. Heidi is one tough beautiful.
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Thursday, December 16, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
Looking sharp getting ready to go to the program.
He did a great job ringing the bells and doing the motions with his hands. Not much singing but honestly I was just glad he got up on stage. Cutest program ever! Hoping to upload a short video later on.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Shaun and I went in for our 'extra' ultrasound this morning and we so pleased to see all good news. Mack's kidneys are doing great, they were holding no extra liquid and were a great size. They were not concerned at all and told us he could not be more healthy. We are so thankful for everyone's prayers with us this past week, its so scary to find out something might be wrong and I can't imagine facing the reality of 'what could have been' without having trust in God. I'm so grateful to find hope and peace in Christ and thankful Mack is healthy. Even if we would have heard the worst news today, I know that Christ would have been our hope throughout.
Makes this season extra special for us this year.
Monday, December 6, 2010
There will be no picture to accompany this post due to the fact that I'm not stepping near a camera at this size.
That being said, we've had mostly great news with the impending arrival of Mack. Our 37 week ultrasound showed a very large, but very healthy baby boy. There is a possibility that his kidneys are holding too much liquid but its something they are watching, no one seems too concerned for now. We will know more when he arrives! For now we are praying for a safe, healthy, EARLY delivery for both Mom and baby. (Well, mostly Momma is praying for the early part.) I've just about had it with all of this false labor and not quite sure how many more days of this I can take. Luckily I have a great doctor who's very willing to hear me out and assist a 38 week pregnant, crazy woman. Poor Shaun, I've cried so much these past 3 weeks that he's just started giving me hugs right when he comes home instead of asking how my day was.
Baby Mack - we are ready for you to come! Everything is in place - cleaned and prepped - now we just need you!
Excited for whats ahead . . .
This post is a little belated but during the week of Thanksgiving we had some snow and ice to preview the winter ahead. (Although now its like 50 degrees and sunny.) Finn and I got a few chances to get out and explore. Nothing like Thomas the Train boots to make for a great walk in the snow! Hopefully we'll see some more snow before the years end. Disclaimer - not on the night I go into labor, please.