He is here! Had him a week past his due date on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 5:05 am. 6 lbs 2 oz 19 in long. The doctor said he had a really long cord! Not sure if that is why he was so little, could be. He definently has a look like his brother and sister.
He was a little Jaundice so we had to plug him in to the Biliblancket for a few days, so he was our little glow worm!
Jessica and my mom were there for the delivery. Not sure if it ruined Jessica or not, but it really is amazing how our bodies can bring life into this world! Glad she got to be there. Glad they were both there. And grateful for my dad for watching my other kids that night.
The kids are sure proud of their little brother. They love him so so much. They can't get enough.
The end of July we decided to go visit Brian, Bonnie, Avery, and Aspen in Los Almos along with Grandma and Grandpa Olsen and Jessica! It was a long drive, but a nice, fun trip!
Stop at Arches National Parks in Moab UT.
We then stopped in Colorado for a night or two to break up the trip. We floated down the river and strolled about. It was nice! Brian and Bonnie and the girls drove up to hang out too before heading to their place.
We even stopped at Carson's very own forest on the way to New Mexico.
We took a little bus trip to Bandolier, NM to visit the Indian ruins for our first day adventure!
Saw some little chipmunks along the way! Cute ones I would say!
Our hike through the Indian ruins and living spaces. Loved the caves!
Crazy cacti along our trip!
Cooled off at the local pool!
Visited the nuclear interactive museum, called the Bradbury Museum, to learn more about Los Almos and Brian's work!
Map of the inactive volcano that uncle Brian works on and lives on!
Fat boy bomb!
Skinny Boy bomb!
Local museum! Playing dress up!
Chillin our last night with Brian and Bonnie with a fun little smores roast!
Fun family times! Just wish dad would have been able to skip out on work and come with us, otherwise a nice vacation with the fam!