Thursday, April 5, 2012

What happened to March?

I can hardly believe it's already April! March was a crazy month. It started with a couple days in the hospital, as James was sick again. Thankfully this cold did not turn into pneumonia and we were able to avoid a long hospital stay. With lots of steroids, antibiotics and breathing treatments he was able to get better on his own in a few weeks.

About the time James got better it was time to move. Our lease at the apartment was up at the end of March and for various reasons, we decided it was time to move on. So we spent St Patty's day moving a few miles down the road into a duplex. The boys and I actually spent the day at a friends house having one big long playmate while Dave and some friends from church moved all of our stuff. The boys and I really enjoyed our day, but I think the guys were a bit tired from carrying all the furniture down 40 steps. :-)

We also bought a new car recently. We ended up getting a brand new Chevy Traverse. We love it. It's diamond white and we had a DVD player put in so it's great for long trips! Dave got a good deal and a great interest rate so he was happy too.

We don't have Internet for the new place yet so I'm doing this post from the iPad. The only problem with that is that I can't figure out how to post pictures from this thing...I don't even know if it's possible. If anyone out there knows how, feel free to share your knowledge. I took pics of the new place and the new car just for you!

Dave gets tomorrow off (Good Friday) so I think we might take a one night trip to Galveston, Texas. It's about a 2.5 hour drive and there's a few things we want to see there while we're living so close. Moody Gardens is supposed to be fantastic and I'm looking forward to riding the ferry! I'll take lots of pictures and hopefully figure out how to share them.

I think that's all for now. The boys are really enjoying the new place and have been doing well without any cable tv. James is progressing by leaps and bounds and has even started standing up without assistance!! It's a fun and exciting time to be a Louisiana Iverson!