Friday, May 16, 2008
Oh yeah, you so know that David Archuletta is so going to win. If he doesn't then I don't know what America is thinking. He is a prodigy, and so lovable. I almost want him for a son, and I am only 8 1/2 years older then he is. When David Cook can sing a song that gives me chills and makes me want to cry because it is just so amazing. Then I will vote for him, but until then, its Archuletta all the way!
Posted by Leila at 2:44 PM
Thursday, May 15, 2008
So real quick...Kylie has a ear infection and the doctor put her on an antibiotic. Well I just gave it to her for the second time, and I had to go under the table and trap her. Then I had to plug her nose until she swallowed it. I love it, she makes me laugh. Does anyone else have to do coniving things to get their children to swallow medicine? Hope everyone is having a good day.
Posted by Leila at 6:33 PM
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
As I sit on the couch, holding Aubry, and Phil in the kitchen slaving away (Right where I want him, LOL), My children decide to play dress up. I have to say that those are some seriously funny times. I love when they act like silly goofs ; )
Posted by Leila at 5:18 PM
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
So here we are at home, almost 3 weeks later. Phil's cousin Kristin, gave Aubry some super cute outfits, and I just love this onsie! It says "Treat Me like you would treat the Queen!" it was the perfect onsie for the moment, because she wasbeing fussy. LOL
Posted by Leila at 6:09 PM
TA DA!!! I know it took a while but here are the pictures from the hospital (and no I don't know why my text is underlined, oh well). She weighed 8lbs 5oz, and was 21" long. We named her Aubry Corinne Hurst. She is my second biggest baby. I pushed for less then 3 min. She was strong and perfectly healthy. I on the other hand had a few complications. If I had to rate this labor on a pain scale of 1-10 compared to my other births, I would rate this one at a 15, and that's with an epidural! After the baby was out, my placenta wasn't detaching, and I hemorrhaged. But I'm fine now. It is amazing how when that baby gets put on your stomach and you get to hold them for the first time, it is such an overwhelming INSTA-LOVE! There are few experiences in life that compare to that moment of birth. It is just such an emotionally intense moment in life. LOVE IT!! Even when the pain level was horrific, those feelings won over everything else.
Posted by Leila at 10:16 AM