When the kids came back from visiting Kaitlyn’s birthmom, they weren’t ready to come inside.
We’ve reached another milestone in the TAT household.
This little man started preschool.
This is my daughter on her first day of Kindergarten, holding her handwritten name.
I plan to take a similar photo with Kaitlyn every year on the first day of school (hey Pinterest! Thanks for the inspiration!).
I told her to write her name really big. She took me seriously.
The editorial board at TAT has just been informed that it is now 2014. In order to make up for the lack of posts in 2013, we humbly present a year in review of the TAT family.
First and biggest news event of the year was Levi’s discharge from the NICU exactly two months after his birth.
Note to readers: This photo preceded an agonizing night of me obsessively checking to make sure Levi was still breathing. It’s probably a good thing we don’t have a picture of the day after discharge..
When Levi was born, he had some markers that suggested a genetic disorder. A blood sample was sent to Seattle for testing to indicate if Levi had any missing or extra chromosomes.