Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Newborn Yummy







Isn't he just dear? The rest of us? ....we are adjusting....slowly, but adjusting. It is hard to force myself to get the kids going in the morning when the baby had a rough night (and we are talking about multiple rough nights, peeps). I am hoping Rylan's internal clock will get on track with mine soon! My friend gave me some good advice...no one has ever died from being too tired! Like I said, we are adjusting :-) But I still find myself wishing I could just stop time and keep him this little.



8 comments:

Jen I 2:25 PM  

Oooh, that's one cute-looking little baby there. We even have the same hat. But that's a good sign you're still wanting to keep him little even though you're so tired! My fatigue usually just drives me to wishing the time could speed up so I could sleep again!

manders 4:24 PM  

Rylan is beautiful, I am having a hard time seeing who he looks like. I bet your kids are being a big help. Hope to see you soon.
luv ya

Hansen Family 7:31 PM  
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Hansen Family 7:33 PM  

Wow Rochelle, he's so sweet, and so cute! Thanks for posting the pictures. Good luck finding your groove and get as much sleep as you can! But don't forget to enjoy yourself too!

Andee (+ Kelly) 6:46 AM  

He is too precious! Thank you so much for the announcement.. it is so cute! I love hearing updates and seeing new pictures! Try to get some rest! :)

Thomas Family 10:06 AM  

Definitely YUMMY!

Okay, next Friday (sorry I'm not available this Fri.) I totally want to have Addy come over again, only this time its a Pajama Party and your not allowed to get her dressed so at least there's one less thing to worry about. I'll call you again early next week to make sure thats ok.

Erica 10:59 AM  

Wow, even the picture of him crying is just beautiful. I have no idea what you are going through, so I can't offer advice, but listen to your friend. I don't think I've heard of someone actually dying from exhaustion. That phrase is used too casually.

Good luck! You've got a beautiful family, and I'm sure the nights without sleep will be worth it...someday!

A Work In Progress.. 1:54 PM  

Well, the lack of sleep may not kill you, but it sure feels like you could keel over at any moment. And there have been many studies showing it can lead to diabetic symptoms! So take care of yourself with lots of good food! Good luck...I'll be there soon myself!

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