Archive for December, 2010

Day 5 of Baby Kynlee

19 Dec

Baby Kynlee has been with us 5 days now! It’s an exciting time in our lives. Unfortunately, I’ve been showing signs of illness and therefore I’ve had to basically quaranteen myself from her and my beautiful wife, Dawn. It sucks. I miss them and yet, they’re only one room over…

I should be feeling better soon though and then hopefully I can move back into our room and I can take some of the burden off of Dawns shoulders. But since Kynlee is being breast fed, there will only be so much that I can do.

I took the 3 older kids to see Yogi Bear in 3d. It was a great movie but I don’t think it will do too well since it’s mostly a cartoon of the current adult population. My 11 year old, and my friends 6 year old, didn’t even know who Yogi Bear is! It’s because they play all these crappy cartoons now a days.


Baby Kynlee Finally Born!

16 Dec

Yesterday, Dawn and I woke up at 0325 to get ready and head out to the hospital for her scheduled C-Section. We were both dragging ass, but we made it on time.

We got there and they put us in our temporary room. Dawn got her gown on and I immediately started clicking away with the camera. It drove her crazy, but she didn’t have much say so lol. To view the pictures I have online, visit my Facebook Page.

I’ll tell you this though, there is not a happier father in the world.  I was unable to be at my first daughters birth due to being in Boot Camp, and in fact, didn’t even get to meet her until she was two weeks old.  It’s something I’ve regretted this whole time, even though I had no choice in the matter and did what I had to do to ensure she was properly taken care of.  But this time, I made sure I was there and nothing, except death was going to stop me from being there.  This came as no easy test.  I was in the emergency room the day prior because my back is severely jacked up.  They gave me a shot and some meds.  I got sick from the narcotics and threw up twice the night before Kynlee was born.  But I suffered through the pain and sickness and I was there.  Granted, I was walking around like some crippled old man, but like I said, NOTHING was going to stop me from missing another birth of my children.

And boy am I glad I was there.  It is just an amazing process and I am glowing like some super hero with special abilities or something.  Baby Kynlee is perfect.  And now, I have four of the most perfect children in the world.

And here she is, Baby Kynlee:

Baby Kynlee


Baby Kynlee Almost Here!

12 Dec

Friday night, Kyndell and I set off for Florida. We drove down to grandpas house and picked up his trailer and then headed for Nanas house. We crashed as soon as we got there.

Woke up the next morning and Kyndell and I went up to Burger King for breakfast. She got three pancakes and I got the usual #1. Amazingly, she finished almost all three pancakes. We went back to Nanas house and I started loading the stuff on the trailer that we were bringing back home.

Once we got packed up, we waiting for Nana to get home so we could take off. Nana had to finish a couple jobs before we could head out.

After Nana got there, we set off. We stopped at Boston Market in Port Orange. I love me some Boston Market and it’s been a while since I had it. It was yummy! I got the Half Chicken meal with loaded mashed potatos and mac n cheese.

Something must not have set well with Kyndell however and shortly after the Brunswick exit (Exit 29) in Georgia, I heard Kyndell cough and looked back and she was covering her mouth. I immediately whipped the car over and jumped out and got to the other side and got her out just in time for her to puke her brains out. Poor baby. She was such a trooper though!

So anyways, we got home, me, Nana, and Kyndell, all in tact.

And this can only mean one thing, IT’S ALMOST TIME FOR KYNLEE TO BE HERE!!! That’s right, Kynlee will be here Wednesday!! Can you believe it? It’s come so fast!! We’re doing some last minute things to prepare for our new addition to the family. We are already blessed with the three most beautiful children in the world, and now we’ll be blessed with a fourth!

I love my kids with all my heart!