Our life has been a little crazy lately! I like to use that as the excuse for being so behind on updating our blog. Here's the rundown for basically February. One night, while getting the kids ready for bed, Teik was running around like a crazy person. We heard a huge wood-splitting crack, and this is what happened.
Of course they didn't see us for hours in the E.R., so Teik knocked out, and I curled up on the chair trying to get some sleep. In the end, they put a little vaseline on his cut and sent us on our way. I was mad. I could have done that at home. Less than two weeks later we were back at the E.R. with Teik. This time he was running around like crazy, bounced off the couch and straight into the corner of our Ikea coffee-table. Jon took him that time. He got a CT scan, but thankfully checked out alright. Boys.
My sisters came to visit in February! It was a BLAST! Have I ever mentioned how much I love my sisters?! We went shopping (3 of the 4 shirts in the picture were purchased on the trip!), and crafted, and went to Galveston, and just chatted and hung out!
This is a funny store we found in Galveston. I always just go to the beach, but we were touristy and walked around The Strand. Jaclyn found a sweet ring at "The Witchery", and now I know where to go if I ever need to buy a cauldron, or need my palm read!
We had our final farewell party for our dear friends the Martinez's! We really are excited for their new job, and I'm also super excited that they have relocated super close to the temple! Now we can see our friends, and go to the temple in a single trip! Primary really hasn't been the same without them!
And finally, guess who's now about 14 weeks pregnant?! We are super excited, but it has added to the craziness of our lives thanks to being super sick, tired, and busy! Bless Jon for being totally fine with eating chips and hot sauce almost nightly for dinner, and for Sevy who is convinced that I will never get better, and doesn't understand why I get so sick making a baby, but Aunt Brandi is fine! Ahh, gotta love kiddos!