Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Back to regularly scheduled programming...

Any day now.

So I used up all my allotted space for pictures on blogger, and although I have since paid the 20 bones for more space, I have not yet been allowed to upload more pictures. So I have many to add and much to talk about-will do so soon!

In the meantime, we are enjoying the remaining summer we have left. Sydney is thrilled about her upcoming birthday since she will be four here in a couple of weeks. Sadly she wants to dispose of all her clothes that say 2T and 3T since she will be four and all her clothes need to say 4 on them according to her. The problem is we finally made the switch up from 2T to 3T this past month. Bye bye clothes.


Alex has welcomed his top two teeth and is getting the other two on top also. He is pretty excited about this since he has been asking us nonstop when he can start eating steak, potatoes and pizza. The kid can pack it in and already eats more than his big sister. I give it six more months until he weighs more than her. Well maybe nine. I think she is only about eight pounds heavier.

And...I am going back to work! Some of you know that Anthony was laid off from his job at IBM this past spring. IBM chooses to outsource to India and a little place called Fishkill, New York where the employees make about 1/3 of what he was making. I had a great job opportunity presented to me and I couldn't pass it up. Anthony will be playing Mr. Mom for a while and working on some IT certifications, and I will be "bringing home the bacon" as Sydney calls it. I am pretty excited and looking forward to being back to work after three years of semi-retired life raising the kiddos. Although the 6am wake up time is going to be a toughie!

Stay tuned for a ton of summer pictures as soon as I can upload photos....


Kellye, Chad, Hayden, and Sebastian said...

OMGosh! WOW Stacy! That's exciting! I can't wait to hear how things go!!!!

Keli said...

Wow, back to work, huh? Good for you. Some days I think that would be the life. Then there are the days I don't get dressed until noon, and I think there's no way I could hold a respectable job ever again!

So what will you be doing?