Tuesday, December 22, 2009


Well as father of three beautiful girls i have decided to build a tank for my children. Yes you read correctly a TANK!!! Luckily a family (the McQueens) have an old powerwheels that they are 'done' with and they donated it to the cause so i have motors, an axle, a battery and half the electronics for the machine. i will keep the blog updated of progress. i hope to be finished ASAP or at least before the semester break ends. here is a picture of the dismantled powerwheels, kind of ironic that i am tearing apart a barbie jeep to build a tank for three girls. oh well they have a lot of pink stuff already and the could use some masculine stuff.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Stop!!!! It's danny time.

Well you don't hear from me often, and i am sorry i have no supercute pictures, videos, or even a drawing. just wanted to update the blog. (i am sick and tired of material science and need a break, plus it needs to be done.) well, lilly is doing great her last dr. visit she had gained a pound and a half up to 7lb 12oz. she sleeps pretty well for a newborn sometimes up to 5 hours at night. Jen is the best mom that has ever existed. not only is she a great mom she is the best wife anyone could ask for. while i am spending 10-12 hours a day on campus, she is taking care of three kids(a six yr old, 3 yr old, and a three week old) and she still manages to look like a million bucks when i get home to a hot dinner. hands down she would kill even june cleaver in a mom/wife off competition. kadee is doing reall well in the first grade and loves it. Jen helps her with her homework everyday after school. kambrie has started preschool (tuesdays and thursdays 9:30-12) and loves that she gets to go to school too. we are not sure if she likes school more or the fact that she gets to eat lunch there, which is amazing to us becasue she is still struggling with the eating thing at home. so is short we are doing really well. love my wife, love my kids, and hey i even started spelling my name correctly which is always a plus.
lets all be nice and then we get treats.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009


Miss Lillian Rose Aguirre was born on Sept 12, 2009 at 7:14 PM. She weighed in at 6lbs 4 oz. She is a tiny little thing and absolutely PERFECT! She has auburn hair and TONS of it. She has the longest fingers with totally manicured long nails, and the biggest feet and longest toes I have EVER seen on such a little thing. Definitely got that from her mom. She came out with a pouty bottom lip, just like Kambrie. She was so worth all of the puking, crying, sleepless nights, peeing, complaining, contractions, worry and uncomfortableness. I am totally in love with her. I feel so incredibly blessed.

On Friday the 11, we went to the dr for the second time in two days because he wanted to monitor my high blood pressure. When we got there on Friday morning, it was even higher than Wednesday and there was also protein in my urine, another sign of pre eclampsia. I had been having major vision issues since Saturday and frankly I was starting to get a little worried. When I heard the words of "bed rest" come out of the mouth of my OB... I burst into tears. Good heck, I was 38 weeks pregnant.. had been sent to the hospital I don't know how many times, and I was just ready to get this show on the road and get on with our lives. After telling him, I had two other children to take care of and it wasn't going to happen, and bawling my eyes out... he decided to call the high risk ob and get her opinion on the situation. She said, if she has protein, high blood pressure, vision issues, and is 38 weeks pregnant tomorrow, just get this over for her. INDUCE THAT WOMAN!!!
I was so grateful. Danny and I left for home to get all of our bags and drop Kam off to Nana. When we got to the hospital and checked in the nurse said to me, "You are here to be monitored for blood pressure and possibly be admitted correct?" I just looked at her and said, "I am NOT leaving, just so ya know." They all started laughing, but I was DEAD serious. Anyhow, they put us in our own room, which was good sign #1. We got all settled and they started to monitor me. Around 2:30, my bp reading was about 142/90 and then the next one it dropped to 99/55. Then the room started to spin and I knew I was about to loose what I had eaten for dinner the night before. Then... lights out. The next thing I knew, I was surrounded by nurses and being poked and prodded. They told me I just sealed the deal... I was not leaving without a baby.
That night at 10 pm they started cervadil and I started having contractions about 2 am. At 8 am they started pitocin. At noon I was in tears with pain. I asked for my epidural and he was in a c section so I had to wait almost an hour and a half... don't wait til you are at that point to ask for one... When I finally got it, man I was LOVING life. My dr broke my water and I progressed from a 2 to 7 by 4pm and to complete by 7 pm. We got my dr there and I was able to get ready to have her. I was so scared about the pushing part, having never done it before. On the first contraction all I remember was pushing with everything I had in me. The dr looked up and said, if you want any one else in here... they better come. This baby will be born on the next contraction... I WAS FLOORED!!!
All my family came in, which actually ended up being an awesome experience, and on contraction #2 Lilly was here. Three pushes... I couldn't believe it. It was so surreal and amazing.
I am so proud to be the wife of the most amazing man. He could not have been more supportive and more of a rock to me through all of this. He is the perfect person not only for me, but for the father of our 3 beautiful kids.
I am the most blessed woman and mother there is.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Kadee Lou is in the 1st grade!

