Thursday, December 3, 2009

McKenna's 3rd Birthday

For McKenna's birthday we stopped off at the store to get her some balloons and a little teddy bear. On the way over Conner loved playing with the balloons.

I can't believe it has already been 3 years since this little angel was born. We miss he so much and love her unconditionally. It is hard for me as she gets older . I find myself always thinking what she would be doing right now. If she would be a little girly girl. and love princesses and the color pink. I can't wait til the day I can see my little baby girl.

Conner loves his big sister.

***Oh Christmas Tree ***

AJ and I made it a tradition that we would have a tree that we would set up every Christmas for McKenna. It is our "Angel" tree.. Well this year I decided I would let Conner help me. WOW.. can I say what a chore to put up such a small tree. It was alot of fun though and he LOVED it. he was so cute. and I would point at it and say sissy.. and he would point at it and say "sissy" It is so cute
it almost brings me to tears he can do that this early. He looks at pictures of her and knows who it is.

Conner I think undecorated the tree faster then I could decorate it. He would rip an ornament off and hand it to me pretty much as I put them on. It was so much fun though and he made me laugh

All I can say is this Christmas is going to be so hard. He wont leave that tree alone. We havent had a chance to really set Christmas up, I just wanted to set McKenna's up before her birthday. We will have to see how setting the big one up goes.

I am so excited for Christmas this year because of this little guy. He is going to be so much fun.

Conners Surgery

A few weeks ago Conner had his tonsils and adnoids out.
Ever since Conner was born , he has always been a little stuffed up even if he wasn't
sick. It took months and months of trying to figure out what was wrong. When we changed
pediatricians, (which I just LOVE his pediatrician now) she noticed that his
tonsils were rather large for his age. We kept a good eye on them until just a few months
ago when our specialist we were sent to demanded he get a sleep study.
WELL...... his sleep study results were Terrible..... so we scheduled surgery as soon
as we could.

This is Conner after surgery. He did so amazing. Especially for how
young he was. All the nurses at primary's just loved him and thought
he was the cutest thing ever. But who wouldn't!

Conner had to stay over night so they could keep and eye on his oxygen levels.
He hated the little board and wrap they had to put on him because of his
IV. There wasn't that much to do . We took him on a little wagon ride around the inside of
the hospital and he liked that. It was so funny though because our room was just a little tiny one.
it had a glass sliding door and huge window. We were right by the nurses desk, so when Conner would get bored he would walk over to the door and bang on it with his IV hand.
He loved to hit with that thing and I was SO glad when they finally took it off.
We are so glad this is over with and Conner is a different baby.. He is so much more happy
now that he can actually breath normal. He is sleeping better at night too.