Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Little Itty bitty...

Can you say HELLO!!!!! Its been far to long since I have posted - like 5 months. BUT, here I am waiting to fill you in on all the good stuf, or not so good stuff depending on what you all like to hear.. There is SOOOOOOOOO much to say and sometimes not enough key smacking finger strength to do it in. The first big thing to fill you all in on is this...



We are no longer farmers.... wow, that hurts to say.....


<>next - Milkman is now a maintanance man...



next - the boys are ALL GETTING TO BIG...



next - I am chubby... chubalicious, chubbaluba, anything with chub in it and thats what I am!!!



SO, whats the first thing I should talk about?? The new baby that isnt new anymore -he is 6 months old or how about some pictures of everyone.. I think I will start there.. pictures.. :)

This was the first day of school this year... they are already much bigger than in this photo from a few months ago...



Milk Dud potty training...



The Milk Man with his newest son - he weighed 6lbs 3 oz.....


He was getting a little goofy after not getting much sleep the night before..


Here is our littlest man on the day we left the hospital..
I think he is pretty cute - but wow how little he was and yet big compaired to some that were there......





Now, I know you all want to see how big Milk Dud is....




He fell asleep on the floor watching me make cookies... dont mind the carpet - we need new, but REFUSE to put new in until the kids are big enough to be a little more helpful with keeping it nice....

SO, how have you all been. I have missed you all from the bottom of my heart!!!

11 comments:

Andi said...

The thing about that kind of carpet is it doesn't show anything! Besides, you appear to be raising kids, not clean carpets, so don't consider getting it until they are all gone. Then you will only have the Milk Man to yell at for messing it up!

Mrs Mom said...

HEIDI! Oh wow are the boys getting huge. Beautiful as always too!!!!

Lots of changes in your world girl and we hope they are all for the better. Changes like that can be hard, but pay off in the end ;)

Miss you woman!!! Squeeze those beautiful boys from us!!!

WudWerkr said...

Hey sis , I am glad to see the update . Kids are getting big and thats a great thing . Talk to u soon

BJ in TX said...

Ohmygosh....so nice to finally hear from you - altho I can understand what you've been doing lately!

Tina Marie the Willow Witch said...

Welcome home..... :)

Jessica said...

Seeeee???? now I need to do mine...

heideho said...

Hello Heidi! You have such a beautiful family! Your newest edition is just adorable and I absolutely chuckled when I saw Milk Dud reading on his potty. We all either have, or have at one point, had, that carpet. It brings back fond memories and it's much more sensible that the ridiculously light-colored, solid carpets available now. My girls are older (15, 13 and 11) and I still whole-heartedly believe that we'd be better served with concrete floors and drain in the middle so I could hose it down every couple of days. Hugs from out here in Washington!

heideho said...

Your newest little one (who probably isn't so little any more) is a pretty baby! LOVE the Milk Dud magazine photo. Your older sons looks very handsome. You say "Chubby" like there's something wrong with it. I prefer to think of myself as stocking up for hard times. Carpet shmarpet. The stuff is over-rated. I'm considering ripping what's left of ours out and replacing it with a concrete slab with a drain in the middle. Miss you lots Miss Heidi. Sending lots of love to you and all of your handsome fellows.

Peggy said...

Congrats!!!!!! Handsome family and my how they have grown. So happy to see you blogging and hope you find time in your busy schedule to post again soon. Miss you sooooo much!

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Lisa Oleson said...

Beautiful family!