Sunday, June 15, 2008

Happy Father's Day

As many of you know (Adam, especially), I like to put things off.  But as you can see, the date of publish is actually on Father's Day. So I'll take a little credit for at least starting this on time. Here are a few pictures that show how much Adam loves his son and how he loves spending time with him. Enjoy! 

Nov. 1st, 2007: Getting ready to go into the operating room
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In the ICU. Look how tiny! Adam was there every day as much as he could be there between classes and work. He loved being there close to Caleb and felt worried when he had to leave.


Nov. 16th: 1st day home from the ICU
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Some of Caleb's 1st smiles with Daddy



On Daddy's Graduation Day




Caleb's 1st feeding with Daddy


Awwww! My 2 boys!

Happy Father's Day Daddy!
Love,
Caleb & Mommy





Friday, June 6, 2008

Adam's Graduation

                                   

So Adam found out in April that he could graduate at the end of the semester. He thought he had a few more classes he needed to take but it turns out he just had one more credit hour to finish and they're letting him finish it during the summer. Graduation was May 2nd. Nora and Sami were able to drive out on short notice to be here for the graduation. We were so happy they could be here for such a special day. Caleb decided to have the worst day ever though and Gramma Nora took him to the car and calmed him down and missed Adam's name being called out. Thanks Gramma! We are so proud of Adam for such a great accomplishment graduating from the University of Utah with a Bachelor's degree in Russian Language & Literature. During his time at school, he has come to love everything about the Russian culture. He has a great passion for continuing to learn and research Russian literature at a graduate level and is currently applying at the University of Arizona. I love and appreciate his passion for the Russian culture and can't wait to see what the future holds for us.