Saturday, October 31, 2009

Pretty Pretty Pictures....

This is "Brooke-e" (as Rachel and Jeff call her) laying on her quilt that our sweet friend Rachel made for her! We got it in the mail this past week and it is just beautiful and matches perfectly! She wasn't in the mood to take pictures at this time but I managed to get at least one that wasn't horrible! lol Rachel, thank you soooo much! Its beautiful!

Yesterday Brooke had her first official photos taken! lol. Her own little photo shoot! I had a girl I know from church come up and take them and she did a great job. :) Brooke did a great job too! lol She was very happy while Sarah and Paul were here, right until the end when she decided she was getting tired of having her clothes changed and being moved around! I should have the pics in the next week or so and I can't wait!!!

This is her in her dedication gown getting ready for Sarah to start!

And since Brooke is officially 3 weeks old it means that its time for some more pics of us around the house....

This is Brooke with her sunglasses on!

Sweet girl wrapped up in her towel after her bath!

My girl got caught sucking her thumb!

And just to be honest, her daddy made sure to take a picture of her when she's good and mad. This was it!

1 comment:

  1. Hey, I posted this on my blog, but I wanted to make sure that you saw it...

    They did talk to me about a c-section beforehand, I just didn't consider it as a real option. I really thought that things were going to be normal and I'd have no problems. The reason they made me wait so long to be induced was that they were very concerned that I'd end up having a c-section. I just completely blocked that from my mind, though. Also, I'm pretty sure that the epi took so long because he kept having to stop while I was having so many contractions.

    I hate that I made it sound like I had a bad experience. Yes, some bad things happened, but I had no problems with the hospital, staff, or my doctor. I think they all acted absolutely perfectly...things just didn't go as well as we would have hoped. There was nothing they could have done differently or better, though, as far as I'm concerned.