Update Overload

I update the blog with everything that has happened this month that I was a slacker at. So you will have to click 'older posts' to view everything.

Sunday, February 17, 2008


Family Photo

Ben and Cynthia

Casey and Cynthia

Cynthia in the dress Grandpa bought her

Friday, February 15, 2008


The Little Princess is having a good time dancing to the Jazz that was playing on the radio in the background. (Something tells me that she likes Jazz - I don't know, just a thought.) You can't really hear the music - but it is there. This was after Ben changed her and she was perfectly content to let him - usually she cry's and screams and really puts up a big fuss when getting changed.

I Learnt to Crawl...

Well not really, but I can push myself around!

The other day Ben was holding Little Cynthia on his chest and was trying to burp her. I was sitting next to him on the bed doing something on the computer. The next thing I hear Ben asking the Little Girl where she was trying to go. I look over to see that she had moved herself so that, instead of vertical on Ben, she was now horizontal with her head facing me. She kept on wriggling her way towards me. Ben let her go. She would use her legs to push on Ben so that she kept moving forward. She got half on me and then she pushed on last time and there was no more Ben to push on so she began to cry. It was the cutest thing ever. She was telling us that she was hungry and knew where the food was.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Little Tea Pot

I have no idea how to rotate this movie, but I just think that it is the cutest ever so I had to share it with you.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Finally Making The Calls...

Ben and I finally decided to start making the phone calls to announce the arrival of Little Cynthia. It was so fuuny, Ben was teaching her to cry on que - and she did it a few times. Check it out...

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Mr. Mom

I would like to give a shout out to my wonderful husband who has taken on the role of Mr. Mom. Since we have come home from the hospital, Ben has been nothing but helpful and amazing. He not only tends to my needs - since I can't do anything - but he also takes really great care of Little Cynthia. He is the first to get up in the middle of the night when she makes a noice, the first to change her dirty diaper, first to wash her at bath time, if he could he would be first to nurse her as well. He is really making recovery for me a little easier not having to worry so much about everything.

Thanks Ben, you really are one in a million - best husband/dad on earth!

I love you lots!