Thursday, July 22, 2010

Ian Scott Worsley
July 19, 2010
5 lbs. 0 oz.
17 inches

Our little bundle of joy was born on Monday morning, July 19, 2010, at 7:48 a.m. He was teeny tiny!!! Here are some pictures from the hospital. We are home today and everyone is doing fine. Ian lost a little bit of weight at the hospital, but is eating really well. He should be gaining it back soon. Overall, all is well. Samantha loves being a big sister and is really helpful (a little too helpful). She loves holding him and giving him hugs and kisses. She is such a good big sister. Love to all!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010


We went to the doctor today and found out that we are having a BOY in July. Samantha is getting a little brother! We are very excited about this news. I thought I would share it with all of you!


Thursday, January 21, 2010

One + One = TWO!
I thought I would share our exciting news with those of you who don't already know. We are expecting again!!! Samantha will be three in March, and we will be having a new little one in July. We are so excited! I am in my 13th week and we have already been to the doctor twice. At 9 weeks, we were able to see the baby's heartbeat with an ultrasound. We went back yesterday and were able to hear the heartbeat. He/she is growing normally and everything is going great.

This pregnancy is so different than with Samantha. It is really like night and day. With Sammi I was so sick all the time. With this one, the sickness is manageable and not that often. Yesterday, our doctor told us that at our next appointment, he will be able to tell the sex of the baby. That is only four weeks away! I keep asking Sam if she wants a little brother or sister, and the answer changes daily. I think she will just be so happy to have a baby in our home. I will keep you all posted!!!


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Christmas 2009

We had a wonderful Christmas this year. Sammi finally understood what Santa was all about. She was so excited for him to come and leave her gifts. Whenever she heard to doorbell ring, she always thought it was him. She would run to the door and say, "It's Santa! It's Santa!" Of course, we tried to teach Samantha what Christmas was really about. I think she understood a little bit better when we went to Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake. We took her to see the Christus and she was excited to see Jesus. She kept saying "Jesus! He is all white." Christmas morning, Samantha was excited to discover Santa had come and left her a little kitchen. She loves it and loves pretending to make us food to eat.
Overall, we had a delightful Christmas spending time with family and loved ones. We enjoyed the special spirit Christmas brought into our home and hearts. We hope each of you had a wonderful Christmas this year.

Sorry it has taken me forever to update our blog. This is our Thanksgiving picture with all the Lindeman grandkids. We had such a fun time at my parents house this year for Thanksgiving. My brother Neil and my sister Laura were in town and we were all together. We even had family pictures taken. It was a blast to just spend some time with family and catch up.

Peter, Avery, Elijah, Samantha, & Jack

Monday, November 2, 2009

Happy Halloween

We had an awesome Halloween this year. We were a family of bees. Stef was our Queen Bee with Kyle as the Worker Bee and Samantha our little Honeybee. Samantha was finally old enough to understand what trick-or-treating was all about. She was such a trooper walking from house to house. She did get tired after a while and asked to ride in the stroller. She got more candy than she needed and had a great time.

Pack's Pumpkin Patch

A couple of weeks ago, we went to Pack's Pumpkin Patch with Grandma & Grandpa Lindeman and Aunt Val. Samantha had so much fun. She mostly just wanted to run through the maze they had for kids and didn't really care about picking out a pumpkin. Once we dragged her away from the maze, she finally decided it was pumpkin picking time. Just like last year, she loved riding in the cart while daddy searched for pumpkins. She was so excited to take her own pumpkin home.