Saturday, December 31, 2005
Friday, December 30, 2005
Well...it's not quite the General Lee, but Beau and Luke sure rode their alternate transportation like they were on their way to see Daisy and Uncle Jesse. Here's a few pic's from today and from the past weekend of me and my cuzzin Beau Bo. Don't we make a great team???
Ya'll have a Happy New Year!
Thursday, December 29, 2005
Today I wanted to pay tribute to my many little buddies. I have so many great friends to play with. It's so fun being little because when we make messes someone else always cleans us up. I want to say thank you Jesus for giving me so many great friends. Love, Lukey
P.S. I have many more friends, but some of you I just don't have any pic's of. I didn't forget about you though.
Wednesday, December 28, 2005
That's our news for the day, heading to bed now.
Monday, December 26, 2005
It's been a busy weekend for us. Sat. night we did Christmas at Nana and Poppa's. We had lots of good food, gift giving, fun family fellowship. Lukey made out like a bandit receiving a radio flyer red wagon, VeggieTales movie, big stuffed monkey, etc....Then on Sun. we had Christmas with GranDee. We really missed Michael and Brooke this year. It wasn't the same without the rest of our family. Lukey again made out like a bandit....he rec'd a handmade olde' timey rocking horse complete with mop mane. He's adorable saddling up by himself and riding it. He also rec'd a train set, a beautifully crocheted blanket from GranDee that has little turtles, lions, frogs and owls on it. She did an awesome job. Many hours of love and work went into making it. He also got an Elmo book, Baby Leapfrog Tad doll, a mega block wagon, some tubbie toys, etc.......Today we went to see baby Robert McElya. He's so cute. Our house also got shown with a very good chance we'll get a contract from a family relocating from CA. Keep your fingers crossed. Lukey also road the red wagon to the park with Nana pulling it. He got to slide, swing and ride the little seahorse thingy. He really had a great weekend. Oh, I almost forgot we went Christmas light looking last night with GranDee and Granna (Jason's grandma). It was fun seeing all the pretty lights in the Deerfield subdivision in Plano. It was funny one thing Luke did this weekend. GranDee was riding in the car with us and she sneezed saying, "Ah Chew". Luke mocked her and said, "Ah Chew" as clear as she had. It was a hilarious moment for us. We also think he said Lauren (his friends name) and Longhorn (UT). He's really starting to talk a lot more. He knows how to put things back when we tell him to and he's starting to throw little tantrums when he doesn't get his way. Either way he's quite the adorable little winkerbean. We love him so much and are so blessed this holiday season to have each other. I hope you enjoy some of the pic's from this weekend. Blessings to all.
Saturday, December 24, 2005
More pictures to come tomorrow once Poppa sends em' to me (hint hint).
Hope ya'll all have a very Merry Christmas. Now, go to sleep so Santa can come.
Can I just say little winkerbean has been so cute the past few days. He tugs on presents to see if he can pull of their bows and wrapping paper. He's also found that it's fun to pull tissue paper out of gift bags. He's also gotten a fetish with crawling up on the couch to "read his book". His favorite--It's not easy being big By-Big Bird. I can't wait for tomorrow morning. This little munchkin's got the most presents under the tree. Quite the little charmer he is. Tonight we do Christmas Eve with Poppa, Nana, Uncle and Auntie. Should be an adventure. Merry Christmas to all!
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Dear Friends: Please pray hard for my friend Mary's son, Elisha. He is VERY SICK and is probably going to be admitted again to ICU at Children's Medical Center in Dallas.
Elisha began this journey early on in life. He was diagnosed with a rare disease called: WISKOTT ALDRICH SYDROME when he was 4 months old. When he was 11 months old he had to have a bone marrow transplant. As a result of an unmatched and unrelated donor, he now has GRAFT V.HOST DISEASE. This means his new immune system rejects him. Elisha is now 5 yrs old and God continues to help him through this long battle. However, he is a VERY, VERY SICK BOY. Today his mom and Dr's. had a CARE meeting about Elisha. The doctors are not being very hopeful about Elisha's situation but they did say that they are not giving up. As you can imagine, this is VERY disturbing news! The Doctors have also said that he may need to go to the ICU again. Mary's heart is so overwhelmed with every crazy feeling you can possibly imagine! She can't imagine getting in her car and not having Elisha in it. She can't imagine being in her home with out the sound of Elisha's laughter. She can't imagine going to Wal-Mart or any place with out Elisha. She can't imagine not walking in the hallways of Children's Medical Center anymore! She can't imagine having any one holiday without Elisha. She can't imagine Elisha's many barbies without him holding them and brushing their hair. She can't imagine sleeping with out him to hold her hand as he always does. If she so much as moves her hand at night he grabs a hold of it even tighter! She can't imagine her world with out her sweet little E! SHE CAN'T IMAGINE!!! Please be in prayer for Elisha! Thank you all so much for your prayers and support! Our God is bigger than any illness. I stand in faith that God will heal Elisha. May God alone be glorified and may all who hear the story be in awe of God's work.
I have no gifts to bring Ba Rum Pa Pum Pum.....on my drum!
Here's Lukey jamming out on his drum this morning. Perfect drum "stance" huh Uncle Mike?
I have to tell ya'll something funny he did this morning. I set him up in his highchair for breakfast. I gave him a slice of banana bread to eat. He put the slice up to his ear and said, "Eye!" (which is Hi). So, now we can add the banana bread hotline phone to his telephone repertoire.
He's such a cutie pie! I just love him to death. We're off to run some errands today. Still have a couple little presents to purchase for people. Later taters.
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
The Diva's had their monthly Girl's Nite Out last night at Bucca Di Beppo in Frisco. If you've never been there it is fabulous Italian food. Authentic and yummy! Make sure you try the Tiramisu. (wink)
We had fun, laughing and hanging out. Even the Pope was with us.
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas!