Saturday, September 22, 2007


We spend our Saturdays watching the Green and White... Go State! (Who are now 4-0). These are pictures of a recent game that we went to with Grandma and Papa and Cousin Cole. We had a lot of fun and did a lot of cheering. Ty was so tired on the way home that he fell asleep eating a twinkie.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

A look at the new baby...

Here's a look at our new baby! I went to a specialist this week for my ultrasound because of everything that's happened and also because I was born with a cleft palate. We had a 4-d ultrasound done, which is really cool and shows an actually form of the baby and not so alien like. Jon and I decided to find out what this baby so we could talk to Ty about a brother or a sister and two: I think we've had enough surprises for awhile. Don't get me wrong, I still think it's more fun to wait and see when that day comes and they put them on your belly to find out. But anyways...Ty is going to have a Baby Brother! He is so excited and so are we. They showed us the "pee-pee" and everything. It was pretty clear. Well we go back in 7 weeks for another ultrasound to keep a close eye on everything and I'm sure we'll have more phots then. Until then...keep us and our family in your prayers!

Monday, September 3, 2007

Our 1st Trip to the U.P. Together!

Daddy & Ty w/ Mackinac Bridge- Mommy & Ty @ the wedding

Ty posing w/ mommy's boquet- Sleeping on the ride home! - Joe & Monique Hirschenberger

At the Lake superior beach.- Lake Michigan & the river- Ty's 1st time @ the beach.

Last weekend we went to the U.P. to Jon's brothers wedding. Joe and Monique were married on Sept 1, 2007 in Marquette, MI. We had a lot of fun, Ty danced up a stormed at the wedding and hammed it up for the camera all night. Ty loved the Mackinac Bridge, or "the big long bridge" as he calls it. We stopped at a few scenic places on the way home, including a river that poured out into Lake Michigan. It was the first time Ty saw a beach and water that big, he was amazed, you could tell by the look on his face. It was a long busy weekend, but well worth all of it.