I decided to start blogging about Jordan from the moment I found out I was pregnant. Jordan was born with a little arm that didn't grow like most babies. Her left arm stopped just above the elbow. Now I'm committed to making sure Jordan gets everything out of life. We feel blessed to be the parents of a very special little girl.


All kinds of family and friend time

We're enjoying our time with family and friends here in the Dallas area. Jordan is such a big, happy girl.... Even though we finally have more teeth arriving!! That's right, her eye teeth are coming in. That will leave just the bottom four to take their time in arriving.

So the teeth are keeping Jordan from eating a lot -- She just doesn't seem very hungry. But she is a ton of fun to watch run around, play with my aunt and uncle's dog Murphy. She even got to meet an old college friend who I haven't seen since 1996. That makes me feel old. When you say "old college friend" and the distance since college is past ten years. That is old.

Anyway, Jordan is having fun and doing what I wanted her to do: Offer smiles to my family who deserves all of them!

A big fun moment during this trip was when we went to a store where you can enjoy tea... AND love dolls. They sell awesome dolls and even have a nursery! We loved looking at the many, many dolls that I KNOW she'd love to play with if I had hundreds and hundreds of dollars to spare. Either way, she had a blast. I also got to go to IKEA today with her where I found a very special doll bed that was totally affordable. I can't wait for the holidays and her birthday.

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