Thursday, September 9, 2010

CA here we come, me, Joseph, and Jerry dog are moving back down to Lompoc, in just a couple weeks and I could not be happier. We got a house on base I have not seen it, but we look at floor planes online, and I can not wait to get down there and make this house our home. It will have two bedrooms, a "dent" (another bedroom), two bathrooms, a big kitchen, and a fenced in back yard for Jerry. I have just about two weeks before I leaving and I have already started to pack, I have 10 boxes so far and am over half way done. I am also excited to get down there because as soon as I get down there I only have a month to wait for my husband to get back. That's right his nine months are almost up and he will be coming back to grace us with his presents. He is so excited and told me I am not allowed to give Joseph cheerios, he wants to be the first to do it that is his only request and so he talks about it all the time, how he will be eating cheerios and can just give Joseph some too. We will be making some big changes and I am hoping Joseph will handle them with easy as he does with mostly everything else. He is such a great baby but has big stranger danger issues, I guess I should be happy, but he has a big problem with new people like he looks at them and than starts to cry and look around for me. I try to laugh it off and tell him it is okay but really I want to grab him and give him a hug and kiss and stop him from crying, it is a hard time for the both of us but we are getting better. So maybe by going down to CA and him meeting new people down there he will get better. I am so excited to start our adventure, though half way thru the drive I am probably not going to be so excited but for now I am EXCITED!!!!!!!


  1. I am super excited too!!!!! I hope he doesn't cry when he sees me, I REALLY want to hold him !!!

  2. That is great news - both the move and your hubby coming home soon! I'm sure Joseph will do just fine once he settles in. And don't worry too much about the stranger anxiety - totally normal. My baby girl is going through the same thing right now and her little pouty lip is just the saddest thing I've ever seen. ;-)