Monday, June 11, 2007

First ever Amy Pregnant With the
Belly Showing Pictures

Today is almost 14 weeks and you can already see how pretty the
baby girl's face is in the sonogram.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The 2007 Maybe Annual Invitational to All Tri-Athalon!

Here we see Josh biking 5 miles with an average speed of over 25/mph to win his heat. Britt is thinking about her water bottle, and Noah is getting another first place in all his events, again.

Amy and Noah watching the fun filled festivities, Amy won one the getting free food and drinks routine, Noah just wanted to win his last event after the swimming, running, and obstacle course. Although it was a triathlon, there were four events.

The medals were award! Noah won them all with Josh doing excellent with a 5 mile bike ride, 1 mile run and a 200m swim. Britt did great as well, but her free food and drinks skills only outweighed Amy!

As we all know, there can only be one winner. Unfortunately although they kept track of all times for the event, they decided not to publish any results, so everybody won, and got a medal, except for Noah who got a new bike!

Actually he won it in a raffle, but then Britt cried cause she wanted that bike and no other, cause is was her favorite bike, and she deserved it, and Noah only got it cause he was 'lucky'. The ride home went well until every few seconds the boys teased Britt about the bike. Then there was crying and punishments were put into place, this went on forever, and still goes on today.

Somebody please shoot me.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

The Next Great Hohenadel is Brewing!

First Sonogram from our new baby. The one with the funny lines underneath shows the baby's heart rate. Which is a normal 157 bpm.

Unbelievable for me, as I haven't seen a sonogram on child in at least 8 years. So much cleaner, quicker, fast, and informative.

An awesome experience to actually see the baby's heart beat. In addition all our nasty living and chemical exposure from our jobs have so far produced an A1 Prime Hohenadel!

If you look hard enough you can see that this is a baby girl! (just kidding Mom), we won't know, or won't want to know for another 8 weeks.

Although if you squint hard enough I think I can see some red hair, and maybe a bit of Amy's nose.