Saturday, November 20, 2010

Me and My Boys!

Mom headed out for a haircut so the boys and I are just lounging around in our PJs on a lazy Saturday morning.  Good times!

Friday, November 5, 2010

More Grayson Pictures

I had to include a couple of pictures from Grayson's first week.  See below...

He has a dimple!

Halloween - Everett-style

Here are a couple of pictures from Halloween night.  A little pumpkin and a dragon!  Everett went trick-or-treating with Dad while Grayson and Mom hung out at home. 

 Everett had a fun Halloween party at school as well.  Here's a picture of our little dragon and his classmates at the party.  Please note that Everett has started a new trend of wearing your costume open.  It's what all of the cool kids are doing. 

Grayson Is Here!

As many of you know, I was on bed rest for two weeks, up until Tuesday, October 26, 2010.  My amniotic fluid was low so they decided it was time for Baby Boy Davis to arrive.  Randy and I went to Menorah Medical Center Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 26) to have a baby. 

GRAYSON HAUNER DAVIS was born on October 27, 2010 at 3:55 AM.  He was 8 pounds and 2 ounces and was 20 inches long.  He is perfect!  Here are some first pictures of him. 

His birth was very similar to Everett's birth, they were both born around 4 am and both occurred without complications.  We are very lucky! 

Welcome Grayson!!

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Bed Rest and a Marathon

Almost 2 weeks ago I was placed on bed rest by my OB because my amniotic fluid level was too low.  Luckily, she said that I could work at home (on my computer, on the couch).  However, I can only get up from the couch to go to the bathroom and take one (very quick) shower a day.  Randy has been a wonderful husband and father, taking care of both me and Everett while I've been down.  If the baby does not arrive by Nov.2, I will be induced on that date, so stay tuned!  (By the way, a subsequent sonogram showed that the bed rest is helping, as my fluid levels have increased.)

Randy has been training for his first marathon (yes, 26.2 miles) for several months now.  Luckily, he did not have to cancel running the Kansas City marathon because I was on bed rest.  My parents came down for the weekend to help out and take care of Everett and me while he was busy running the marathon, along with brother-in-law Scott.  Randy did an awesome job on the marathon, completing it in just barely over 4 hours. Congratulations, Randy!

Thank you Grandpa and Grandma Hauner for helping us out!

Pumpkin Patch Fun

Everett was invited to a birthday party several weeks ago at a pumpkin patch. They had lots of fun rides and things to do. Everett's favorites were playing with the diggers and trucks in the back of a wagon full of corn and swinging on the horse tire swings, as you will see in the pictures. I witnessed a probably (hopefully) common toddler/preschooler behavior while we were there. When Everett could not get the digger to put the corn in the dump truck, he took out his frustration (and to show the digger and corn who was the boss), by biting not only the digger bucket but also by putting a handful of corn in his mouth, which he promptly spit out (yuk!). Take that digger and corn!

Everett was one tired boy after the party!

We had another fun weekend at the Louisburg Cider Festival.  The cider mill has lots of fall full things to do (pumpkin patch, horseback riding, bouncey houses, etc.) and good food to eat (cider doughnuts and apple cider, of course!)  Everett got his first pony ride while we were there!

Santa Caligon Days - A Carnival

Over Labor Day weekend, we went to Santa Caligon Days in Independence, MO. They have a large craft fair and a carnival, full of carnival rides for Everett! Here's a few pictures of the rides Everett got to ride on.

No trip to a carnival is complete without kettle corn!