Archives for February 2010

Lee & Trixie

Here’s Trixie keeping an eye on Lee.  She does really well with him!

Lee’s 2-Month Checkup

Yesterday was Lee’s two-month checkup.  He weighed in at 10 lbs. 13.5 oz. and 23 1/2″ long.  His weight was in the 45th percentile and his length was in the 75th percentile.  He got three shots but only cried a little bit.  We were afraid that it might be a long night, but lo and behold, last night was the first time he slept through the night!  Let’s hope he continues that!

Lee’s First Day at Day Care

Monday was my first day back to work and Lee’s first day at day care.  Fortunately our day care is only four houses to the south of ours, and Wade & I both went to college with her so we feel pretty lucky.  It was tough to leave him but week one is done, so hopefully the weeks will get easier from now on.

Rob’s New Bull

Rob bought this bull at the 2010 Cattlemen’s Classic in Kearney.  This bull was champion of the hereford division, so he couldn’t pick it up until Saturday night after the supreme row judging.  This bull came out of central Illinois and was champion at the Illinois State Fair as well.

Play Date

Today Suzanne and Kylee came over for a play date.  It was good to see Suzanne and fun for the babies to meet each other.  Lee is only 3 days older than Kylee.

A Night at the Farm

Mom and Dad came up to watch Lee while I ran some errands yesterday.  After I was done with everything Lee and I went back to the farm with them.  Grandma took care of Lee and mom got a good night’s rest.

While down there Aunt Laci took some pictures of Lee and me.

Visit to Good Sam IT

Lee and I went into my work today to wish Angie a Happy 30th Birthday (a day late).  Suzanne and Kylee met us there.  Everyone enjoyed meeting the two little ones.

Boone’s Birthday Supper

Dad’s birthday is coming up in less than a couple weeks, so we decided to all go out for supper while he was in town.  Terra and dad met us at Whiskey Creek, but it was packed so we decided to go to Grandpa’s Steakhouse instead.  We weren’t disappointed; the food and service were both great and we didn’t have to wait for a table.  Lee was a good boy and we all enjoyed the evening.

Here is a picture of all of us boys in our camo coats that afternoon.

Betty Gibson’s 80th Birthday

Today we all went to Minden and had lunch at the Pioneer Village restaurant to celebrate my Grandma Gibson’s 80th birthday (her birthday is actually tomorrow, the 7th).  Dad, Terra, Aunt Shari, and Brock all made it and it was a nice outing.