Nick had the opportunity to go to Boston with his Dad, Brook and his Mom to watch his Dad run in the Boston Marathon. His Father Larry always amazes me, he is over 50 years old and he can run a marathon. That is quite the accomplishment!
Monday, June 28, 2010
So, I know it has been forever since my last post, two months in fact! I don't really have any excuses other than we have been very busy. This is what we have been up to for the past 2+ months.
As of April 22nd I became a working mom. I have really been enjoying my time back to work after maternity leave. I love my job and it makes me enjoy and cherish my time home with Makenna so much more. I feel after having my own birth experience that I can relate to my patients better and I can share more fully in their joy. Every once in a while miss Makenna gets to come visit me at work and always brightens my day!
In the beginning of May we celebrated my Grandma Dorothy's 80th birthday. She is such a wonderful woman and we love her dearly! A couple of days after her party she was lucky enough to spend a few weeks in Hawaii visiting my aunt Tammy so her party had a Hawaiian theme to help get her geared up for her trip.
Miss Makenna turned 4 months old on the 25th of May. At her 4 month well check she weighed 14 lbs and was 24 inches long.
On May 28th Finn Daniel Densley joined our family. He is such a sweet boy and we are so happy that Kristl and Aaron were able to come back home to Ellensburg for him to be born so our family could share this special time with them.
Nick's brother Brook also graduated from High School. He is going to BYU in the fall and then will serve a two year mission for our church next year.
My Brother Mitch graduated from Central Washington University with a degree in interior design. He currently has an internship at CWU remodeling the common rooms in the student dorms.
Our sweet baby girl is now five months old. She loves to smile, laugh, eat, roll over to get to things, people watch and play with her uncles, aunties, and grandparents.
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