Thursday, March 19, 2009

August 17, 2006

Berkley's first bath. She loved it, although I'm not sure what that face is trying to say.
All done & wrapped up tight in what looks like one of my hand towells.

August 16, 2006

Baby Days! Berkley was a pretty good baby. She did love to be held & it's a good thing she had 3 other Moms at home.
Berkley had 2 other cousins born within 3 days of her. Aspen, Berkley, Ellie.

August 6, 2006

Berkley was blessed today. Her blessing dress was made by Grandma Connie & by Great Grandma Weber. Berkley was blessed by her Dad in the Marsing 2nd Ward Building.
Grandma came over and helped Berkley get ready for this wonderful day.

These are pictures taken in Sept. with Great Grandma Weber and Berkley in her blessing dress. Grandma Weber was born on Sept. 18th 1912. This was at Grandma Weber's Birthday Party. So that makes her 94 years old when she did all the crocheting on Berkley's dress.

Grandma Connie, Berkley & Great Grandma Weber

Great Grandma Weber, Grandma Connie, Me & Berkley

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

July 20, 2006

Lazy baby days!
Berkley & Ellie.

July 2006

Daddy's girl! Just getting home from the hospital.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

June 26, 2006

Berkley Kay Royce was born in Boise Idaho at St. Lukes Hospital (downtown) on June 26th 2006. I remember feeling contractions pretty good that evening and as we were trying to get to the Hospital they got really strong. We waited in the triage for them to make sure I was in labor. As soon as I was checked in & wanted the epideral, I was in pain. As soon as I got the epideral I felt the need to push. The nurse checked me & I was at a 10. I quess I didn't need the epideral. But we sure paid for it. I pushed 2 times & she was here. She weighed 8lbs. 6oz. She was 21 1/2 in. long. She reminded me of Brik.

Shane holding Berkley for the first time.

Me holding Berkley while Grandma Connie looks on.

Grandma Dawn holding Berkley.
Mackenzie, Bailey, Oakley, & Brik holding Berkley.

Grandma Winnie Weber holding Berkley.
Berkley & me getting pushed out of the hospital to go home with Brik.