Saturday, April 15, 2006

This picture reminds me of when I was little. Every Saturday night my mom would roll our hair in pink foam rollers for church on Sunday. I usually don't have to do anything to Madi's hair, b/c her hair has always been so curly. But when we had our unfortunate accident with the gum and had to cut 5 inches of her curly locks out, a lot of the curl was cut out too. It made me really sad, her hair was such a trademark for her, but it's starting to grow again and getting more curl in it. So we bought some curlers today. I can't wait for tomorrow. Easter Sunday was always so fun growing up. We always hunted eggs at my Grandmother and Granddad's house in Post. I loved getting a new dress every year and being so girly.

This year we're having Easter at our house. We're doing Easter dinner though, and I think I'm doing most of the cooking too. That's one funny thing about growing up. You have to take part in the cooking and cleaning. I always just liked just being the one who ate it and then went and took a nap.

My sister is 26 weeks pregnant. She having some problems with swelling. She had to soak her finger yesterday to get her wedding ring off and she has retired it until after the baby is born. She has already gained 35 pounds. It's hard for me not to laugh, b/c I've always been the "bigger" sister and I only gained 10 pounds with Kyle. I gained 20 with Madi. I didn't experience any of the problems that Suzanne has had, but I also spent a great deal of time on the bathroom floor hugging the toilet. So I guess it's just different for everyone! I'm just ready for the little guy to get here. I miss babies! They are naming him Jonathan Ryder Scott. They'll call him Ryder. I'm ready for my kids to have someone to play with!

Well have a great day. I'll post the Easter pics tomorrow!


Anonymous Traci said...

I hope you guys have a wonderful Easter!! I'm so happy to hear about Suzanne expecting a little boy, that is so great. Take care and have a great day!

11:45 AM  
Blogger Jenny said...

Hooray for sponge rollers. Emily and I used to curl our hair on them. I've seen pictures, and they weren't pretty, but my mom swears that we asked her to do our hair that way.

Happy Easter!

5:51 PM  

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