Tuesday, March 31, 2009

St. George and Sickness...

The last few weeks have been kind of crazy. We went to St. George last minute for Jakes bullet business -which I have not yet explained about.... another post... another time. Anywho... we had a blast while we were down there. It is nice to see our long lost relatives every now and again when we can. They are alot of fun. Andrew completely enjoyed seeing Grandpa Chris and Grandma Wendy and playing with cousins. We loved seeing all of the Wilcox's there with the acception of Dacia and Matt -maybe next time. We also got to stop by Grandma and Grandpa Summers a couple of times while we were there. On the way down we stayed at Grandma Lineberry's house in Salt Lake. That was the first time she got to see Grant. Wish we could have stayed longer. I'm so glad we got to show the kids off a little bit though. We all enjoyed seeing everyone and hope we can come down more frequently, (even though a long trip like that is tough with a baby that hates his car seat!) now that Jake has this business thing going for him. We love you all!

Here are some pictures with Grandma and Grandpa Summers. Of course Andrew had his hand in his mouth in every picture. :) I don't know why we didn't get anymore pictures of the kids with anyone else. I'm horrible at taking pictures. I'll do better next trip!

Jakes cousin Stacy and her family stayed at the Summers house the night before we visited for the last time. We missed them, but we picked up a little something they left behind. THE FLU! Bleh! When we got home we heard Grandma and Grandpa both got it. I felt bad for them, but I didn't really think anything else of it until Andrew threw up in his cereal bowl the next morning. It was the first time he has REALLY thrown up, I felt so bad for him. I wasn't very good at running to the toilet with him when he would scream out in pain. My initial reaction would be to hold him. Yeah, I got puked on a few too many times. I felt so bad for him, but THAT was more disgusting than anything. It's hard to comfort a child when the initial reaction is to vomit yourself. Anyway, I ended up having it a the next day. It lasted about three days for both of us. I am so glad morning sickness doesn't feel like that or I probably would NEVER want to be pregnant. It was awful! We are over it now, thank goodness.

2 comments:

The Adams family said...

what fun! Hopefully you got some sun! :) So what is going on with this business?

brittany schley said...

So glad I stayed away from you guys for that. Me no likey the pukey.