Saturday, October 31, 2009

I love DAN!!

Nothing is better than a husband who will run to the store first thing in the morning when it is freezing cold outside to get milk for your cereal and then goes down stairs to play guitar hero and sings along while he is jamming....Yes, honey you DO rock! Today is going to be a good day!!

6 comments:

Mrs. Boojwa said...

:-) I can't believe its already so cold there. This morning it was a whopping 46 degrees in Del Rio. That is REALLY cold for us. Granted, its now 61 degrees. Kinda nice outside. Glad you love Dan: you did marry him :)

Colleen said...

What a hero! And I agree, husbands should go to as many OB appointments as they can! Isn't the heartbeat the best sound in the entire world? I never remember the rates either, I am just happy to hear the sound. People are probably only asking because some people think that you can tell if the baby is a boy or girl based on the heartrate, but we've had a few "girl ranges" and no girls!

Dan and Liz Taylor said...

You are right! Warren Wilson College. I can't believe it's been that long!

maren sundahl said...

Good husband! I was going to tell you and I forgot - I used a midwife practice instead of going to an OB/GYN and I loved that. They were so helpful during the labor, and I was glad to have the same staff in the room the entire time.

Also, I do not remember the shirt I made? Haha. When you said that, I thought it may have been a green shirt? Perhaps...

maren sundahl said...

I was going to ask you, too, because I was just curious... it seems like you are into the natural stuff, so I was wondering if you were getting an epidural or not?

maren sundahl said...

I figured you were going to go for the natural delivery after reading the last few posts. I did it with Lucille, and I would recommend taking the Hypno-babies class. It was very helpful. I didn't post about it on the blog, because I didn't want it to sound like I was downing getting an epidural, BUT, if you have any questions about stuff, I'd be happy to share.

They say that bigger babies are harder to deliver, and I had a baby just shy of 9 pounds and I couldn't have imagined it to go any better than it did. More power to you, sister. :)