So today was one of those days that I wish I did not have to deal with kids and bodily fluids. So lately Brianna has been obsessed with sticking her hands into her diapers all the time, well lately she has even been sticking her hands down her diaper right after she poops. So today me and Greg went to the gym and put the kids into the childcare, well when I went to pick up Brianna I looked down at her out reached hands to find they had poop all over them, so I went to pick her up and found poop all over her pants. I was dying and it smelled so bad. I ran out quickly to the bathroom where I proceeded to strip her down and change her, so she got to walk out with no pants on because of course I had no extra clothes. So I thought that was enough for the day, well tonight at dinner we were trying to get Sean to eat some vegetable pizza but he was refusing. We thought we gave him a piece that had no onions(for some reason he hates onions and peppers), so Greg was going to give him a bite and he said he saw the little bit of onion but thought he'd been fine, and the next second Sean is gagging up his food and then the next minute he is pucking all over his pajamas and table. So now I know to never give onions to Sean and I'm going to buy oneies for Brianna so she has no access to the diaper. The joys of being parents.
Me and Greg have been married five years in October and lived in Huntington Beach now for seven years. Two years ago we welcomed Sean Patrick Mcclellan to our family. He means the world to us. This year we had a new addition come to our family this May, Brianna Nicole was born May 22 2008 weighting 6lbs 7oz and cute as a button. Sean is loving being a big brother and always trying to help. Greg is working as a firefighter/Paramedic and I am working as an ER nurse in a local hospital around the corner, we both really enjoy our jobs. I get the benefit of only working twice a week. This year we have been busy watching Sean get into everything, but its so much fun. In March 2011 we had baby Kaylee born into our wonderful family. She was 1 lb 12oz, a peanut and stayed a few months in NICU but came home doing really well and healthy.