Thursday, March 21, 2013

Photo Cred: Calen Caple

So, if you've heard in the news about Texas A&M and the flash mob they did to President Bush Sr. well, there's something you need to know. The only reason Pres Bush was there is because my sis-in-law raised like $40,000 for a Habitat for Humanity House that the school is building in the presidents honor. Some other goobers just took advantage of Calen's hard work, put together a flash mob and then got tons of new coverage. The mob got so much coverage that it was on CNN news (I think it was CNN) and some of Calen's pictures that she took of her work with Habitat were briefly shown when the flash mob goobers briefly mentioned it... Hence the title of this post...I'm just trying to give credit where credit is due :-) No offense to the flash mobbers as flash mobbing is very cool and I would love to participate in one. However, providing a home for a family is likely more important than "getting jiggy with it" in front of a president.
All these pictures Calen took while her and her fiance came to visit us last week over their spring break!!

Just snuggling on the floor
Kinsley showing off her sun dress and biceps before we went to desert museum

Checking out uncle cameron! Soo precious!!

Finally getting to meet Grandma and Grandpa Caple!!

Yep, she's pretty cool!
So yea, we've had tons of company the past two weeks and I'll write another post about that at a later time. For now, here's an update. Kinsley is growing and we are praising the Lord!! It's such a blessing for her to be eating so well and not having any major issues! She's now 23.75 inches long (up 2.5 inches from birth and well over 95th %ile), 10 lb 13 oz (again up 2 lbs since birth and at the 90th %ile) and her head circumference is 15 inches (up 2 inches from birth!).  She's also freakishly strong, still getting the hiccups all the time, starting to coo and smile more often and just beautiful!
Now we're just continuing to pray for her growth and development. Also, I have to go back to work next Monday so please join us in prayer as we make that transition!

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