Sunday, December 26, 2010

Christmas Review

This was our first year to keep Christmas strictly a "Culver Christmas". Minus our short venture to pick up a movie at a local redbox, it was just Randy, the kids and myself. I have to was a lovely day! We woke up to find a note from Santa and some pretty excited children. Randy and I watched as the children opened all of their gifts and then we had our own little gift exchange. He suprised me with a NookColor which I aboslutely LOVE. I've already started to download books that I've been wanting to read--several are classics so they are found for free on Google. In addition I received some super warm boots and a snuggley, an antique ring and a few other items. Shortly after opening gifts, baby #3 decided that it was time I took a nap that lasted over 4 hours! Randy was amazing (as always) letting me get the much needed rest while he played with his new tools in the garage. The children were entertained with all of their new toys and video games. (I'm not sure where they got their love of gaming, but I figured as long as they are educational games, they can play as long as they
The day was wrapped up with a Mexican cassarole and the movie "Salt" which I highly recommend! Great action fick.
I do hope Christmas was grand for everyone! Merry Christmas and Happy Birthday Jesus.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Update on Potato Hutch

Some of you may remember my cute cute $3 find at a yard sale this past year. I finally broke down and posted it on Craig's list for $15 and it SOLD! Woo Hoo!

A Little Miracle Baby

One of my friend's wife went into pre-mature labor at 26 weeks. Their little cutie pie of a boy, Liam, was born healthy and is now getting use to his new life outside of his mama. It's so scarey to think of having a baby at 26 weeks! He was smaller than a barbie doll when his was born, but has a strong will to survive. I can only imagine what "mama and daddy" are going through. Their entire experience brings flash backs of Tyler's time in the hospital. While Baby Liam is doing well he still has a ways to go before he can go home. Please keep him in your prayers! The family just started this blog to keep everyone updated.

Friday, December 17, 2010


Yes, I know, you agree. 100%  I am absolutely horrible at this blogging thing. The only reason I'm blogging right now is because potatoes take FOREVER to cook (yes, I diced them so they cook faster). I'm experimenting with potatoes, onions, peppers, and some eggs...we'll see how it turns out.
On another note, baby #3 is on it's way. I'm 17 weeks and doing really well. This pregnancy is SO much easier on me than my previous two. God has worked wonders on my body this time around! We do not know what we are having and I believe we are going to wait until the little "corn muffin" is born to find out. It's so exciting!
Well, do excuse me, my potatoes are smelling pretty good and I have a feeling they are needing a good stir. Take care.