Our Family 2014

Our Family 2014

Monday, September 22, 2008

Eugene Carters


We Love Our Family!!!


We went to visit our family in Eugene this weekend and we had a ball!! As many of you know Cameron is horrendous to have in the car....so after an okay from my pediatrician we used Benadryl.....it was wonderful! If you ever have to travel with a child who doesn't like cars...Children's Benadryl makes them sleep like a little lamb and there were no problems!! Our drive was so peaceful, I wish I could use it every day!!
We stayed with Halsy's parents and loved just hanging out. I took Dru ( Halsy's Mom) shopping for her birthday and Halsy went golfing with his brothers....then we went out to dinner together, after that we played Cranium and laughed until we peed our pants before going to bed.

We were so bummed though because all of Halsy's sisters and cousins were sick so we didn't get to hang out and play....We got to go to their ward on Sunday and got to meet some fun people.

We came home and had a delicious Carter Family Dinner of salad, potatoes and gravy, roast, and vegetables.....it was so yummy!!! After dinner the Boys watched football while Dru and I played Phase 10 until it was time to leave. We really had a great time and are planning to go back in a couple weeks to see our newest little nephew coming up from Utah.




Laughing...


I love not knowing what is going to make your baby laugh....it makes it so fun when you find something that they think is funny. This was on Friday night at TV Party...

Friday, September 19, 2008

Cameron the Talented



My Dad used to do this trick with me when I was Cam's age!! 
My favorite part is that he really loves doing it....

Friday, September 12, 2008

4 Month Check Up

Cameron and I went to see Dr. Palmer on Wednesday and our little guy is doing great!! The Doctor said that he is perfectly healthy and is growing just like he should. He now weighs 14 lbs 2 oz and is 25 inches long. He is in the 50th percentile for weight and 40th for length. It always makes me feel better to go to see the doctor and know that he is okay, unfortunately going to the doctor is synonymous with getting shots. He had to get 3 at that visit, but I did much better this time around!! I gave him some Tylenol and that made him feel better, he was cranky the rest of the day, and I am sure it was to let me know he was unhappy with my decision to take him in the first place...