Tuesday night we had back to school night. When we got our packet and headed towards Kadee's classroom I started to think, man, I can not believe she will be in school all day long. Is she really old enough for that?!? Well, it really hit when we walked into her classroom and met her teacher, Mrs. Loveless, and she showed Kadee where her desk would be. It is on the front row on the very end... and she even had a name tag on her desk. At that point, honestly, I was choking back the tears. It just seems unreal. Anyhow, today was the big day... last night she was so excited, she got back out of bed 3 times to ask me something about in the morning before school. It was so cute. This morning we had set our alarm at 7:20 to get her up and she was down to get us at 6:40... bed already made and all. She had that backpack on and ready to walk out the door at 8:15... we can't be there until 8:40. :) It was pretty cute. We all went to the school to drop her off and I stayed in the car with Kam while Danny walked her inside the fence. She just looked so big, yet too small, walking away towards the school for the WHOLE day! Danny got back in the car and was pretty quiet for a second. "do you think she will be ok? How sad. I just hope she has a good first day." It was so cute. I think it hit him pretty hard that his little girl is growing up. He missed all of that last year with being at work, so it was a whole new experience for him to drive away and leave her there. She came home today EXHAUSTED!!! She loved her first day, and her teacher and she even made a new best friend, although she can't remember her name... but she has stitches in her head. She thought the best part of the day was the lunch room... although I think she mostly visited cause she came back home with half of her lunch still in her lunch box... she was starving though, definitely got eaten when she walked through the door. I think that we won't have any problems crashing tonight and sleeping until she is woken up tomorrow morning by us. Congrats Kadee! We are so proud of you!

Weekly appt for baby Lillian

So, I went to the DR on Wednesday morning for my weekly appt. He said that the baby is looking good although my belly is measuring a week behind, still at 35 weeks. Which is where it has been for the last almost 2 weeks... humm... I have gained 2 lbs though so I know she is growing. He also checked me, now that we know the placenta has moved that is ok to do, and he said that despite being up all night Tuesday contracting every 7 minutes, there is no dialation. My cervix has started to soften though. Anyhow, he said that really she can come at anytime. I was still contracting while I was there and he told me that when they get to 5 minutes, to take myself to L and D! HELLO!!! I am going to do EVERYTHING in the book to get this business going! If I wasn't contracting so regularly I would not be so anxious but honestly, I can NOT do this for almost 4 weeks still. Last night and today has been much of the same. Contracting and timing... not turning into anything too much though. If anyone has any good tricks... LET ME KNOW!!

Kadee turned 6!

August 20th was Kadee Lou's 6th birthday. We had so much fun! We planned a party at the bowery at the church. We had a big blow up.. jumpy thingy.. with a water slide. We also made a big slip and slide and had a little pool for the tiny tots. Danny's mom and dad have a cotton candy machine and we did the candy cannon as well. Needless to say, we wore the kids out and got them high on sugar. Pretty sure everyone must have had a major crash when they got home.. I know our girls did! Thanks to Danny and all the set up... not to mention covered HEAD TO TOE in cotton candy everyone had a blast! Happy birthday sister sue! We Love YOU!

Somehow amid all the excitement I forgot to take the camera to the party... when I get the pics from Stacey I will post them. You have gotta see Danny covered in pink fluff!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Lillian Update...

