Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Eva's Surgery

Eva was a little nervous about getting surgery when we arrived.

Daddy helped her feel better by playing checkers with her.

Grandma Chapman was there the whole time to help our Eva feel good!

Eva in pre-op. She didn't like being distracted from the movie she was watching.

She had some super awesome nurses help her put stickers on her oxygen mask and smelly stuff inside it. (She chose cherry)

Grandma with Eva in recovery after surgery. Eva was kind of cranky about having to keep the IV in and the red light thingy on her finger.

Getting a Popsicle helped her to cheer up a bit.

She wanted to see her bandage.

She got a super comfy cozy eye mask from the gift shop.

Something every girl needs for her beauty sleep.

She got a lot of new teddy bear friends too! She received 2 from the hospital (Ariel and Hello Kitty), 1 from Aunt Steph (Cheer Bear), and 1 from Uncle Jeff and Aunt Megan (Sophia).

She enjoyed picking all of the food that was ordered for her. (Not much of an appetite though)

Aunt Steph has been super awesome/nice to watch her brothers and also to bring them by the hospital!

Eva's incision. Everything went great and Eva had fun. She wanted to move there and was nice enough to say that her brothers could live in the cupboards!

We are now home and appreciate the kind nursing staff and her Dr. for taking great care of our little girly.
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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Pioneer Day Parade

About an hr and a half away in Manassa, Co they have a Pioneer Day Parade.

It was a lot of fun!

The kids scored themselves a ton of candy!

Eva sat w/ my mothers cousin Gene Newville. He called her Lily and taught her some ole timey songs. She loves him!

An Amish buggy. We also scored us some Amish baked goods that were delish!

They really go all out on their floats.

I wonder how much time in advance that they start working on them?

I was surprised at how many missionaries there were for a small town!

Eva loved all of the princess floats.

This was my fav.

I was afraid that the horse on the left was going to trample us! (Made me think of you Steve)

They had an old school playground with the kind of equip. That I grew up with!

Eva got scared of how high the slide was and had to climb down. Luckily there was one smaller.

The boys played on the Merry Go Round most of the time.

There was a spider web thingy too but forgot to snap a pic.

All of the kids always love pony rides! Ethan tried to convince me that he needed his own pony.

Jake kept pretending that he was a cowboy yelling, gettyup!

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