6 years ago
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Okay. I know that the blog readers will probably say that I'm being particular. However, in listening to my man Obama's press conference tonight, I could not help but notice the number of times that he used the phrase "We've got." We've got to be persistent. We've got to get our priorities straight. We've got to save AIG. We've got........ I mentioned this to my cute hubby and he said "He's just trying to get in touch with the average person." Well, that may be true, but really, can't the average person say "We have" or "We need"? As an average person, I think we can. Maybe that could be progress.
Obama, I love you man, but really you don't need to lose the "Harvard Review" to connect with "Main Street." They can go together.
Posted by Heather at 8:19 PM
Sunday, March 15, 2009
So, this picture was taken two weeks ago at 26 weeks. I'm starting to get a little behind on my weekly picture taking. But, Little Baby Chomp is definitely growing up :) We've been able to start childbirth classes through Redlands Community Hospital. Two classes down, and two to go. They've actually been more relaxing and informative than we anticipated. We got a tour on Friday and got to get a handle on where we will be when, what to bring, and the process of getting Collin home. Even though Heather is in Labor and Delivery and Maternal Child every day, it was really fun to get to see how another hospital handles policies and safety. Chomp will be very safe and well taken care of with the staff. And, a fun bonus, Josh should be able to stay the whole time that we are hospitalized (or at least as long as he wants). This is a big difference from Heather's hospital where dads have to leave at 10pm.
Posted by Heather at 6:02 PM
Thursday, March 12, 2009
So we've started looking at houses to buy. With Collin coming, we are figuring that this is a good time to buy. A good time, especially with the house prices where they are, as well as interest rates. But, wow, it is easy to get stressed, confused and a little overwhelming. Houses cost a lot of money. They are a lot of responsibility. They are a lot of work. Those are my thoughts for today.
Posted by Heather at 7:46 PM