Weston got his 2 months shots yesterday. He did not like them! He now weighs 12 lbs 11 ounces and is 23 1/2 inches long. He is one big boy!
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Weston had his first Easter egg hunt. I hid the eggs, and both Nich and Weston went looking for them! We all had a lot of fun!
We do not have very many good place to hide eggs, so we had to get creative!
Weston's little pucker...
Weston is a big tease! He will make his little pucker lip like he is going to cry. When you go to get him, he will smile because he knows that he tricked you!
Posted by Brooke Kenny at 10:17 PM
Saturday, April 11, 2009
This was a pretty tough week for our family. On Wednesday Nich and I took Weston to the doctor because he had a snotty nose and was coughing. We did not realize that we would end up in the hospital til Friday. Weston had RSV and the doctor wanted to make sure he pulled out of it alright, so she sent us to the hospital. He is doing a lot better now!
Even though Weston was getting messed with and poked constantly, he was still in good spirits and smiled a lot. I think that he was the nurses favorite patient!
Here is Nich playing with Weston. Weston loves to stand up! He thinks that he is so BIG! He is also trying to talk now and makes a whole bunch of sounds.
We are definitely happy that Weston is feeling better and to be out of the hospital!
Posted by Brooke Kenny at 10:38 PM
Sunday, April 5, 2009
We were in Hondo, Tx and we saw these weird looking deer on the side of a dirt road. I have no idea what kind of deer they were, but they were really small with big antlers! They were really neat looking. If anyone knows what kind they are let me know!
This is an old church in San Antonio it was really neat looking. There were also these fountains that would trick you and would come out of the ground without any warning. You really had to watch out!
"The River Walk"
This was really neat because there are a lot of restaurants right smack on the river. You can go and walk all along the river and see all of the old buildings. It reminded of something that you would see in Italy, even though I have not been there.
Posted by Brooke Kenny at 8:17 PM