Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Tyler started his Java Script class tonight... you will have to ask him about that. All I know is that he is really excited about it, and that he can now "write Java script"? But I'm happy for him! :) All of his classes from here on out are specific to his program and are at a physical campus, which means he attends one night a week for 4 hours for 9 weeks. He will start a new class every month. He will start doubling up courses in August. As all of the courses are IT related, we are hoping it won't be too stressful since he will enjoy these classes more then say Math or a Business class. I was suppose to start a Statistics class, but alas I am still on bed rest... can't go back to work or anything until my blood pressure balances out. (maybe next week?) I am taking a critical thinking course online, which of course is fine. I just log on in my lounge clothes on the couch and go to class for 2hrs one day a week. I'm half way though this class- so it will end the last week of July. And I think that will be it on classes for me until after Georgia is born.
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Sunday, July 6, 2008
As of last Tuesday, I'm 7 months along. How am I feeling? Uncomfortable... more and more each day. :) I am still on bed rest for my blood pressure, and have a follow up appointment tomorrow the 7th. Here is a foto of me at 7 months. Tyler and I had a nice cool 4th of July inside this year. We got my mom to make her fabulous potato salad and Ty marinated and baked some chicken. We went out into the cul-de-sac and watched the fireworks.
P.S. check out my normal hair!!
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Every Sunday we go to Tyler's parents' house for dinner. Tyler's step-sister, Aubrey, had a baby boy Jarum, on May 1st, his sister-in-law, Michelle, is due the first week of August (another little boy named Trenton). And then of course, Georgia, the end of September. We have had fun taking fotos of all three of the girls' progression. Here is a bonus foto of "Uncle Moose" with his nephews Brayton on the left and Rennon on the right. The kids start off with pants on at their grandparents house, but they always end up running around in their under-roos either because they are outside playing in the water or because they have an "accident".
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