Tuesday, April 03, 2012


A couple weeks ago we took the Sibling Tour at the hospital.  The kids really enjoyed themselves, asked a bunch of questions.  Gwen proudly told us in the car that she asked a question she already knew the answer to.  Seriously, our kids were the only ones raising their hands and participating.  Hilarious, but yet a little embarrassing.  
Getting ready for the tour
Gwen started out the questions by asking "if the baby grew upside down" (which is the question she already knew the answer to.)  Nate spent his time slapping the baby's head and shaking the baby.  Needless to say we have to watch that boy carefully around the baby.  They also mentioned that they climb into the crib at night.  The ladies running the tour were a little shocked and told them they shouldn't climb into the crib after the baby comes.  Good times!
Somehow I don't think he is going to make it as a Dr...

After the questions and reading a book we went upstairs to do the tour.  We saw where I would deliver and I can say I am going to miss my old hospital! The other hospital was so much bigger and hid all the hospital type things.  Eric keeps telling me, but they had a window, sure but looking at the the roof and air conditioning units.  Bonus though, jacuzzi tubs in most of the rooms!  We didn't get to see the "after" room because the hospital was full. 
I know that the last hospital's tour included crafts and pictures of the kids to put in the bassinet, so I was a little disappointed.  But, the kids enjoyed it, so I guess it was worth it. 


Mommy Daisy said...

I know I'm behind on blogging, reading, and commenting. I did NOT know that you are pregnant! I do skim from time to time, but how did I miss this??!!

Now I want to hear all about your pregnancy! Congrats!

Melanie said...

I did not mention the pregnancy on the blog, so you didn't miss anything. I am due in June, probably late June, so we are in the home stretch now. Everything appears to be going well, and the kids are excited.
I hope all is well with you! I hope Zachariah is feeling better!