Tuesday, October 7, 2008


We have been very busy since Saturday. I will post pictures of this stuff once we get the computer back together. On Saturday we took Meredith to Washington Farms in Watkinsville for their fall festivities. She had a good time and I think it will only get better as she gets older. We even picked out a few pumpkins. When got home we started moving furniture for the big project...putting in pergo flooring. Our brother-in-law Mark is coming on Thursday to help us put pergo down in the kitchen, living room, and hallway, so we had to get the carpet up. We are living on concrete floors this week. It is killing me because things are not together and dirty, but I will suffer for new floors. It is probably hardest on poor little Meredith because she has to either play in her room or in the pack-n-play because we don't want her on the dirty floor.

We also painted the living room on Sunday and will paint the foyer and hallway beginning tonight after Meredith goes to bed. We bought paint to do the entire house before Meredith was born and our goal was to get it finished before her birth...didn't happen. After this week we will only be lacking our bedroom as we decided not to paint the guest room since it will be Meredith's one day and we want to do something a little girlie. Why paint twice.

Also, I need to ask for prayers for our family and Meredith. I met with our therapist and the coordinator for Babies Can't Wait and they feel we need to get Meredith seen by a neurologist. They are basing this on the fact that Meredith is not progressing in her therapy and by some of her movements. We have her 15 month check-up on Monday and they want us to speak with our pediatrician before moving forward. I will keep everyone posted as I can.


Suzanna said...

Can't wait to see Mer's Washington Farms pictures!

Andrea said...

I will be praying for Meredith and for all her medical appointments. I will be praying for wisdom for the doctors.

Amanda L said...

yikes. I have been behind in the blogs. I will pray for you guys. Be strong and try not to worry. Love you!