Thursday, March 29, 2007

Look Who's 3 Months Old

Well, we've have some very exciting things happening lately. Dave's dad came to visit us from Pittsburgh for a few days during Spring Break. He met Zoey for the first time and they instantly fell in love with each other. Then we made our first road trip to Branson for leadership weekend with our kamp friends. Zoey did fabulously well in the car and it only took two hours longer than normal. Not bad for beginners.
Zoey is now three months and cuter than ever. She smiles all the time and even squeals when she's really happy. She found her fists and loves to put them in her mouth. She's even started rubbing her little eyes when she's sleepy. She hasn't rolled over, yet, but she can roll onto her side especially when she's trying to get her fist into her mouth.
new pics posted on flickr

Saturday, March 17, 2007

A bunch of 'FIRSTS' in our household

Last night Dave and I went on our FIRST date since Zoey was born. We went to Mastergrill...yummy...and my mom and dad watched Zoey. We had a blast and so did Grammy and Papa. Apparently they love spending time with their grand-daughter :>)
Last night, Zoey slept through the night for the FIRST time. I fed her at 10pm when Dave and I returned from our date and she didn't wake up until 6:50am. I, of course, woke up at 4am which is when she usually wakes me up to eat. I went into her room and she was sound asleep. I figured she would wake up in a few minutes so I went back to bed to wait. Well, the next time I heard her
it was morning. We're so excited.

Last weekend, we took Zoey on her FIRST weekend away. Our friend Jimmy was in the states visiting from China where he is a missionary. He got a group of his friends together for a relaxing and very fun weekend at Selah Inn.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Daddy's Little Girl

Zoey Michele @ 2 months
11lbs, 3oz, 23in
does NOT like shots
Let me tell you about the worst day ever. It was Thursday, March 1st, 2007 and I took Zoey in for her two month check-up. Dr Day said she looks great. She's in the 55% for weight, the 75% for length and very healthy. Then two nurses came in and gave her 5 shots in her little legs at the same time. They were very sweet and went very quickly but Zoey cried like I've never heard her cry before. It broke my heart into a billion pieces. Since her shots, Zoey hasn't been herself. We went back to see Dr Day yesterday because Zoey had a bit of blood in her spit-up and stool. He's going to run some tests and in the meantime he put her on reflux medicine and took all dairy out of my diet. I'll keep everyone posted...
new pics posted on flickr