Wednesday, November 22, 2006

2 Weeks Home & Doing Great!!!!!


I'm having so much fun in my new high chair!!! I can sit for 45 minutes playing with my toys 2 times a day. Mom & Dad say this is good exercise for keeping my head up, but I just think it's fun to play!!!


I especially like to sit in the kitchen and watch Mama cook.....I even watched Daddy make breakfast one morning when Mama was at the doctor checking up on my new brother or sister....It was funny to watch Daddy put all kinds of veggies in the Vita Mix and try to make an omlette...He says it's really good for him, but I could tell by the look on his face when he ate it that he likes Mama's omlettes better!!!! Hee Hee....


I seriously do not know why Mama thinks it's fun to take these kinds of pictures.....I wasn't sure about wearing Daddy's hat......especially after he had just worn it pheasant hunting......Hey Dad...What's that smell anyway????


Ok, all better now...Mama just gave me all kinds of kisses and I was smiling ear to ear, but I'm really sneaky when the camera comes out.....I stop smiling!!!!!!!!! Anyway, Mama loves this picture and says if you look at my beautiful eyes too long you just might fall in......She says I have eyes as blue and big as the ocean!!! Ok, I guess I am pretty cute.....Keep looking and if you happen to fall in, don't worry, I'll save you!!!!!


Ok, I'm pooped now.....it's time for me to go night night......I have to get lots of sleep because tomorrow is my very first Thanksgiving!!! Mama and I are going to hang out and lay low at home so I don't get sick. Mama promised me she would cook turkey, mashed potatos and gravy and of course, green bean casserole!!! I hope she lets me taste some of it!!! Oh c'mon, who are we kidding....Mama will give me anything if I ask for it.....I think I might have her right where I want her.....Hee Hee!!!!


Thanks for all your prayers....I'm going for my record of being home longer than 3 weeks at a time. I've got another week to go, and I'm doing great.......No more hospitals for me....only visits to my favorite ICU nurses and doctors!!!

Lovebug Hugs & Thanksgiving Kisses,
Little Bug

PS ~ Daddy I miss you sooooooooooooooooooooo much!!!! Mama talks about you all the time but she doesn't nibble on my knee caps like you do. Please come home soon, my knee caps miss you and I miss hanging out with you too!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Thanksgiving Daddy! I am thankful you are my daddy!!!!!

14 comments:

Lorrie Walker said...

Oh my!! I feel so honored to be the 1st to comment on this very important milestone. I was SO thrilled to find your ADORABLE pix and happy note on the blog just now.I've been looking every day & just intuitivley knowing that "no news really was good news!"---And, of course, continuing to pray for your whole family.I just got back from a special Thanksgiving service at church where I was SO blest to hold a precious baby I didn't even know (about 4 mos.I think) during the whole service so mom & dad could relax a bit and worship more intensely.Little Bug, maybe some day I can hold you too if you ever bring mom & dad to So. Calif.to see the Collins family.I'm SO sorry that Daddy has to be gone right now, but praise God that you are there at home to keep mom company. Prayerful love, Lorrie Walker

Emery six said...

Great news! Happy Thanksgiving Robertson family. We have so much to be thankful for don't we? I loved the latest pictures of LittleBug. Rejoicing with you that Bug is doing so well!!

Love from, The Emerys

Sheila and Skylar said...

Connor you look WONDERFUL!!!! Im so happy that your feeling better and that your getting stronger!!! Way to go little bug... although your not so little anymore. Happy Thanksgiving Big Bug Hugs Shiela and Skylar

Aunt Kathy said...

