Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Baby Recap!

Ok, since the baby is 3 and a half months old, I guess it's time to get this on the blog. This post is way out of order, I'm clearly having trouble, just bare with me and pretend it doesn't matter.
In the weeks leading up to the baby being born, I tried to take the girls lots of places, we went swimming a lot, and to the movies, any place we knew we wouldn't be able to go for awhile with a baby. This is the day before the baby was born. Jeremy took off and we took the girls to Maddox for lunch.

Reese loves the pink butter place, as she calls it.

Earlier that day, the girls and I got pedicures together, they loved it!

 This is Payton Sue Deamer. Born August 14th 3013, at 11:00 p.m. 
It was a long labor, we were scheduled to be induced at 7:00 am. But on our way we got the call saying they were full at the hospital, so we had to wait till 11:30. Needless to say I was a bit bummed. It all worked out in the end obviously.
 The downside, was that since she was born so late, no one was able to come up that night except for my mother in law Darlene.
Little tiny burrito baby on the couch. :)
As you can see, she has one real good dimple. Reese has two, big ones, and Payton has a few more little ones, but this is her one big one.

Reese was so excited to be able to feed the baby, I pumped my milk, just so she could.

This is the first good picture we got with her eyes open in the hospital.
The girls meeting their new sister for the first time. I had presents for the girls at the hospital, to help them feel special.

Payton Sue with Grandma Darlene, right after she was born.

Reese loved holding her, especially at the first, when she was tiny.
Sorry I told you I couldn't get it all in the right order, this is a big belly shot, that morning, to show how big I got.
Here's the girls, showing off their painted nails and toenails.
This is right, right after the baby was born. She was pretty sad, but once she calmed down, she has been a pretty good baby.
One last shot of the babes in the hospital.    

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Big Recap of summer

I don't know when I have ever been this far behind, but I am trying to do a quick recap. I tried to do as little as possible pictures just to get on here what I have missed. In these last months before the baby came we did a lot of stuff. More than I ever do. Mostly because I knew it would be hard to do anything once the baby came, so I wanted to give the girls a super fun summer.

This is us at the zoo, with my dad and nephews, we always have to get a picture like this, (it's our tradition.)

 Here's Rylee with Jeremy, for father's day.
 We went to Bear Lake in June, with my family. There were so many pictures of that trip I wanted to put on here, but I made myself only put on a few. Here's a classic back shot. (Maybe I am becoming my mother, she loves to take pictures of people's backs.) But I just thought it was so cute.
 Cute little face, at the park.
 Reese was being so funny about not wanting to walk in the water, because she didn't want her feet getting dirty at all. I told her "you're a kid, you're supposed to walk in the mud." She didn't like it at first, but once I forced her in, she forgot about it after awhile.
 Rylee's favorite thing is to play in the mud, at the lake. She could do that for hours and hours.
 My mom and dad have kayaks, the girls love to have a ride.
 Now skipping ahead to the 3rd of July at my parents house, (which is just a big of holiday as the fourth at our house.) Classic sparkler shot.
 The girls watching the Harrisville parade, right by aunt Heather's house.
 On July 15th this year, we celebrated our 10 year anniversary. We had wanted to do something a bit bigger, but due to my huge prego state, we were a bit limited. But it was very nice. We did a lot of good eating. :) Here we are at the brunch at the Grand America. Sooooo yummy!
 Dinosaur park, had to get a shot by the triceratops.
 This is on the 24th of July, Reese wanted to make a covered wagon. It was more of a pain, then it was worth. It lasted about five minutes.
 This is just a random day, but Reese and Rylee always are having tea parties, and they roped their dad into this one. (At least they didn't make him wear a dress.)
 This is at the farmer's market in Ogden, I paid $1 each to let them pet the bunnies. They were in heaven.
 I'm not sure exactly how this even started. I just looked out the window one day, and this was how they were mowing the lawn, and I had to get a picture of it. The girls love Jeremy, and they love to ride on his back, and climb all over him.
 A few more of the 4th of July. We decorated their bikes so they could ride in the parade. We had them just ride down a little ways and then double back so they wouldn't miss the whole rest of the parade.
 My cute little patriotic big girl.
 Cute shot with Rylee, (see on Jeremy's back again.)
 This picture sums up a lot of our summer as well. At the end of the school year last year, Reese won a season pass to the pool, and since Rylee was still free this year, I decided to buy a pass for me, and just make it our summer of swimming. We went a ton, and the girls loved it. I have to admit it was good for me, because it was so hot this summer, it really helped to go sit in the cool water. And when we started Rylee was a bit nervous of the water, but by the end of summer she was umping off the side, and swimming under neath the water even!
Well that ends my quick, but still quite long (sorry) recap of the summer. It was a fun summer, jam packed with everything I could possibly fill it with before the baby was born.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Fun Happenings

This year, every one (of the Deamers) were out of town for Memorial day. So we took up the flowers, and a stalk of corn to Jeremy's Grandparent's grave. 
 One day, I was doing a client's hair, Reese and Rylee burst in saying Rylee was sick, and that she had the chicken pops. I had a hard time being mad that they had colored all over her face, because they were being so cute about it.

 Just a cute pic of the girls in the huge pool. I swear this is the best thing, they play on it for hours and hours.
 Rylee and Daddy, snuggling and having some yummy watermelon.
 Jeremy had fixed up his Dad's old trail90. I thought these pictures were cute of him giving the girls a ride.

In preparation for the baby, we had to move the girls together. Luckily I was able to find some bedding that had green on one side and pink on the other. Reese is so into pink, and Rylee into green.
Here's a pic of Rylee with her new big girl bed. They have done very well, I was nervous that they would keep each other up at night, and that it would be a pain every night. But we made the rules clear, and they have done such a good job. And I think they they love sharing a room together.
 Just a funny picture of them having a tea party, which they love to do. They wanted to dress up. Reese is a princess, and Rylee of course is a Big Fat Caterpillar.
 Jeremy had been going out of town a lot, and Reese made this sign for him, all by herself.
 Jeremy's Aunt bought this pool for the kids to play in for the summer and they loved it.
 Rylee lounging. Reese was laying in the pool and I heard her say "A kid could get used to this."
 One last pic of my little cutie, being a doughnut, I believe is what she said.