Monday, December 5, 2011

4 Weeks and First Snow

(I made Belle's jean skirt out of one of the cuffs of some of my old jeans, and Grammy sent her the TN onesie and bow.)

 Where have the past four weeks gone?! Seriously they have FLOWN by.  Sooo sad. :(  I wish I could hold onto this newborn time forever.  We took Belle to church for the first time yesterday to see Daddy get sustained into his new calling in the Bishopric.  By the time church was over I was almost positive I had come down with mastitis and the rest of the afternoon was not fun. I had to call Bondy home early from his meetings at church so he could pick up my antibiotics and help with the boys because I literally felt like I could not get up off of the couch. Luckily by evening I was feeling more like my normal self. Thank heavens for modern medicine.

 We finally experienced the first snow of the season a few days ago.  Hallelujah that it held off until December!!!  The boys were very anxious for a snowball fight with Daddy. 

5 comments:

Wiseman Family said...

Did it seems like time went slowly with your first baby? It did for me and I remember wishing they would get just a little older so it wasn't so difficult. Now, it seems like time goes so quickly and I'm sad when it seems that suddenly they are so much older. (That's usually when I get baby hungry again). Belle seems like a sweetie! I was going to say "Congrats" about the new calling, but I know that he'll be very, very busy now, so maybe I should send my condolences? Just kidding, he's a great leader.

Stacy and Justin said...

She is adorable. Love the skirt that you made her!

Alissa said...

We had a feeling that Bondy would be called to be part of the bishopbric-I bet it will be little easier on you than the high council. For whatever reason I think the bishopbric is easier on me than Elders quorum. Anyway, your Belle is so beautiful. Just looking at her makes me baby hungry-not many babies do that to me. :) If you're staying around for the holidays we should get together.

Alys said...

Oh bless your little family! I couldn't imagine having Sean in the bishopric. He is in the Elder's Quorum Presidency, and that calling takes a lot of time.
Hope you are feeling better, no fun to be sick with a newborn and other kids.

Megan and Shawn said...

How smokitos... bishopric! That is great - no better person for that. But good luck to you and the kids and no help!) Again no better person for that too...