These will be the last pictures in-utero. The visit was a fun one. The technician remembered us from the last visit and was very pleasant. I took the opportunity to ask if we could get some pictures and she set us up with some very awesome 3-D shots. As she was taking the pictures we noticed that the umbilical cord was on one side of peanut's face and her hand was on the other. As the technician was changing her view to get a better shot we discovered that in fact the appendage in question was not her hand but her foot. As we realized this it was peanut's time to shine. The foot went from in front of the face to into the mouth at which time the technician got a perfect picture (the non 3-D shot) and labeled it toe in mouth...so now the only question is this; do we have to extend her nickname to toe suckin peanut? Only time will tell.
Monday, June 30, 2008
We spent memorial day in Central Oregon at Jenni's Aunt Loretta and Uncle Whit's ranch. Every year Loretta invites everyone she knows to come to her ranch for burgers and dogs, to see all her new baby lambs and take a walk to visit the Pioneer cemetery located on their property. Unfortunately this year...the 1st time in 10 years thunderstorms rolled through just as everyone was getting ready to head off to the Pioneer cemetery. But Loretta...ever the trooper...had the kids in the kitchen making visors and bracelets and still managed to get everyone fed!!!! It was a great visit and well worth the long drive (they live about 2 1/2 hours away from us).
It''s a twister...it's a twister. I'm scared Jenni but I've got the candy bowl and I'm not afraid to use it!!!!