So, yesterday we went to the doctor for another appointment. The last few days this baby girl has definitely done the BIG drop! She is laying about 3 1/2 to 4 inches lower than she was before. I am LOVING the fact that I can finally breathe again, but I have traded that luxury for some SERIOUS lower back pain. All day on Tuesday, I was having contractions. In the morning in lasted about an hour and a half and continued off and on all day. The worst part of it was that I was not only feeling it in my belly, but the worst was in my lower back! YIKES! Since I was working all day, sure that didn't help the situation a ton. Then, yesterday morning, when I got up to get ready to go to the doctor, I had some blood going on... so all things combined, I was a little nervous. When we got to the dr. he was shocked at how far she had dropped so fast. Also, he checked my cervix to make sure that was not where the blood had come from... which it wasn't, so good news there. He set up my ultrasound for today. When we went I was a little nervous and anxious to see what we would find out. We found out that Lilly weighs about 5lbs 5 oz.. which is about 60% of the average for this point. Some things she measured ahead of schedule... so I guess we will see what the dr has to say about that. I also was worried that she was still a girl, for the fact that her room looks like it has been hosed down in Peptobismal. From the pic up top, you can tell... FOR SURE A GIRL!!! She has the right parts! They also saw that her head was so far down, they couldn't see anything... they did a vag ultrasound to check the placenta, which her head was laying on my cervix, much to the techs surprise. She looked at the placenta by blood flow and said, it would be the dr's call... Still close, but not sure how close. Little Lilly has grown a ton. I can NOT believe how much bigger she is. She is DEFINITELY out of room in there. We did get a great look at her little face and she looks like she has chubby cheeks and Grandma Gwen and Aunt Stacey's chin. She is a cute little fart. Anyhow, I go to the doctor around the 25 again, and if the placenta hasn't moved enough, will be scheduling the C section for that next week! CRAZY!!! I can not believe it is here so soon... Let's just hope that all of these contractions and her dropping so low onto my cervix doesn't send me into labor before hand!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Yeah for new!

So, this has to be one of the best days ever! My husband bought me a new washer and dryer and I LOVE them! When we got married, we took an old washer from Danny's parents basement and he bought a used, commercial, dryer on KSL. Well, honestly they did the job... but, at an expense. The washer worked pretty well, but it sounded like a jet engine was taking off in the basement when it went into spin cycle. The dryer, well it SUCKED!! All it did was heat the clothes up to the max and toss them around. When it was done, the buzz was deafening and lasted about 1 minute. When you would take the clothes out of the dryer, you would get burned by the buttons or snaps on anything you touched... and they smelled just plain HOT! Can I tell you that I am pleased as punch with the new ones. The washer wonderful.. and I have already done 4 loads today. It has a glass lid and Danny and I have been entranced today watching it wash without the agitator. It is all digital... so now I am like, oh they have 15 more minutes... and I can come back down. The two best things about the dryer... it can tell if the clothes are still damp and will automatically adjust the time and it also has a setting that if I am not right here to take them out when they are done, it will keep fluffing them every 3 minutes for 45 seconds so they don't wrinkle. I LOVE THEM!!! Thank you baby for making your wife one happy lady. I promise we will still buy you a laptop... THANK YOU for spending what you had for that, on me and two black appliances. I love you!

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Daddy Do's

So, when I met Danny, he was a single dad of two little girls. Along with that title he had to do the unimaginable for two little ones every day... their hair. Now, for most men, this would pose a serious problem, but for my Danny, when he is determined to do something, he will find a way to do it AWESOME!!! I got to the point that I was pretty impressed with his creativity. Now, don't get me wrong, there were no bows, curls or ribbons... nothing girly by any means. But this man can do some serious elastic work. So, yesterday afternoon he told me that he wanted to try to french braid Kadee's hair in the front... like a headband. I told him, kudos for wanting to try. If you don't know, I tried to be taught how to french braid for 3 solid days in beauty school... DID NOT WORK!! I can not do it for the life of me. So, when he said he wanted to try... I told him to have at it. Today after swimming lessons, he gave it his best shot. About 40 minutes later... he actually did a pretty good job. I was definitely impressed. Best part about the whole thing, the tongue, sticking out the ENTIRE time he braided. I finally had to come down and do some laundry... had the giggles to bad. What a GREAT DAD!

Great Date!

