Yesterday I went to my one month Dr. checkup to make sure I am healed. Not only am I good to go, but I also weigh one pound less now than I did when I got pregnant! I gained 25 pounds total and lost 26 at the visit. Yippee! : )
Nursing is a good thing.
Visiting the Dr.'s office
What's this??? Mad Harbor, again???!!! : )
And this is how I take a shower most days...
God bless the boppy!
(Is it just me, or does he look like he is about fly the finger in this picture?? Seriously! He must be tired of having his picture taken! Ha!)
Last night, our good friends, the Hickmans, came over with dinner- poppyseed chicken-yum-O! We love the Hickmans! Zayde was super sweet loving on baby Harbor, who he kept calling a puppy! Don't feel bad, Zayde. I have slipped up and called Harbor a puppy numerous times. Poor kid. It's all Bichon's fault.
Last Saturday, mom, Harbor, and I went to a sweet friend's baby shower- Adrienne. Adrienne looked so pretty and we can't wait to meet little baby Jonah! Congrats, Adrienne! Everything was gorgeous! I nursed Harbor in a back room of the house and missed getting to do a lot of visiting, but I guess that is how nursing goes. : )
I was also excited to have Amanda, a good friend, come over to visit! Look at her sweet baby girl! : )
Harbor William is a good baby and we are just tickled silly to hang out with him everyday!
My Christmas cards are being mailed tomorrow- all 165 of them! Whew.. I'm glad I made them this summer. All I had to do was attach the picture and newsletter inside!
A friend asked me to link you to her blog- they are trying to sell their house and wanted to see if anyone from the area was interested. Their house is just gorgeous- it is an older home that they have completely remodeled.
Visit Kelleye's house blog for more details!
Also, Brandy asked me to link you to her blog as well if you want to help a very deserving family out this Christmas! Brandy works with the wife of the couple. She is another social worker for the state and they need a touch from God this holiday. Even if you don't live here, visit Brandy's blog to see how you can help or pray.