The tonsil removal was last Wednesday and until about Saturday I would have told you how horrible it was. However, I am beginning to see the "light" and can now say that she is doing well! I am excited at the idea of no strep throat, sore throat and sleeping better. Ella still wishes she never would have had them out but I am also hoping that memory for her will fade! Thanks for all the prayers, cards, gifts (who knew you got so many presents when you had your tonsils out) and phone calls...it was appreciated.
Monday, July 20, 2009
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Thursday, July 9, 2009
I have no pictures because I am way too tired to download all of them from my camera but I am alive and I need to remind myself what to post! I think it is safe to start with we have moved into the new house. That was an ordeal to say the least. We are in though, our stuff is everywhere (and boy do we have alot of stuff...just ask our family and friends). Jonathan and his dad put down new flooring on the first level. It looks great but took a while so it left us scrambling to get all our stuff out of the old house. It is done though, the floors look great and we all survived - barely.
Next up was Jude's birthday (he will get his own post). He turned 4 and is so much fun.
July 4th came next, which was a blast....our house was a mess but the pool and yard were ready to go and we enjoyed it!! Jonathan rented a blow up waterslide for the festivities and the adults and kids alike loved it.
This week Ella is at golf camp! She is having so much fun and loving every second. She won the chipping contest and they called her the chipping chipmunk.
Next week Ella has her tonsils an adenoids removed. I am nervous but am hoping that she feels better and it make a difference for her and her sleeping habits!
On the Gabe front, he is a crazy man that cannot be contained. He has suction cups for feet and loves to make a good mess and he is great at it! He did take a big spill down the steps this morning but seems to have recovered....he never cried but he was not really sure what happened.
Pictures to come....
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