I’ve noticed that you all don’t come around much on the weekends. Saturday especially. I know, I know – you have other lives. Children to raise, shopping to do, spouses to talk to, and the list goes on. I hear you. I’ve got the same craziness going on in my world (plus some potty training on the side). That’s why I’ve decided to start a new series called “Saturday Memories.”
Each Saturday, I’ll post a pic of something from the past with a short snippet of the memory that accompanies it. Won’t take me long to write it. Won’t take you long to read it. And maybe – just MAYBE – you’ll learn something interesting about me and my little family, while I get the chance to dust off some memories that remind me of how I got to the place I am now.
P.S. If you’re a fellow blogger and want to hook up with your own “Saturday Memories” post, please feel free to. Let me know in the comments though, because I’d love to page through your photo albums too!
This is Jenna at about 7 weeks old in the NICU. It’s probably about two weeks after the final bandages came off of the surgery scar across her tummy (click the pic to enlarge for more detail). She’s all propped up because she had so much trouble with vomiting, and this seemed to help as well as reduce the risks of choking. I love how peaceful she looks in spite of all the tubes and wires, and I love those little hands up by her face and those little toes peeking out. What a pumpkin!