January was a busy month. We did lots of things INSIDE. I don't even dare look out the window if the weather is below 75degrees!
***Reese's first laugh for josh was at 12weeks 2days and may have been the cutest thing I've ever heard! ***
Here is proof I do let my kids wander outside occasionally though...Max figured out how to blow bubbles and not just dump them out
Play date with cousins Nathan and Lydia and of course Caiden (who I babysit 5days a week)
My mom taught Max to use scissors (because she is crazy!) and she is super nice and thinks that Even though he is fisher #3 he should still learn things...
Braden likes to do "homework" sometimes while riley does hers
Riley has a lot of homework but usually does it without too much complaining
The many faces of Reese!
And going to the park...
We got a babysitter for Max and planned to surprise the kids with a hockey game (and meeting up with our friends there) but the game was sold out. We salvaged the night with their first time bowling. They had such a good time!
Braden loved to hit everything with that sword and finally broke it one say hitting the bushes outside. Boys will be boys!
My mom was determined to make Reese laugh but I think I was the only one laughing hahaha I love my goofy mom!
Visit to my grandma...reese looks like a baby sumo wrestler here.
We had been in the ER about 4 hours when josh called saying he had to being Braden in for breathing problems...he was released a few hours later after some meds
She was all smiles the day I brought her in. Followed by a sad sad day, I could not get her to smile once, she looked as if she felt defeated. It broke my heart.
Diagnosis. Bronchiolitus and most likely RSV
Josh's parents came once to bring me dinner and love on Reese. I love this sweet picture.
We had so many people offering to help
In every way while i was stuck at the hospital. We sure are blessed!
January ended with everyone happy and pretty healthy.