Saturday, November 26, 2011

Life update

Wow I can not believe I have not added a new blog for so long. I have been really busy with the kids and working part time so I have been slipping on my blogging.

Well in the past month and a half since I updated a few things have gone on. Kairi had her appointment with the specialist at Blank Children's Hospital in Des Moines. Her lead level dropped and we are really thankful for that. We need to take her back in another could weeks just to make sure it has dropped to a normal level. We did have a lead inspector come to our house and we found areas with high amounts of lead. Right now we are working on getting rid of all the lead in the house. SO far we have already replaced the living room windows ( they had already been ordered when this was found out ) and we are removing lead paint in the basement. We still need to get rid of all the lead outside, on the front porch and replace four windows upstairs. We are hoping by this time next year all that will be taken care of.

Amelia is five months now. I can not believe how fast it has been going. She is getting so big! She has two teeth now, is rolling and want to sit on her own. She is currently sick with an ear infection and RSV. It has been a scary couple sleepless days for mama. I am up all night watching her breathing to make sure she is ok. She seems to be on the mend and I am really thankful for that.

We found out that my sister is having a boy! I will have a nephew coming in March and I am really excited to meet little Johnathon.

Alex and Destiny are doing really well with their school work. Alex is starting to read more and more and Destiny is not far behind.

Chris is still out of work. We are waiting to hear back on a couple jobs. I really want him to find something soon, while we are doing okay money wise it will be nice to be able to get back to being more then okay so we can do more house repairs.

Well that is all for now!

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