Thursday, October 8, 2009

He's here!!!!!!!!!!!

We decided to ask the three older boys if they wanted to be there for the birth of the baby. After much thought they decided to be there(probably to miss a day of school). The only down fall of having the boys there was that they were in charge of taking pictures! So we don't have a great selection. The boys ended up loving being there and said it was a great experience. They did complain that it took too long- the whole 31/2 hours!
Everyone in the room had a job to do. Mine was the most important.
We felt so lucky to have daddy be our Doctor.
This was moments before he was born. He was born at 12:35- check out the clock on the wall.
When dad asked who wanted to cut the cord- Landon stepped up. I really wish I had a picture of it...
Matthew was the videographer and did a great job.
(Joseph was the photographer, thats why there are no pictures of him with the baby)
Grandma G. Weibell watched Alec and Noah that morning. They were so excited to meet their new baby brother!
Dang, that's a lot of boys!
The boys and grandma made the baby his very first birthday cake and brought it to the hospital.

It's number six, it's another boy and it never gets old. I am so amazed that it always feels like such a miracle!

Deja vu

We are so happy to have our new addition to our family. Milo Dean Weibell 6 lbs. 15 oz. 191/2 inches. Born September 24th at 12:35.

Five Boys, One on the way!

I've never wanted pregnant pictures of me, but I figured by number six I should document what has been the biggest part of my life for the last 15 years. These are some maternity/motherhood pictures (thats why Nick is not in them, we sure love our daddy).

We have a fun time out in the weeds with the bugs and the ants! The boys were troopers. They don't really like having there picture taken, even though they pose like little models. Thank you Aunt Trista for taking these beautiful pictures we couldn't have done it without you (you know how much they mean to me).

Trista Weibell (

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Family Pictures 2009

Family pictures
Who wouldn't want to be surrounded by a bunch of cute boys!

We were lucky enough to have everyone here for the holidays. Ma insisted on a family picture, aren't we glad she did. It was basically painless (besides the chilly weather and the stomach flu) the picture turned out great!

This picture was part of my Christmas present from Sara. She is so awesome! Joseph 14, Landon 12, Matthew 10, Alec 7, and Noah 4.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

The only thing better than a friend is a sister that is a friend.

This is a shout out to my sis- Sara!!! She sat with me for hours doing this blog because I am so computer lame!!!! Thanks so much Fabiola!!!!!

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Summer to Remember

13 years in the making!

It is finally here! Nick finished his OB-GYN Residency in Fresno. This was the night of his graduation ceremony at the Country Club. The next night, there was a really nice graduation dinner. Mark, Ginger, Dane and Holly Weibell, Richard and Linda Radmacher were there to celebrate with us but sad to say those pictures have temporarily gone missing. Thank you for your love and support.

The Graduating Residents.
We are so proud of our daddy!!!

After Graduation things got busy... we started off with a trip to the beach and headed to Utah.
Hiking in Utah with the cousins (Alec, Tucker-cousin, Landon and Matthew)

Our Trip to Nauvoo

On the steps of the Nauvoo Temple.

Our first stop was Martin's Cove- Lyman, WY.

We all pulled handcarts over a MEGA long trail (that nobody told me about). It sufficiently cured all the wiggles out of the boys for the next leg of the journey. Our Nauvoo caravan consistied of Mark, Ginger and Dane Weibell, Christian, Trista, Taylor, Tucker and Daivd Weibell.

With all these boys we had to stop at Fort Cody- NE. to buy lots of guns, arrows, knives, etc.

Our first day in Nauvoo. Getting signed up and feeling a little nervous.

Dripping sweat but lookin' good in our pioneer get up.

Me and Ginger (it took us 2 hours to do this hair doo the first week and only 2 min the 2nd week).

Nick and Dane

Noah and Alec with Parley P. Pratt

Our boys with Hyrum and Joseph Smith. They were so inspirational to us both on and off the stage. They really made a big impression on the boys.

Mark and Ginger on a carriage ride through old Nauvoo.

Boys and cousins in front of the Mississippi River.

On our trip home we made a few other stops.
To sum up our Nauvoo experience it was a little tiring, a little hot/sweaty, a little out of our comfort zone but it was a LOT of fun, family bonding, testimony building experiences!

Our Trip to Hawaii