So far basketball has been going really good. Our team name is the Wildcats. My friends and I did not like it at all, but these other kids on my team liked it so we compromised and made it into the Kentucky Wildcats. Even though we’re not from Kentucky we like the name a lot better. My first game was 1/8/o8. The team we first played was a pretty good team. The kid I was guarding was good — man, that guy was good. He got away from me which usually doesn’t happen. I scored 8 points that game. The first shot was a beautiful swish. I haven’t done a layup yet — just wait, I’ll do one.
Last night we had our second basketball game. I made the last shot before the buzzer. We lost the game though and I wasn’t very happy.
Drew is one week old today. It is hard to believe that a whole week has passed since his birth. He has been a fantastic baby so far. He isn’t particularly fussy. He only cries if he is hungry or needs to be changed. Other than that he is happy being held or hanging out in his bouncie. Last night I was able to get eight hours of sleep. He only woke up twice to eat (once at midnight and once at 5:30 am) and he slept until 9 am. He is the sweetest little guy! The other kids adore him and fight over who gets to hold him. Claire runs around the house yelling “baby gubber” (aka brother). He will be well loved in this family. 🙂 Here is a recent photo of him.
As you read in Seth’s previous post baby Drew was born early Sunday morning. His much anticipated arrival came without much issue. We arrived at the hospital at nearly 5 am and he was born 2 short hours later at 7:02 AM.
When we arrived at the hospital I was dilated to a 5 so the nurses admitted me. They broke my water and then I was at a 7 so they quickly rushed the anesthesiologist into the room to give me my epidural since the pain of the contractions was getting fairly strong. Who would have guessed the epidural would be more painful and difficult than the delivery (for both Seth and me)? Continue reading We’re home…
And now we have five.
Drew finally arrived at 7:02 this morning. He weighed 8 lbs even and was 20 in long. He passes all initial exams with flying colors and Manina is doing great too. We are very blessed to have five healthy kids and a Mom who is an amazing woman.
Here are some pictures from Drew’s first day. Continue reading Drew Arrives
So we’re getting really close to welcoming our fifth child to our family. All day yesterday Manina had sporadic but painful contractions. I stayed home from work because I was sure we were heading to the hospital.
Last night, we went to dinner with some friends at Sundance ski resort; I know, crazy, right? I asked the waiter if he was also a trained EMT, figuring we would be delivering there at the restaurant. However, our little guy cooperated and Manina only had to suffer through a few more contractions while I enjoyed some fantastic pork chops.
When we got home, I told the kids that grandma would probably be at our house in the morning — the contractions were coming much more regularly — I was sure we’d be going to the hospital during the night. Again, it was not to be. Things slowed down and we made it through the night.
So when will it be? I don’t know… I thought it was yesterday for sure. I do know we’re getting close though.