Sunday, March 29, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
They said a quick prayer and a few other things that we couldn't hear and said "Families find your solider!" and we were off to find him. My dad holding my neice Emma's hand and I was holding Micaela and Zoe's. I don't remember where the rest of our group was, but they weren't far behind. All I heard was my Dad and Emma yelling "Jason!" & "Daddoh!" and then there he was, in the sea of soliders, my brother was home! This is my favorite picture. To see the smiles on their faces and the tears in their eyes, pure happiness. Daddoh was home!!!
After the welcome home ceremony, we had to go find all his bags and we went out to eat. We went to the Texas Roadhouse and had a great meal. It was really cool, because a table beside us full of soliders that had just got home 2 weeks earlier bought him a 'Jager Bomb' and toasted him. He's glad to he home, and as much as I hate to admit it... I'm glad he's home too!!
Welcome Home Hamic!!
Thursday, March 12, 2009
What are your middle names? Mine is Nicole and Nicks is Lee.
How long have you been together? Married for almost 4 years and together for 5 years!
Who asked who out? He asked me to lunch the first time we went out.
How old are each of you now? I am 26 and He is 31.
How tall are each of you? I am 5'8" and Nick is around 5'11" I think!.
Whose siblings do you see the most? Probably Nick's sister Estelle. My brother Jason has been in Iraq for the past year.
Do you have any children together? Nick and I have two children, Isaiah (my stepson), Zoe and one on the way!
What about pets? No pets for us!
Did you go to the same school? Nope!
Are you from the same hometown? No, he's from San Antonio, & I am from Grand Prairie. Who is the smartest? We are both smart in different areas!
Who is the most sensitive? Definately Me!
Where do you eat out most as a couple? We try to eat at home alot, but we like Red Robin, Texas Roadhouse and Salt Grass
Where is the furthest you two have traveled together as a couple? We haven't travel much together. We have gone to West Virginia and every state in between here and there.
Who does the cooking? That'd be me. Every night during the week I cook when I get home from work.
Who is more social? Definitely me.
Who is the neat-freak? We both try to be but sometimes we fail misserable!
Who hogs the bed? Zoe!! She likes to cuddle up in between us. lol.
Who wakes up earlier? I do, but he is up shortly after me.
Who has the bigger family? I do.
How do you spend the holidays? Well, I have a spilt family. So we try our best to spend equal time with everyone.
Do you have little pet names for each other? Just the Normal names. I like to call him husband.
How long did it take to get serious? Well, we knew/liked each for 3 years prior to us dating, but the timing was always off. But once the timing was right, we were pretty serious pretty fast :)
Who eats more? When I'm not preggo, It's definately Nick. Sometimes I think he has a tapeworm! But I'm the hungry hippo these days!
Who sings better? We both are terrible!
Who's older? He's older by 5 years!
Who does the dishes? I do, but he helps sometimes.
Who snores? Both of us do!
Who's better with the computer? Definitely Me. But I work on with them all day long. He's definately better with a motorcycle.
Who is the first to admit when they're wrong? I will admit that I have a hard time admiting I'm wrong.
Who kissed who first? We sort of kissed each other. It was one of those moments.
Who eats more sweets? We both like the sweets!
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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Everyone is doing good. Nick, Zoe, Isaiah, JD and Lyla are all doing well. Baby #2 and I are feeling good, I'm starting to regain my energy. (not that I had alot to begin with) I am 11 weeks and a few days preggo...I will be so glad to be out of the first trimester!! All the worries and concern will be gone. I'm still wearing regular clothes, but things are getting a little snug in the belly area, it won't be long before maternity clothes are needed. It's true what they say about second pregnancies, everything does happen ALOT sooner than the first. I kind of feel bad though, with Zoe I recorded everything.... This time around I'm not doing alot of scrapbooking or recording... I guess I still have time to catch up on that later. Right now I think I'm going to catch up on some sleep. Good Night all!
Thursday, March 5, 2009
I hope you all have a great week and weeknd! Isaiah and Lyla are coming up for spring break, so I will post an update about our week, in a week! :) Until then, Take care!