Thursday, November 4, 2010

Watch out world!

My beautiful (totally not a biased mom) baby turned six months this last week! Life has been busy but we are enjoying every moment of it. Hannah is such a happy little girl and we can already see her personality shining through. Happy Birthday Hannah!
These were taken at her 6 month photo shoot. She already knows the camera is going to be in her face her entire life!

Friday, October 22, 2010

We love this weather

Hannah enjoying the beautiful fall day!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Growing up so fast!

Dear Daddy,

Today I sat up for 15 whole minutes all by myself!!


Friday, July 23, 2010

Shout out to Chad

I know I have been slacking in the blogging department but this post is for Chad! Hope work is going well, we miss you! Hope you are ready for a fun weekend with the girls!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

One month!

Can you believe that Hannah is already a month old?!?! Everyone is feeling great and life couldn't be better.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Hannah Marie Zwygart

Hannah arrived April 25, 2010 5:44am! Weighing in at 7lbs 12 oz, 20 inches long. She is beautiful!! If you want more details about the birth scroll down pass the pictures if you just want to admire her enjoy!! (I am not biased or anything)

A four generation picture...super happy we got this one!

Just about ready to leave the hospital!
Took this one today, it shows off her little dimple!

We went to the hospital Saturday night and received my epidural at about midnight. Of course, I started feeling great...but a little too good. The epidural had a drip and rose too far up my body, my chest went numb and then my face, I asked the nurse if it was normal that I couldn't swallow. They immediatly pulled the epidural and told me I had to wait until I could feel the contractions again before they could reinsert it. Well, when we got to feeling the pain again my blood pressure was really high and the baby's heart rate was really low. I dilated too far and ended up having a natural birth. Things went well, Chad and the nurses were awesome and helped me through the breathing (we didn't take any birth classes and took the hospital tour that morning :). Unfortunatly though, the pain didn't end there, it ends up my epidural had a drip that went in the wrong area of my spine which results in brutal migraines 24/7. I thought that I could tough it out and did for five days but today I decided the pain was too much and went back to the hospital and received a spinal patch. They did another epidural but instead of inserting medicine they insert my blood to plug the hole. My headache went away and we are left with sore back. Despite all the pain though I can honestly say motherhood is worth it! Chad and I are loving parenthood and look forward to all the new things that it brings!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Baby Update

For those of you that are curious (if anyone still reads this blog because I am a major slacker) we are two weeks out from our due date! I have started my weekly Dr. appointments and everything is going great. I haven't started dialation but have started thinning. This baby girl will be here before we know it! I'm going to do better at posting so check back because next time our family could be three!

Spring at last!

I would have to say I have the best parents in the world. Even though most of us are married or in college already "the Easter Bunny" still visits our house and hides our eggs and our baskets! It is still a big family tradition to dye eggs the Saturday before (if I look tired in all these pictures it's probably because I am...two more weeks and probably less sleep but maybe I'll be comfortable! Here we are dying eggs- these specific ones are a tribute to Sam and Haley.

After 25 years you think the Easter Bunny would run out of good hiding spots but nope, he's got skills. It took my a while to find my basket but the rewards are delicious!

Easter morning craziness! And this is before eating any candy.

15 3/4 + 1 = The new Hobson Family!

Scary but true, the Hobsons have added one more to the family! Angelie and Bryan Bauer were sealed together on March 27, 2010 in Boise! Bryan is a great addition to the family and as you can see from the picture below we are all very excited! Here are just a few pictures from the wedding...if you want to see more visit my facebook.

The girls minus my sister Haley who is serving a mission in Japan right now.
The new Hobson family (again minus Haley and Sam who are both in Japan serving missions). The 3/4 is our baby who is due in two weeks!!Hobsons and Frys! The whole Fry family was able to travel and make it to the wedding. It was super fun to have them in Boise- it had been too long!

Chad and I and 9 month prego belly...hard to miss these days.

I couldn't resist putting this picture in of my cute little Grandma! She even wore a jacket to match Angelie's colors. Love you Grandma!

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Christmas 09

Chad and I enjoyed being back in Boise for the Christmas Season and with both families in town we kept busy! Here are some of our Holiday happenings:

1. My mom substituted the whole week before Christmas for a teacher whose mom passed away. Chad and I also volunteered at the school and redid her bulletin board. Chad made the big gingerbread man and house and I did all the borders and letters. Then the 1st grade class decorated the little gingerbread and peppermints...cute huh?

2. Decorating the Christmas tree is an event here. Our tree topper is a little unusual (a teddy bear), we rotate every year who gets to put the bear on and this year Chad got to! Chad, consider yourself official! The next picture is us in front of the finished tree.

3. Every year the whole Hobson family gets together and goes caroling. Last year it was freezing and this year it was actually not too bad and my stomach is still small enough that I can zip up my coat (always a plus!) - I don't think Chad knew the pic was being taken.

4. We spent Christmas Eve with my family because we were able to talk to Haley and Sam on their missions! They are both doing excellent and it was exciting to talk to them. We also decorate boxes to put our presents in Christmas morning. Chad and I combined and did Santa's sleigh with a reindeer. There wasn't much box left when we were done but I think it turned out great!

5. Dinner at Tucanos Brazilian Grill. This place is delicious and well worth it!!!!

6. Of course, Christmas Eve pajamas! These are some comfy sweats!

7. Christmas morning started early with opening our gifts to each other and from my family at the Hobson household then we went out to Nampa and spent the rest of the day and spent the night with Chad's family. Our big gift to ourselves was a new video camera so we can record all the baby events this year!

8. And last but not least on Christmas Day with Chad's whole family together and in town we did family pictures. I was super impressed we got it all done in 30 minutes!! Props to the Zwygarts!!

Shout out to my Dad

Christmas is a big deal at the Hobson household. Since Chad and I are living here right now we got to be right in the middle of it all! One of the biggest things is my Dad's Christmas lights...and this year he was featured as a house to see in the newspaper! So Dad after many years congrats on the recognition! We LOVE 'EM!!