Wednesday, April 22, 2009

2 weeks already!

It's hard to believe that two weeks have already come and gone. Here's the latest of the little miss - content as usual!

Sunday, April 19, 2009


Easter Sunday was a little too soon for us to head out with the little miss, so Aaron took our devastatingly handsome boys to church. After they got home, we headed over to my Aunt and Uncle's house for a wonderful meal and great company with family. Aunt Karrie got to spend some time with Ellie and even though we'll have to wait until next year for Ellie's first real Easter outfit, her first Easter is one I'll certainly never forget!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Lots of Pics

Here's a few more of little Miss Ellie - she already has an amazing personality and is so laid back! I'm sure I'll be posting a million more, especially after this afternoon when she gets to meet her big brothers for the first time!

She's here!

Eleanor Rosemary Hammmons arrived and came in at 6 pounds, 15 ounces, 19 inches long at 11:18pm. Ellie's healthy, perfectly formed, and amazing. More pictures to come later!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Opening Day

This is Sam's first year of coach-pitch baseball and this past Saturday was opening day. The NM Braves had a great time and played in one short scrimmage game - Sam played pitcher. Not sure what he's trying to say in this picture, but I think he's trying to give everybody a head's up that they're number one! Here's to a great season!

The Zoo - again

So we decided to make going to the zoo during spring break a tradition - especially because this year I couldn't travel any further than Birmingham! The boys love the zoo and would go once a week if we let them! I've attached a slide show with quite a few pictures from our adventure - disclaimer: Sam and Jack took quite a few of our pictures. Frankly, I love the way they see things through the camera! Also, notice in all the pictures where the boys are playing in the "foam" that Jack's head is completely dry and without any bubbles - yep, we fight getting anything on his head at every bath time!