Saturday, June 30, 2012
We were told to call the hospital at 6:00 am to see if they could get us in. They said they would call back before 7:30. They called at 8:00 to tell us they were ready. Susan came and spent the morning at our house and saw us off to the hospital along with O and M. C slept at his cousins in order to make it to Basketball camp early that morning.
A few minutes later I was ready to push and my Dr was there to help. However, he got a call that another patient was ready too. I felt horrible! A contraction started and I pushed. Soon another contraction and our sweet baby was here! It was very quick and easier than I expected. Dr. Froerer was very professional and finished with us. I told him to quickly get to the other patient. He soon returned having delivered another baby. He helped in making it such a wonderful experience.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
We are set up for induction on Monday. I have been VERY ready with a lot of contracting and little sleep. However, now I am wondering if I really am ready for this. I think I have forgotten how much work a new baby will be. But, I am ready to see what she will look like and hold her in my arms. My belly is also ready to pop. I will post pictures when we get home. Until then, I will sign off as a mother of three and only boys. Goodnight!
Monday, April 30, 2012
Just a few updates. The boys had three cousins get baptized in a two week period. I can't believe they are old enough! Both services were wonderful!
Moozer went to Kindergarten Orientation last week!!!! Really????? At least we have the summer to prepare for that. I can't imagine him gone every afternoon. He is my little buddy right now with C at school and O napping.
Friday, April 13, 2012
Thursday, February 23, 2012
You have really grown up a lot this year!!! We love you very much and often laugh about the corky things you do. You are good at making people laugh and tend to enjoy it very much. I had to take a picture of the item you keep with you at all times. If you do not have a pocket, you still manage to keep it near by.....chapstick. Even during a Jr. Jazz game, the chapstick was there in your sock!! We love you bud!
You have become very independent this past year. You love school and enjoy learning. I have to admit, I kind of think you are a little handsome too. You made the goal to read the Book of Mormon before you are baptized next year. IMPRESSIVE!!! Thanks for your example.
If we let you, you would play basketball 24 hours 7 days a week. You quickly get your homework done so you can get out to play, even in the freezing cold.
Your birthday started a few days before with a celebration at our house with ALL the Pohlman side of the family. Once again, you were spoiled with gifts and candy galore for your birthday by Grandpa, Grandma, cousins, Aunts and Uncles. This year's new request, Brighton gear so you can cheer on your two older cousins at their basketball games. Your actual birthday was a non stop party. You received a package first thing this morning. A jazz tin filled with a variety of Mrs. Fields cookies. Breakfast was off to a great start. The card said it was from the Jazz but somehow, I think your Dad had something to do with that one! Daddy and I brought lunch to your school along with donuts for your classmates. Thanks for letting us eat lunch with you!!! That was a blast. Next, you and Dad headed out to play poisen on the playground. However, Dad was soon sent off because he has not done his background check!!!! OOPS! After school we finished homework and soon we headed to meet Dad again. This time for a surprise dinner. SUSHI!!!! Yummy. We gave you your gift of Karate lessons, a uniform, and Utah Basketball tickets. You picked Dad to go with you to the game tonight.