Sunday, September 24, 2006


Here are some new pictures of Emma and Tyson and me.

I'm cute and I know it!

Mom and Emma having a quiet moment before bed.

Busy, busy

Things are so busy around here. Stan is working hard on his last semester of school and soooo ready to be done. He is juggling school, work, the family, and assistant ward mission leader. He has his hands full. But he does find a minute every once in a while to cuddle with Tyson.

Here is a perspective for you. If Tyson were to stretch out he would not fit.

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Two cute kids!!

Life at home

Emma loves Tyson so much. She also loves to hold him. Sometimes too much. She would hold him all day everyday if she could. Emma is so gentle most of the time when she is around Tyson. She loves to give him kisses and loves when every she can. Hopefully it will last.

Coming home

After an evenful stay in the hospital, we were ready to come home. Emma was glad she did not have to go to the hospital any more to see her new baby, as she put it. Tyson had a little bit of jaundis but nothing too serious. He was 6 lbs. 12 oz. when we left the hospital.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Tyson's first smile

This is the first smiles we caught on tape and they are cute!!!

The new Addtion

On August 3, 2006 We welcomed Tyson S. Skeem into the world. It was a very easy labor once I got started. I was four days over due and my amniotic fluid levels were too low so I was induced that day. I was started on Pitocin at 1pm and by 7 that night Tyson was here. As the contractions got stronger his heart beat started to drop. Stan and I were worried that Tyson was not going to make it through much more, so we were luck that Tyson came out after 2 pushes and a short labor.
Tyson was 7 lbs. 5 oz. 20 inches long. He was postierier so I was lucky that I did not have to push more than I did. Tyson is a great baby. He loves his binki and sleeps very well at night. He does not have an ear pearcing cry like Emma did. Nor does he have colic.