Saturday, February 28, 2009
We are reenacting the big WHACK that Ruby took at the television with her hockey stick. Greg says he broke a few windows while playing hockey as a kid, but never a t.v.. The places we called and researched on the internet all say the same thing: it would cost as much to repair it as it would to buy a whole new t.v. (The screen no longer works and would need to be replaced) Although this really is heartbreaking for me as now I cannot watch my scary ghost shows, we think no t.v. might be a blessing. So we are going to get rid of cable and use our computer to watch DVD's.
BAM, BAM, BAM
I had my first hospital clinical on Thursday, and got to wear my school nursing scrubs. I was really excited, but felt weird. My instructor told me that I get my own patient next week, this really freaks me out. We actually get to pair up with our first patient because the hospital is so small and their is 5 of us students per rotation. So this is comforting. I feel we have adjusted well to my school schedule. Greg seems to be surviving. I really do not know how I could do something like this without Greg. He has been more than supportive.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Poor Andrew sat down to rest and the kids jumped him with their favorite books, but Andrew likes to read so I guess he is okay with the nap disturbance.
Greg surprised Ruby with a big plate of pasta. Yummy Yummy!
Moxy grabbed Ruby's sunglasses and seems impressed with the view. He looks good, I hope he likes glasses because there is a good chance that he'll be wearing them in the future.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Moxy just hanging out on the couch. He looks like he is growing like a weed, and yes those are little pink diapers.
Ruby decided to take the powder and throw it all over the room, then all over herself and Moxy. I left the room for just a short two seconds and I could hear laughter coming from the family room. She thought she was really cute.
After waking up at 5:00AM and forcing Greg out of bed they finally fell asleep right before I left for school.