Monday, April 20, 2009

back to work

Phineas was born two weeks ago and I've gone back to work.
It wasn't as hard to go back to work as I thought it might have been.

To be honest, it was kind of nice to be back in the grind of the coffee house. I was surprised to have missed so many of the people who frequent mosaic.

Friday, April 17, 2009

life ever-changing

I have entered life ever-changing. Our baby boy, Phineas Lee Smith, was born April 6th 2009. He weighed 10lbs 2oz and was 22 inches long. So, to some degree, he takes after me. And as such, he eats a lot... and can sleep really well.
In reference to eating a lot. We have to change him al ot. Which reminds me just how much our lives from here on out have changed.
We are constantly in a life ever-changing. With our without children. Our world changes, we change, adapt, and move on. And so it is with Phin... life ever-changing.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Phineas Lee Smith

Phineas was born on 4/6/2009 at 7:25pm.
He weighed 10lbs 2oz.

Phineas is doing well. He is growing, sleeping, and eating as he should.

We're all tired and adjusting to the new norm.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

the waiting game.

It's kind of like the wedding game. Only completely different. OK, so I have no idea what the wedding game is. However the waiting game currently consists of Bree and myself waiting for the baby boy warming in Bree's belly to decide he's ready to come out and meet us face to face.

Her due date is April 10, 2009. Good Friday!

It would be pretty cool - as Bree pointed out today - if he came tomorrow. Tomorrow is Palm Sunday, a day we celebrate Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. It would be appropriate to meet our new baby on such a day. And of course, appropriate for Good Friday, and without note - Easter.

So, here we are. Waiting. We have had a good lesson in patience.

I made a list of things I'd like to accomplish around the house a few weeks ago. It included things like: patch up nail holes in walls, sand the holes, repaint the holes and touch up other spots, clean the bathroom, dust the house, vacuum, mow the lawn, hang a mosaic at Mosaic, and "finish the basement." As of this afternoon... all of the above stated goals have been accomplished. So, if the little booger was waiting for me to accomplish my list of to-do's... I've done it!

And now, we just have to wait... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Patiently.