It has been 4 years since our last newsletter. As you may recall, we were just preparing for the birth of our first son at the time. Logan was born right on schedule, March 25th, 2010, and our lives have never been the same since. Logan has blessed us in more ways than we could have imagined. He was a very happy and easy going baby who started walking at 9 months of age. He is now almost 4 years old and just started attending preschool this summer. He really seems to enjoy school and showing off all he learns.
Logan turned 3 months yesterday, wow has it been a fast three months. Jen has been making a baby photo book for him, and it's incredible how much he has changed in just 3 months. He's very interactive and vocal now. He flirts with the baby in the mirror, and he hits and grabs at the toys hanging from his "gym," and to commemorate his three month birthday decided to learn how to roll over.
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If you've been keeping up with the photo galleries, there's four so far.
Well, we're at the end of yet another year. As our parents always told us, time speeds up as you get older. I still think things that happened three years ago happened only a few months ago. It's been a while, since we have sent out an official newsletter/update, so it's about time. (This newsletter will only cover 2009, but I'll go back and retroactively add in some past newsletters later.)
God has continued to bless us this past year with our continued health, steady jobs, good friends, our loyal doggy...and we're having a baby!!!!! Jen is seven months pregnant with our firstborn who we're told will be a boy. His tentative name is Logan Matthew Heyman. Jen's due date is March 24. We have a wishlist/registry available if you would like to contribute to the welfare of a minor.
Jen and I just got back from a cruise to Alaska. We took the Pearl from Norwegian Cruise Lines from Seattle to Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay, Ketchikan, and Victoria. We had incredibly good weather--not a cloud in the sky the whole trip and temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
We hope you've all had a very Merry Christmas and are off to a wonderful New Year. It has been a while since many of you have heard from us, so to bring you up to date... Jen and I moved to West Palm Beach in the fall of 2003 after celebrating our first year of marriage.