30, Pregnant and Diagnosed with Breast Cancer

Welcome to the Oesch Family Blog. This blog will allow you to follow along as our family grows, we tackle my breast cancer and live life to its fullest.



Saturday, July 30, 2011

"Poopy Pants"

Apparently "poopy pants" is a funny phrase! This is the most giggling she has done at one sitting. It is the best stress reliever ever!
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Just Babbling Away!

Emma-
You love your jumperoo. Too bad your legs aren't just a bit longer.
We love you-
Mommy and Daddy
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The Next Mozart

The iPad is an amazing educational tool for Emma. She can be entertained for many minutes on the Baby Piano
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Meeting Dee Dee and Papa

When I was little my mom would say to me, "Say Grandma." And I would say, "Dee Dee." Ever since then I have called my grandparents Dee Dee and Papa. They are very special to me and we are very close. They live in Kansas City and with Emma being premature and born in the winter we had planned to introduce them to Emma on Mother's Day. However Dee Dee came down with shingles so therefore we planned a trip back to KC at the end of July.

It was so much fun to see them light up when she came into the room. They held her, played with her, watched her eat and sleep. The two days went by way too fast but we will be back again soon!














Emma's Professional 6 month Photos

Kelly came over a couple of weeks ago to capture Emma's ever growing personality and document our family as she turned 6 months old. Thanks, Kelly!





























Emma Turns 6 Months Old!

I can't believe that is has been over 6 months since Emma entered our lives and made us a family of three. She has developed quite the personality. It is so much fun to watch her develop and change each and every day.

  • Her hands are the coolest thing on the planet right now.
  • She is a very happy baby and seeing her smile throughout the day can change my mood at the drop of a hat.
  • She has started to laugh.
  • She puts everything in her mouth.
  • She has begun to reach for things and bring them to her body.
  • She is always on her tummy.
  • She loves looking at herself in the mirror.
  • She loves to read books, play with blocks and can't be separated from her binky for too long.
  • Emma is constantly babbling and expressing her feelings with her voice, eyebrows and mouth.
  • She is always moving, playing, rolling over.