Friday, June 19, 2009
Kaitlyn went to the mall with her Aunt Michelle and cousin. They went into American Eagle or somewhere and they were playing rap music. She started busting some moves and pretty soon the managers were all watching and then she had a semicircle of curious watchers. Michelle said she was really going to town and that it was the funniest thing she had seen in a while. I guess there was a TV with dancers on it and she was just kind of following what she saw. Scary or cute? I'm not sure.
I have been a bit sleep deprive since Caleb's arrival. Yesterday Kait wanted to read a book to me for the library's summer reading program but I kept falling asleep while she was reading. I must be getting old because I was falling asleep sitting straight up and she would have to wake me up. I would try to focus but would be woken up again before she even finished the page. This happened 3 or 4 times and finally I gave up and lay down for 20 minutes until I got woken up for something or other else. I'm still not sure how Hey AL ends.
Friday, June 12, 2009
Caleb James Adams was born June 10, 2009 at 9:46 p.m. He and mom are healthy and happy. He weighed 8 lbs 3 oz. and was 19.5 inches long.
I was going to write some awesome gospel insights I learned while going all natural on this child but have opted to just brag a bit. Actually, I can't even do that because it feels like I received so much help from the other side of the veil. When I had Hyrum they told me I couldn't have an epidural because of the hellp syndrome that I had but this time I knew I could end the pain at any time and it amazes me what the Savior suffered for us with complete power to end the pain at any time. It kind of makes labor seem small in comparison and yet on a personal level my love for the Savior and Caleb seems greater.