Happy 1st Thanksgiving, Connor. I love all your adorable pictures. Like I've said all along you are the cutest littlebug in the whole world. I am so glad that you have your mama and daddy right where you want them. You have the best mama and daddy, but I know you already know that too. Lori, I will come for a visit soon. I need a Connor fix (you know what I mean). Lori, it was great talking with you on the phone. I sure wish Randy was home today to help celebrate the many BLESSINGS that you both have to be Thankful for.But just remember you can all have a grand Thankgiving and feast he gets daddy comes home.We should have thanksgiving in our hearts at all times, not just today on November 23rd. Uncle Loren and Aunt Kathy send lot of Love to you this Thanksgiving from Cleveland Ohio. Have a wonderful thankful day. Love and Hugs.
Give Connor a big smooch from his Auntie.

Tammee, Michael's Mom said...

Conner looks great! I wanted to wish your family a very Happy Thanksgiving! There are so many things we are thankful for this Thanksgiving and one of them is meeting you, Randy and Conner. You have touched our lives in so many ways.
God bless you!
Love, Tammee, Howard, Austin and Angel Michael

Anonymous said...

Lori & Conner ~

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!
What great pictures! I am so amazed at the miracles that God has brought you through. I just can't wait to hold you and love on you Conner! This has been like a forever Christmas Present that I can't wait to open, but all in good timing! You've got a great and very wise mommy to keep you all protected in your home until you are strong enough to bless the rest of the world with your presence. I hope you realize what an unselfish act it is, because I am just sure she is bursting to get to share your preciousness with the rest of the world! Until then, we will continue to pray and send you long-distance lovebug hugs and kisses.

Randy ~

Thank you again, so much for the service you provide our country. Just know that we don't take it for granted, you are in our thoughts and prayers!

Love,
Andrea

Auntie Maureen said...

Happy Thanksgiving Connor, Lori, Randy, and babyboo and Abbey too!! We are so thankful to have you in our lives. What a blessing you all are. See you soon!!
Love, Auntie Maureen, Uncle Larry and boys

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to the Robertson family! I am so thankful that hanging out at home is your new normal! May you beat your weeks home record many times over.
Happy Thanksgiving from Georgia,
Leslie

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving Lori and Randy: I hope Randy got home for the day. Thank you so much for writing and telling us how things are going! I look at the blog several times a day and always pray that things are going well and you are just very busy which I know you are! The ladies in my prayer group and I pray for you many many times a day! Love you and God Bless you! Shirley

Susie - Maggie's Mom said...

Randy, Lori and Connor, Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. I'm so glad that Connor is feeling better and that you have been hospital free for 2 weeks now. That is a huge blessing. I am thankful that our paths crossed at Children's - you are an inspiration to me. Thank You. Keep strong little bug - you will have visitors soon enough but your health is most important right now. We are also keeping Maggie protected from visitors - you just can't risk them getting sick. Happy Happy Thanksgiving.
Randy, thank you for your service to our country!!
Your Friends, Susie & Geoff DeVries.

Shannon and Carey said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Connor, you look great! Blessings to all! Thank you for serving our country Randy!
Shannon and Carey Best, Austin

Anonymous said...

Lori
Things sound great! It is so refreshing to see you be able to live a normal life with your little guy. Sorry you had to spend thanksgiving alone but I am sure you did not mind as long as you were not at childrens with a sick son. God is so good and I know you are SOOOO thankful this thanksgiving season. Have a great weekend
Love
Tammy

Princess Morgan said...

Way to go Connor! You look great! Hey, my Mommy & Daddy have had their Vita mix for 10 years & they love it. Mommy makes all my baby fod in it. Yum! What a smart Daddy you have!

Anonymous said...

Dear Lori,

Nate and I were reminiscing this weekend on our first "married" Thanksgiving. . .at the 27th St. duplex in Eugene. You made your Jello ribbon salad(so impressive!), and I attempted the green bean casserole (still eating that, I see). We were all so proud of ourselves, and feeling VERY grown-up. Life has a way of moving along, doesn't it? We hope to re-connect and meet your family one of these days when life slows down for you. We pray for you often.

Love to you all THIS Thanksgiving,

Nate and Jennie Poetzl