Saturday, December 10, 2005

Kena is 4 months old!

Weighing in at 15.5 pounds (75th percentile)

and a tall 26.5 inches (97th percentile) Posted by Picasa
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My baby brother

I got him to say Cheeesssee for the camara at Grandpa's house. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, November 27, 2005

Kelci singing 5 lil pumpkins!

click here to watch her sing it, it might take a few seconds to upload:

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Our first snow fall

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Kelci and her big brown eyes

This was taken this week. She is 3.5 years old now, time sure flys. Posted by Picasa

Kena at bath-time

This was taken yesturday! She is getting so big. She is 15 weeks now.
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Friday, November 04, 2005

Kelci Halloween

After a long night of trick or treating! Posted by Picasa

Kena's 1st halloween!

She doesn't seem to impressed with halloween. I think she is mad because she can not have any of her candy! Posted by Picasa

Monday, October 31, 2005

Which American Cities Fit you?

American Cities That Best Fit You:

70% Austin
60% Miami
55% Denver
50% Seattle
45% Atlanta

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Yummy hand!

Kena 11 weeks old! Posted by Picasa


at her school's halloween party Posted by Picasa

I want to be a model...

when I grow up!

Kelci picked this outfit out, and was dressed before I even knew she was up for the day.
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Kena is working her arms by doing some push ups.
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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Help you compare!

Kena was only 1 month old in this picture. What do you think, do the girls look alike? Posted by Picasa

Kelci at 2 months

So what do you think, does Kena look like her? Posted by Picasa

Matt's prom picture

I was going through old pictures, and found this. It is from May 2002. I believe this was taken in our front yard in Lawton. Posted by Picasa

Friday, October 14, 2005

Playing with my PSP software

I am trying to figure this out. This is my first project. I am making myself very angry. I just need to go to sleep and try again another day. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, October 13, 2005

A little about Reflux in Infants:

.....As well, at least 50% of infants are born with some degree of reflux simply from immaturity of the LES. Most of these infants will not have complications and will outgrow it before they are a year old. It is estimated that about 3% will not outgrow it and will experience the more serious complications related to GERD.

When a baby throws up after nearly every feeding and numerous times between feedings, parents may grow concerned and that there is something seriously wrong with their baby and they seek medical advice. Fortunately, most babies will spit up and/or throw up from their reflux and never have any other problems, they will likely outgrow the condition by the time they are one year and will never need medical treatment.

Kena has Silent GERD:

Silent GER refers to GER or GERD without any outward or typical symptoms. This could mean that a child isn't vomiting or appearing uncomfortable but is having reflux episodes. Some children may swallow the refluxed material (refluxate) back down instead of throwing it up, in some kids it may not come up enough to actually come out the mouth. This can be much more difficult to diagnose, since the most common symptoms are not present. It can also be more damaging as the refluxate burns the esophagus on the way up and again on the way down. Whether or not the silent reflux needs to be treated depends on the complications that are arising from it.

Some pictures

Here is Kena at birth:
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Kena getting ready to go home at 1 day old:
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Here is my brothers Matt and Logan:
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Here is my brother Chris:
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Kelci looking like a model:
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Monday, October 10, 2005

Pictures from today

Kelci woke up this morning asking to hold Kena. So here she is holding Kena:

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