We finally turned Fischer's crib into a toddler bed...he loved it!
He made both daddy and me try it out with him :)
Fischer's monster-themed bathroom is almost complete...just a few minor things still needed.
I painted this picture to match the monster bathroom decor we found at Target.
Here's the monster decor from Target...I love the toothbrush holder!
I've been working on my bathroom too...these are bronze, even though they look black in the picture.
The door to the bathroom is at a difficult angle to get a picture of the whole room at once, so here's the shower curtain...it's brown micro-suede.
A poor attempt at trying to get the rest of the bathroom in the picture...here's the brown rug.
Since most of the bathroom is now brown and white, I used the towels to put color into it. Here are the six I chose...in real life color they are grey, wine red, smokey blue, brown, green, and rusty orange.
Here's the newly refurbished chair Bee got me for my birthday. She found a sturdy but old wing-back chair and I picked out the fabric to have it re-upholstered. It looks great and is quite comfy!
I was trying to get a little rest...Fischer decided I made a good seat.
At Caleb's t-ball game at "The Miracle Field"
Great hit Caleb!
Fischer was feeding mini M-n-M's to his dragons.
Fischer and Daddy playing at Jump for Joy!
Dustin used to play the Beatles for Fischer when he was fussy as a baby, which always calmed him down. A few weeks ago, when I went to the Beth Moore simulcast, Dustin played the Beatles while he cleaned up the house and Fischer watched TV. It must have triggered something in his brain from when he was a baby, because he fell right asleep at 10:30 in the morning! (he never does that!).
Here are the first sonogram pictures of Baby Henry #2! The due date is Dec. 6 with a scheduled delivery 7-10 days before...so sometime right after Thanksgiving! I was 9 weeks, 2 days on the calender, and baby measured exactly 9 weeks and had a very strong heartbeat. Everything looked great!
This one just looks like a blob, except for the gigantic head (on the bottom).
Here you can actually see the little legs and arms that have formed already...baby is still head down in this one...and baby wiggled around for us too!