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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

My Blessings that I am thankful for this year!

Seth is one week old today!

Ella's Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast

They made their Indian Vests at school and their headbands. She had her Indian name, "Pink Bow" put on her vest too. I went to her school on Tuesday to be at her feast with her for an hour while Tadd stayed home with Sophie and Seth. We had a fun time together with her friends.

Ella's Kindergarten Class at the Thanksgiving Feast

Seth had his one week Drs appointment on Wednesday. He was back up to his birth weight and doing great! We feel very blessed to have a healthy and happy baby!

My little Monkey loaded up for our big outing to the Dr

My family all traveled here for Thanksgiving this year, here is a picture of Gabby with Seth, her 9th great-grandchild. (Only the 1st and 9th are boys!)

Craft-time with Ginger: They made Christmas prayer chains where they each wrote down 25 things to pray for as they count down for Christmas, cute idea.

Our attempt at a Thanksgiving photo shoot...

It's going to be tough to get these 3 to smile at the same time for the camera. Seth dressed up for Thanksgiving in a little tie onesie.

Happy Thanksgiving from our three little turkeys!!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Baby Boy!!

We were blessed with the arrival of our sweet baby boy, Seth Benjamin Farmer, on Thursday, November 18, 2010. He was born at 1:54pm, weighing 8 pounds, and was 21.25 inches long. He was perfect and is doing great! We are home now and loving our precious son and our little family of five! Here are lots of pictures of our past few days.

We checked in at the hospital at 6am and I had Tadd take a few last belly shots. I felt huge but still can't believe I had an 8 pound baby in there-Ha! The girls were a lot smaller.

My Dr. broke my water at 10:30 and I had an epidural about an hour later. It wasn't pain-free but not too bad and my epidural worked this time:)!!

He was worth every minute of nausea and labor!! My Labor nurse had a daughter who had Mom as a teacher and just loved her. I think this was God sending me a sign to help me through and remember that my Mom is always with me!

Very healthy-we feel so blessed!!

We were so proud!

My great Dr-she has delivered all 3 of my babies!!

He stayed in the room with us the whole time, we watched his first bath in our room, it was great! We were able to change him in our room like 3 times! I can still play dress up with a boy!

I love his sweet little face!

Aunt Julie brought the girls to see us and their new baby brother! They did great with him and already love him so much!

Sophie is so funny saying, "Him have a nose, him have an ear and a chin..." I'm not sure what she expected:) Another funny experience are the biology lessons such as where he gets his milk, his umbilical chord, the whole diaper changing lesson with different parts... and her asking me if I had another baby in my tummy...

Our Family of Five!! Wow!

We have 3 kids...I think it's sinking in:)

Sophie is being so helpful and sweet and so is Ella.

Aunt Julie holding her nephew, 1st boy out of the 6 kids between us. Poor little guy, he will have on make up and dress up clothes before he is one, I'm sure.

Sweet poses

Loaded up to go home! We were home by Friday afternoon and so glad to be here and sleep in our bed:)

We are hanging out at home and he is wearing his Razorback gear and watching his first day of football-Tadd is in Heaven and so am I!!