Friday, August 31, 2007

Logan & Tyler with the Police

Man, I wish I had my camera yesterday! We went to a restaurant here on base that is located at a marina. We saw a boat come in that just happened to be the police. The police officer came up to order some dinner and Logan and Tyler just looked at him in awe. They both started waving and the man came over to our table. He offered to take them on the boat so they could see the lights and honk the horn. Of course they were thrilled. After we finished eating we went down to the boat. They brought the boys onboard and showed them around. Logan was totally in his element. They honked the horn and were so excited. Logan even tried to grab for the guys gun!!! (Good GRIEF!!) They had a blast but of course I didn't have a camera with me.

Update on the baby: I'm 38 weeks (as of Sunday, 2nd) and the baby is measuring pretty big...what else is new with my babies, right? I am currently going to the doctor twice a week for a non-stress test and a fluid check. They have scheduled an induction for Monday, the 10th unless I go into labor on my own before then.

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Logan's first day of school

Monday was Logan's first day of kindergarten. He was so excited. He has been talking about this all summer and was anxious to get started doing his school work. Wonder when that will end?!?
Tyler wanted to get in on the action too. Prying that lunchbox out of his hands was a nightmare! He did not want to leave when we dropped Logan off and asked all day where Logan was. We are having some quality time together before the baby is born and I'm enjoying every minute of it.
This is Mrs. Sablan, Logan's teacher. He absolutely loves her although you can't tell from this photo. He was pretty sick of me taking pictures and fussing over him. He wanted me to leave! I guess it's better than him crying for me! He already has a friend in his class that he's known since we've been here. He's not fond of any of the fact, he does not like girls AT ALL right now. Mrs. Sablan is so patient with him and corrects him with lots of love. She's been doing this for years and knows exactly how to approach it. I'm so thankful that Logan has such a loving teacher. I just know that he is going to learn so much from her both academically as well as good behavior.