Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Christmas 2010

Who needs Santa, when you have Grandma?
Enjoying the Christmas tree lights.
Bouncing in cousin Jake's Jolly Jumper.
Spencer and I got a kitten for Christmas. Actually, just a baby that sounded like one. Drew's purring and fever were a little too much for this first time mom to handle so we headed down to the Children's Hospital of Atlanta. They slapped two stickers on his PJ's, a bracelet on his wrist and had him assessed in no time. A nasal vacuum, breathing treatment, and x-ray later diagnosed the little fella with Croup in the upper airway, Bronchiolitis further down, and a little bit of Pneumonia in the right lung. The doctor called him a "Happy Wheezer" since he couldn't stop smiling at all the new faces. A few days of antibiotics and Drew is almost back to his old self... Just in time to get on a germ filled airplane again. 

Sunday, December 19, 2010

bada bing bada boom.

 2 years now, and still going strong. It's fun to look back at our wedding pictures and remember that special [snowy] day.
(As well as reminisce about skinnier times.)
Now we can add pictures of little Drew to our collection.
We have been so blessed in two short years. 
Happy Anniversary Spencer. Love you.

Friday, December 17, 2010

My Final Final.

I told Spencer to look for me in the testing center via THIS site.
There I am. About to go take my last final of 2010.
Now we are done and thoroughly enjoying our Christmas break thus far.
One more semester to go.

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Family Resemblance

Everyone knows that Drew and Spencer are spitting images of each other
But looking through some pictures today made me realize where he gets that sassy tongue...

Monday, December 06, 2010


Christmas Card Commotion.

I have always loved getting Christmas cards and family letters during the holiday season. It is fun to see how families have changed and grown. I think I have to get a little bit older, or expand my amount of friends before I get enough to cover my fridge. My mom sets the cards up along the mantle over the fire place, and I've seen others string them across the room on a piece of twine.

 I love the cards and stationary offered by Shutterfly this season.
(like this one, this one and this one... oh and this one)
Notice how all of them have multiple spaces for pictures because I can never choose just one.

For example, Drew's birth announcment that may have graced your refigerator at one time. I told you I couldn't choose just one picture.

We also got our wedding book there, which unfortunately was only signed by guests at one reception... but that is a story for another day.

Now, can you say "LINK OVERLOAD!" ?

Well here is just one more for you.
Here's an opportunity for you to blog about Shutterfly...
and recieve 50 FREE Christmas cards.

You can't beat free.