Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Sharing grandmas

Bryn wanted to know the other day who Cletus's Grandma would be...when she learned he wasn't going to get different ones and she was going to have to share, she was a bit put out. Aaron and I have been waiting for her to figure out there will be some changes coming - it seems that it is starting to dawn on her!

It looks like we'll have a break from the snow for the next week or so. Now if we can get the temperature back up a bit Elmer and I can resume our walks. We'll see how it goes.

Aaron is gone this evening - he was at the Kansas vs. Kansas State basketball game. And for KSU fans it was an historic evening - the first time K State has beat KU in Manhattan since 1983. Aggieville will no doubt be rockin' tonight!

5 comments:

Debi said...

Oh my goodness, how precious is that?!! I've been wondering how Bryn is going to handle all the changes. It's such a major shock to the system, after all. You may remember that Annie could not have been any more miserable when Gray came along (even brought out the OCD stuff). But when Max came along, she was absolutely thrilled and couldn't have been any better about it. Not sure if that was because she was older (5, as compared to 3 1/2) or if it was because she'd been through it before. Probably a bit of both. Hopefully, Bryn will find many more things to happy about than upset about with the arrival of her baby brother! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you anyway!

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Carrie! :o) said...

Boo!!! I see you!!! I've sure missed ya! I'm back from my bloggy break and just had to come see how the momma to be is doing!! Getting closer, I'm sure!! SOunds like things are going good for y'all. I'm so glad!!! (((HUGS)))

~**Dawn**~ said...

I bet that was a startling realization on her part.

gail@more than a song said...

That is cute! But those things happen and it may not be the last time that "reality" sets in for her! Thankfully it usually all works out eventually.