Our Eventful Weekend

This past winter was a long one, but God heaped a whole lot of sunshine on us this past weekend. In short, Josh graduated from medical school, and we also found out the gender of our baby. In addition to those life-changing events, Caleb is now done with daycare and staying home with Daddy until I finish teaching in two weeks. My parents were also able to come visit us and spend a lot of time with Caleb, who loved seeing them outside of Skype!

Without further ado, here are some pictures to summarize our happy weekend.

We saw baby this past Thursday at 18 weeks. The tech did not tell us the gender, but we both had a feeling it was a girl!

We saw our precious baby 18-wk old baby on Thursday (Side note: The Dr. wants to move our date up by a week, but we’re sticking with our original date since I went a week late last time. We are, in short, just going to be ready to go at any time during the first half of October!). The tech did not tell us the gender and instead wrote it in an envelope, but we both had a feeling it was a girl. He/she loved stretching his/her legs out!

On Friday we went to Josh's graduation banquet. It was so nice to enjoy an evening of celebration together while my parents watched Caleb. Then, on Saturday, Josh officially graduated and is now a practicing M.D. :)

On Friday we went to Josh’s graduation banquet. It was so nice to enjoy an evening of celebration together while my parents watched Caleb. Then, on Saturday, Josh officially graduated and is now a practicing M.D. 🙂

And, after graduation, we cut the cake and found out that our little miracle #2 is a girl! Let the name hunting commence.

And, after graduation, we cut the cake and found out that our little miracle #2 is indeed a girl. Let the name-hunting and cute-clothes-buying commence!

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One comment

  1. So glad your parents were able to come up for a visit! I know you love those times with them!
    Also, you are married to a doctor! A DOCTOR…how crazy is that?! What an accomplishment, and we are so proud of the both of you. Josh worked so hard, and you are such a supportive hard working teacher/mom/wife all wrapped up in one, and you helped him get through it!
    I am pumped about a little girl joining the crew! It’s going to be so much fun! I can’t believe the picture of baby girl’s leg sticking out so far! It’s really quite a cool picture! Our son’s leg would be half of that all stretched out. Lol
    Lastly, I want some of that cake. Seriously.

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