It was Benton’s first Valentine’s Day. The awesome teachers over at the day care had all of the kids make presents for their parents. Here’s what Benton made for me and Beth. On the back it says, “I love you mom and dad.”
I love you too, Benton. So much.
This week was Benton’s second at Bright Horizon’s day care. He’s adjusting well and seems to really enjoy being around the other kids. Each day they have him doing something a new to help them with development. Today Celsa helped him play with the Dot Dot Marker. #MELTING
We started off the day visiting the Winchester Mansion in San Jose. What a fascinating lady and place.
We then took Benton to his first Huskers game today in Santa Clara, CA. Nebraska squared off against UCLA in the Foster Farms bowl. After a poor showing in the first quarter going down 21-7, Nebraska stormed back and dominated the rest of the game, scoring 30 unanswered points to win 37-29.
Benton Richard Jorgensen was born today, at 6:03 pm at the California Pacific Medical Center on California St. in San Francisco, CA.
It’s week 29, hella-cray, cray.
Little baby, you’re only three months away. Can’t wait to see you.
Week 22, with Great Grandma and Grandpa Marks.
Ms. Bethany’s baby bump, week 18.
Here’s a glimpse at Bethany’s bump, week 17. Big things happening.
Holy Toledo-fish. Today we announced to the Facebook, Twitter (etc…) world that we were having a babe.
I have to save this for personal reasons. The chances of this happening again, are slim-to-none. Partially because it was the first game ever played, but also because Pops’ intelligence is unrivaled – most of the time.
We heard the baby’s heartbeat today for the first time. Well, I heard it for the first time, Beth heard it in Montana. It was pretty surreal and definitely made things a lot more real.
Here’s a pic of the ultrasound. I can’t wait to meet you little bugger.
Ellie Grace was born today at 6:02 pm. She’s a healthy 7 lbs 15 ounces, and 20 inches long. She’s one of the most precious things I’ve ever seen.
Congratulations Sarah and Eric!
I took Pops to the final Stadium Series game at Soldier Field in Chicago today. It was minus 3 degrees with the windchill, and it snowed 4-6 inches during the game alone. It was one of the greatest experiences ever, and surprisingly, with the layers we had on, it wasn’t nearly as cold as I imagined it would be.
Merry Christmas Pops.
Two of my best friends, Andrew Holmes and Heather Fellows tied the knot. Congratulations you two.