Apr 25, 2008

There's no Place like Home


Even if it is Kansas. This is indeed Somewhere Over the Rainbow where blue birds fly and babies cry. Come ride the choo choo wagon with us on a beautiful spring day (I know, again with the wagon pictures), we can always add more cars . . .



Outside, Outside, ohhh, how we love Outside.

13 comments:

Emily B. said...

I love the second pic-- too cute! It takes 2 brothers; one to push and one to pull a Tsega. ;)

SELENA said...

They seem enjoyed it very much...I'm glad you took them out coz children need the sun sometimes, good for them...Have a wonderful day!

Deirdre said...

I love the part where they all hop out to fix the wagon when it's stuck. Are we looking at the future Click and Clack (and Cluck?)?

Heza Hekele said...

Love how they are all trying to jump into the moving train! Very cute!

Scott and Emily's Blog said...

WONDERFUL video! You can almost see their little minds at work trying to problem solve...then oops there goes the train hurry and hop back in!
Our little ones love being outside also...so glad nicer weather has arrived where we are also.

Jake and Taryn said...

Adorable!!!...as always! :)

Mama Papaya said...

About time for some good weather, eh? Love the additional square footage we gain when the doors open.

Wendy said...

They've gotten so big! They really do look more like little people (as opposed to babies). Hope you and Jerry are doing well.

Sarah said...

Thanks for taking us all along on your beautiful walk outside in the sunshine!

Mini'smom said...

Cindy, I just read your March blog regarding the Keel that you noticed on both Bereket and Sira. My daughter has one (not sure if you can see it in the picture with my blog or not) but I feel that it is no more prominent than Bereket's and no one has said anything to us about a Stage 1 metopic synotosis. The surgeon wants to operate but I am not convinced she needs it. Would you be willing to provide me with the name and possibly # of your doctor? I am consulting with a Center in Dallas (via email only since I am in PA) but they are out of my network and therefore I'm hoping maybe your doctor will be in my network. Any help you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated. And a very belated congratulations on your 3 BEAUTIFUL children, I just want to hug them they are so adorable. Best of luck.

Cindy said...

Mini, yes I can see the keel in your daughter's picture. If she needs the surgery it is best when they are very young like your little girl (head reshapes and grows more easily or something). I'd most def get a second opinion since it is not exactly minor surgery to be taken lightly (but not the worst thing that can happen either--your baby girl will be fine, don't worry). When I went back and looked at younger pics of my boys I did see the keel, just barely, but it became more prominent after they turned one when I began noticing it.

Our doctor's name was Virender Singhal at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, (816) 234-1625.

Best of luck to you! Remember, ultimately it is up to you whether or not to go with surgery. We had xrays, so-called eye pressure exams, and the next step would have been CT scans (and I guess MRIs?). They need a whole suite of tests before surgery is recommended, but you probably already know that. You may also know that there are not a tom of docs that do this type of work anymore since it is plastic surgery and not the kind that makes you fat rich.

Your daughter is beautiful! :)

LISA said...

Cindy, It's funny how I come to look at your blog,then forget to write something! Sorry,i read,get my look at the boys,and i'm outta here till next time!Now that they are getting bigger,just wanna squeeze 'em!

strivin' said...

They are adorable.