My favorite picture of Noah!!!
This is Noahs way of saying..."Call Me!!!!"
Proud Poppi upon arriving at 2:30 am Friday morning!
Already Poppi knows how to put Noah to sleep
Lolli doesn't do such a bad job of it either:)
Lolli, Poppi & Noah enjoy some hang out time
Aren't I cute?!?!?!
Noah is trying out his new slippers:)
What a great Christmas this has been! We have so been enjoying our new little present and have had fun watching Lolli & Poppi with Noah too! The only problem is that it is going by to quickly!
From our family to yours...we hope your Christmas has been filled with love, joy, peace and a deeper understanding of what Christ went through to bring us eternal life. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Monday, December 25, 2006
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 2:18 PM
Thursday, December 21, 2006
It has been so nice to have Patty here to help me get things done around the house, and be here to hang out with. I still get really tired whenever I do anything, so it was nice to have her here so that after our trip to the doctors office and a short trip to my old work, she could spend some quality time with Noah while I took a nap!:)
We are preparing for more visitors as Aaron's dad and grandma make their way out here. The weather in Colorado is so snowy though, that they haven't had a chance to leave the Springs yet. They were supposed to leave yesterday morning but because the snow came so quickly and in such big quantities, they never made it out of town. If there was ever a time for vehicles to fly, I'm sure Kerry is wishing it was now:) He was ready to be here as soon as Noah arrived, so to be a couple of days later than he had planned has probably been hard for him. But as we are learning in all things, God's timing is better than ours, so there is a reason he hasn't been able to leave yet.
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 1:10 PM
Monday, December 18, 2006
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 6:16 PM
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Well, the week on our own has begun and it has been relatively uneventful. Noah has had some trouble feeding, but other than that, things are going good. Aaron had a hard time going back to work and leaving Noah. He got to used to being home:) My parents left early Monday morning and Aaron's mom arrives on Tuesday, the 19th. We are looking forward to having her here and introducing her to her first grandson!!:) It will also be nice to have the extra pair of hands around the house. Who knew life would get so crazy with such a small person. But Aaron and I are learning to role with the punches and enjoy what God has blessed us with. I am also so very thankful for the hands-on, helpful husband God has blessed me with. There are times I'm not so sure about this whole parenting thing, but I am so thankful that Aaron is always so positive and ready to help me work through things. Aaron's aunt and uncle are coming down this weekend, and we are looking foward to having them here. Sorry the pictures are coming as frequently, but as those who have children know, time seems to slip away so easily! A little father/son bonding tummy time Hanging out with mommy while she works on the blog His karate chop Don't you just love those big eyes!!
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 5:44 PM
Monday, December 11, 2006
The proud Grandparents (Nani and Papa)Mom, Dad and Son enjoying a little family time! Our little Christmas Jail Bird! The Langness Family
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 9:35 PM
Thursday, December 07, 2006
What a day! For starters Jim and Karen (Emy's Parents) got to the hospital this morning at 2:30am this morning after driving for more than 20 hours from Colorado Springs, CO. Normally visiting hours are from 8:00am to 8:00pm but I was able to work some of my magic and get them in the doors after hours. Actually, the staff was more than accomodating. All of our nurses, doctors and pediatricians have been wonderful and very helpful! A couple nurses even commented how great it was to see such a happy couple enjoying their new baby and wanting to spend so much time with him. We only let him go to the nursery while we were sleeping and we still had him brought in to nurse. Emy, Noah and I were able to leave the hospital today at about noon today. We thought we would have a couple of extra hands to pack the car from the hospital but some individuals, who shall remain nameless, couldn't quite seem to drag themselves out of bed. They said they didn't hear the phone ring (likely excuse) so they ended up calling us at 11:45 this morning. I suppose since they drove for 20 hours straight, we will forgive them but just this once. So Our Family loaded up our Xterra and headed home. It was pretty neat, the weather remind us alot of a Colorado Winter day. It was sun shining with patches of bright blue sky as we let the hospital and then gently blowing slow as we arrived at our home (to the welcome sight of those nameless individuals). Since then we have been settling back to Our house as a family of 3 instead of 2! Here a couple more pics I that I wanted to share. Until next time......... Love to All!
And time to pack it up and go home!
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 6:25 PM
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Due to popular demand, I wanted to post another pic of Noah (Many more pics to come when I have access to speeds higher than a 56K modem!). Both Emy and Noah are doing great and hopefully, we get to take him home tomorrow! Love to everyone!
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 2:54 PM
Tuesday, December 05, 2006
I would to introduce the newest member to our family. Noah James Kalikiano Langness was born on December 4, 2006 at 2:52 pm. He weighs 8 lbs, 12 oz and is 21 in. long! Both Emy and Noah are doing great. We want to say thank you to all our friends and family for all their prayers, thoughts and support over the last 9 months and we can't wait to see what God has in store for Our Family. Noah is truely a miracle and a gift from our Father above and to Him we say thanks! We have a few pics to share with everyone so please join with us in Welcoming Noah into Our Family! Love Always, Aaron, Emy and Noah
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 11:25 AM
Friday, December 01, 2006
The waiting game…Today was officially my last day of work! It was really bittersweet since I had finally found a great group of people to work with, but its nice to know I’ll be able to come back every now and then. Things at home have slowed down as we have finally finished all of the projects we had on the to-do list before baby arrives. So now, we are enjoying some quiet evenings and just relaxing together. And of course, taking long walks, hoping that helps speed the process along:) Hopefully within the next couple of days (okay, wishful thinking) we’ll have some exciting news to post. I don’t think it has still fully hit me what is really happening. I mean, I know there is a baby in there, but to know that Aaron and I will be fully responsible and this won’t be just another weekend of babysitting for someone else child. THERE’S NO GOING BACK!!!!!!!:)
Posted by Aaron and Emily at 2:48 PM