Saturday, December 26, 2009

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

new pics

So two kids are more work than one and since poor ellie is the second kid I haven't had time to take as many pictures. These are my excuses for not posting any pictures of my kid with her eyes open, but here they are now. We think she's a keeper.

1 week

6 weeks

Friday, August 14, 2009

Introducing Eleanor Noble Hoyer

Eleanor, "Ellie", was born Tuesday, August 11 at 9:32 am
7 lbs .5oz, 20 inches

Going home today!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

So the month of May has been a busy one for the Hoyer household. We had 3 trips (Ben to St. Louis, all of us to the mountains for a family vacation, and then to P-cola for a wedding and my brother Drew's high school graduation). It's good to be home but there is no rest for the wicked. We now have to seriously get ready for baby girl hoyer (who still does not have a name). The doctor scheduled the c-section so we will officially be a family of 4 on August 11.

Wes is talking, talking, and then doing some more talking. Most of all of what he says is in sentence form now (granted he does need his translator sometimes, but he talks pretty clearly for a 1 and half year old).He repeats a lot of what I say so I've started to pick up on the things I say on a regular basis.He's also really into animal sounds.So far we have the cow, kitty, puppy, lamb, bear, skunk, rooster, horse, duck, bird, and pig.He still doesn't really understand the whole baby thing. He just calls my stomach a big ball.

Friday, March 20, 2009

A fun spring weekend

So last weekend we went down to West Palm Beach to spend some time with the Van Dorans. We relaxed, took in a Cardinals spring training game, played some Rock Band, and even took in some sailing (well, Ben and Orie took in some some sailing, I on the other hand lasted about 10 minutes and then had a nervous breakdown-before you judge me, it was very windy that day and not a very big boat). It was a very relaxing weekend and a big lesson was learned by all: if you actually want to watch the spring training game you bought tickets for, don't bring two very active toddlers.