JEN, KARA, and PARKER JOHN

THE STORY OF TWO MAMAS, PARKER JOHN, and TWO CRAZY CRITTERS!







Saturday, June 28, 2008

Springtime in the Snowy Pass

Today we spent the morning in the Snowy Mountains, out past Centennial. We love having the mountains only 30 minutes away! It may officially be summer, but in Wyoming it still feels like spring. It was great to see the wildflowers in bloom, but they won't be in full bloom for a few more weeks. We saw two mule deers, some antelope, and some hairy cows. The hairy cows are Jen's favorite! This video is of a creek up in the mountains, we don't think we have ever seen it this high.

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Friday, June 20, 2008

The newest Hansen



Weighing in at 6lbs 12 oz and 19 1/4 inches is the newest member of the Hansen family. Hayden Weber Hansen was born today, June 20th at 3:30AM. We can't wait until we get to get meet her in person.
Here are the first pictures we received. Mom and baby are doing great!


Friday, June 13, 2008

Our pseudo nephew Carter

While we have been vacationing in Iowa and visiting family, we got to spend a lot of time with our two and a half year old pseudo nephew Carter. His mommy is like a sister to Kara, so that pretty much makes him our nephew.

Here I told him to smile and Aunt Jen smiled just like him. Unfortunately this is a morning shot and Aunt Jen is probably going to kick Aunt Kara's you know what for posting it here! Haha!


Carter loves dogs...especially Molly (or as he pronounces it "Mowndy"). Here he is going in for the kiss.

Task accomplished! Too cute!!

He he also pronounces Psuedo as "Noodle." I don't understand...but it's incredibly cute...so who cares!

Monday, June 9, 2008

Miss Molly Moose

Well, Kara and I are home on vacation. Kara is visiting with her mom right now and got to spend the weekend at the lake. I'm at home with my parents. Saturday night (actually sometime in the wee hours on Sunday) Molly got into some of Cisco's medicine (Cisco is grandma/grandpa Hansen's yellow lab). She was extremely lethargic, wouldn't eat a treat, and had lots of drool! Thankfully Doc Stafford is a good guy and he took great care of Molly. She had to stay at the vets on Sunday to get her stomach pumped and get IV fluids. She still scared me last night because of her shallow and rapid breathing, but she is doing great today. She's eating and alert. I guess I can stop worrying now.