February 10, 2006 (where does the time go!!!)
I am behind in posting! Time just flies by, and before you know it, another day has past, and I still have not updated the Blog.
Well, we have had a lot of fun this past week. It started with Last Saturday (February 4th, 2006) Paul’s big day. We spent the morning just being a family of three, and enjoying each other. Then in the afternoon we picked up Grandma and Grandpa Weinmann, and Grandma Judy and we went to the Children’s Museum in Dayton. I believe, officially, we got through the whole thing in about 15 minuets, going from one exhibit to the next. I just knew it would take 5 adults to chase one 2 ½ year old!!! Paul was WILD! But had a blast!!! But we did wind up spending the whole afternoon there, and had a very enjoyable time. Paul’s favorite, as always, were the dinosaurs. Unfortunately this 13 ft long python also fascinated him. Needless to say I still have nightmares about that! We also watched a laser show about amusement parks. It was amazing, you felt like you were actually on the rides. Paul actually did very well with it; I on the other hand, have no desire to go to Kings Island this summer. I had enough with that. After the museum, we went back to grandma and grandpa’s for a much needed nap! Then it was off to our most favorite Pizza joint. MARIONS. Almost the whole family came out for that. Thank you Uncle Rob, Ted, bill, tom and Aunt Heather, for coming out! (Along with TJ, Zack, Mathew, Grandma Judy and Grandma / Grandpa Weinmann.) Paul always has fun with his family! We did miss Aunt Lynne, Aunt Laura, Uncle Jay and Caleb and Leah. We hope some day we all can be together!
Sunday was yet another eventful day. It was Uncle Rob’s Birthday and the super bowl. Again, we all had fun, and well I ate too much! Needless to say the diet thing did not work too well last week.
Tuesday Paul had a big day! He had to get his first X-ray… of his chest! Unfortunately I doubt that will be the only x-ray he ever has. He has had a nasty cough and the dr. wanted to just rule out everything, since he had bronchitis already once this year. Thankfully all came back clear, and we were set to go to Grandma and Grandpa’s Anniversary dinner! CONGRATULATIONS MOM AND DAD 36 Years of Marriage!!! (yet again, more food to eat! My poor diet!)
Thursday evening was the first evening for swimming lessons for Paul and me. We had a blast. Unfortunately as Bob took the first picture, the batteries on the camera died. SO we will have to get pictures next week.
I will upload pictures later to show you excitement from our week!
There are no updates on China, just that with each passing day we ware that much closer to little Kyra. I will share later my worries of becoming a family of four, and Paul’s acceptance of it all!!
âAn invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but will never break."
--An ancient Chinese belief