Saturday, June 14, 2008

20 to 2...Embarrassing!

The mood around the house wasn't too good yesterday. Alex decided to go with the winning team ( just for the day, of course). Different story today since the Cards redeemed themselves by winning the game 3 to 2. My dear friend Jamie...I am sure you were feeling no pain yesterday watching your Phillies. These pics are for you!


Thursday, June 12, 2008

Too Adorable...

Scary Monday

Alex had his Cardiologist appointment last Monday and what I thought would be an hour appointment ended up being a whole day scary ordeal. I think it was a lot harder on me than him. The Doc knew about his heart murmur but I guess he heard more than that so they asked me to stay for an echosomething to rule out something more serious. After the echo something I was told he needed two additionals tests. Poor little guy, he looked like the bionic man with wires hooked all over his little chest.

The good news came Monday night and after a bunch of heart tests with names I can't begin to pronounce and much less spell, everything came out NEGATIVE. Meaning he is fine!!! He can continue to run around, play as hard as he wants, dance and start swimming lessons at the end of the year.

He is doing better and better every day and still sleeping all night, taking two naps, eating, hanging out at the pool with daddy and playing non-stop. The best game nowadays is playing peek-a-boo and hiding in the only kitchen cabinet that was intentionally left withouth a lock. I never knew that tupperware could be so much fun!

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Time for a change

The blog is getting a lift, a new title and the usual updates on Alex and the rest of the family. The adoption journey is a great memory and we now are moving on to LIFE TODAY. The Cards logo is in honor of the boys ( Chris, Mitch, Alex and Dudley )and with baseball season in full swing, it seemed least for this family of Cards Fans.

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Blading around the neighborhood

This was tons of fun for the three of us. Chris rode the bike as I pushed Alex when I was rollerblading. After the one hour work-out Alex runned through the sprinklers and he is now taking his usual mid-day nap.

I think yesterday I spoke too soon. His nose is still runny but no worse than yesterday. Tough little lover boy!!!