I don't know what went on with my computer on the last post, but I'll try again.
HELLO EVERYONE!!!! My posts are getting further and further apart, but I want everyone to know that we are still thinking about ya'll. Parker's last doctor's visit was way beyond expectations. He is now over 10 lbs., eating cereal, took all 3 shots plus a heel stick without shedding a tear. He is sleeping through the night, I would prefer that he wake up and get at least one good bottle at 11 or 2, but the wife really likes it. His growth chart looks like a ladder going straight up to a window. His doctor said that by his next visit, in Oct., he will be on the normal childs growth chart!!!![:D] He's a very happy baby, loves to watch Braves games with his dad, enjoys his baths, and won't stop smiling when his mom feeds him cereal. His eyes are still a gorgeous blue and what little hair he has is very blonde. I've added some newer pic's to his photo gallery on his web page.
We are so happy that things are looking good for Julie!!![:D] I know that things are going to be fine because the little one is due in the greatest month there is. I can only think of one other sign that would make things perfect, Feb. 20. You take care of yourself and the little one!!! Thanks to Amy and Emm for checking out Parker's page and signing his guestbook. Thanks to all that have!!!! It gives me goose bumps when people ask me who all of you are. I will try to do better with my postings. It has been really rough with the shift transistion, military duty, and keeping the place up. I went to Atlanta this weekend and loaded up hurricane relief supplies for the victims in Florida. I was up for 30+ hours and got blistered to boot. I leave for San Antonio on the 29th, have a 2 week TDY the end of Oct. then go to Kuwait/Quatar/or Iraq in Dec. or Jan. I wish everyone the best. I know that without all of the prayers that were said for Parker, things could be very different right now. More news to come.
Rob, father of Parker, 30 weeks, 1 lb. 14 oz.