Monday, October 29, 2012

Photo Bomb :)

After nursing along my pre-marriage camera w decided to enter into the grown up world of fancy pants cameras, as such we apologize for the large photo bomb about to occur. 

Saturday, October 27, 2012

6 Week Update

The Logermeister is growing like a weed. My adorable little chunk I swear is almost 11 pounds and busting out of his 0-3 month clothes and starting to get leg rolls. I spend a good hour a day kissing his chubby cheeks. Mr. B is in love with him too, not jealous by any means, instead he is more of a toddler style tough love, as in a smother him with kisses kind of thing. We hope he figures out his little brother needs him to be a bit more gentle, but oh man is it sweet to see how much B loves him.

We are so excited to announce that you are at the end of having to view my crappy cell phone pictures as we are the proud owner of a "fancy pants camera." I fear the number of pictures taken of our children is about to skyrocket. But hey their only little once right :)

As you can see from the pictures below I have had way too much fun getting to reuse the same 0-3 month clothes, I loved the outfits we had and definitely felt they did not get nearly enough use.

B. is on the left at one week and L is on the right at 4 weeks.

Behold the Logermeister (6 weeks) and his brother B at 8 weeks. Such a cute outfit from Grandpa.

Again L on the Left and B on the right. Okay so not the happiest but both were even cute crying.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Home At Last

Baby #2 came home from the NICU this last Friday October 5th. We have thoroughly enjoyed having his sweet spirit in our home. We plan to provide more of an update when we are not busy just enjoying our two darling boys. Thank you so much for all your love, support and prayers, we very much appreciate it. 

C.G. Mr. B and Baby L. 

Monday, October 1, 2012


Hurray Mr. Logan is now tube free (he had had a large suction tube down his throat all last week) although he was briefly on a feeding tube the first day of feedings (as pictured above) but the kid absolutely would not tolerate and went to the extreme of ripping it out on three occasions, so we gave permission for the kiddo to get his feedings by bottle if I am not there to nurse him instead. 

On another positive note Logan has been declared all healed from surgery and has been eating on a schedule every three hours to see how he is digesting. That is up until today where he got to eat as much as he wants. Sadly that amount is only a third of what a newborn needs (even a breastfed infant) so until we can convince little man to stay awake long enough to eat how much he needs to he has more NICU time ahead of him. Thankfully they are taking excellent care of him and for that we feel very blessed.