The girls by the time we were back home

Last week, Danny and I decided that we wanted to go see the new Harry Potter movie. We still had gift certificates to the theatres in Park City, so we decided to ask my mom and dad to keep the girls while we went on a little date... The movie was awesome and then we grabbed some dinner at Cafe Rio. Between the tub of popcorn I inhaled and the mexican food, I was sufferin from some serious gut ache... but TOTALLY worth it! The girls had a blast hanging out with Grandma Terry. She took them to the barn to see the kittens, on the four wheeler, they got treats at Rafter B, and hung out with Grandma Gwen. We picked them back up at 9:30 and about 2 minutes into the car ride back to SLC, they were totally out! Great movie, Great date, and Great parents for keeping the girls! Thanks a bunch!

Just have to share a quick story about the girls and those kittens... a few weeks ago I went to stay the night while Danny was at father and sons... I am allergic to cats so we never have to get one... YEAH!!! Anyhow, the girls adore cats, especially kittens. Farmer Don,aka Uncle Don, just had a bunch of new kittens. Mom and I took the girls over to see them. They could have stayed for hours but in about 10 minutes I had snot all over the place. When we got back to my mom's house, Kadee looked at me and said, "Jen, when you die, we are totally getting a cat." LOL... LOL... Still LOL!

Two little fishys!

Well, today was the last day of swimming lessons... they did awesome! I am so proud of both of the girls. They were so brave! We went from Kadee not daring to jump off the side of the pool to her diving down, with NO life jacket to get a stick out of the water... we also went from Kam being totally attached to the life jacket and not letting you take your hands off of her to her with no life jacket, swimming and putting her head under... she even jumped off the side to the teacher without the life jacket. Man, what two little girls will dare do in 2 weeks with no parents in the water. It was such a good thing for them. Today they wanted to take a little treat to their teachers so last night we made cookies and cards for them. They loved their lessons and can NOT wait for next summer.
Kam still prayed for her teacher today when she blessed the food at lunch...

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

8 months pregnant

View from the top now, getting bigger and bigger... can't see to shave very good now.

Side view of the belly now. She is defiantly growing. Can't believe that she will be here so soon.

I also went to the doctor on Monday for just another check up. He told me that when I go in 2 weeks, at 34 weeks, he will schedule my last ultrasound that week. That will be the deciding factor if this placenta has moved or not. If so, 6 weeks to go after that, if not, I will only have 3 weeks! How crazy is that to think that we could have a baby here is 5 weeks from now. He also told me that he thinks baby Lilly weighs about 4 pounds right now. I held Cassie's baby Ella yesterday, one of the triplets. She weighs 4.2 pounds. It was so crazy to think that this is the exact size of the little peanut inside of me! It was surreal. It is coming, this last 5 months has definitely gone ALOT faster than the first 5 months!

Sunday, July 12, 2009

The long awaited addition to our family is here!

Well it has been a LONG summer. We have been waiting and waiting and waiting. We have taken good care of her. We have watched her grow and grow. We had taken all the steps that we thought we needed to make her good and ready when it was time. Thursday July 9Th was the long awaited day. We knew the night before that this would be the day she would be done doing what she was doing... and let me tell you she was perfect! She was SO worth the wait! The girls loved the anticipation! That is right people, we picked and ate our first tomato of the season and man was she great!

She is a great sleeper!

A few weeks ago, Danny went in to wake up Kambrie from her nap and as she rolled over she had this massive hand print on her face. We totally laughed about it and Danny had to get it on camera before she fully woke up. Two nights ago, she also woke up and came to the top of the stairs yelling down that her hand was red. Danny and I thought maybe she had slept on it funny or something. When we got up and to the top of the stairs, it was covered in blood as well as her little face. That girl loves to pick her nose and pretty sure sometime in the night picked until she bled. I once again washed all of the bedding, two nights in a row now since we had a wet the bed night before. I think we are going to need a new bed spread before the year is out. Man, she has sure been hard on her bedding! If she just wasn't so dang cute!

Summer is definately here!

Since it was a little chilly and rainy in the month of June, we still had not busted out the swimming pool. One of the first days that it was super warm, we busted it out and filled it up. The girls played and played in the pool for hours while I sat in the shade and read my People magazine. It felt so good to go outside and play and play and play. Summer is so fun!

Kadee is on two wheels!

So, my little Kadee Lou, I am so proud of her... She has finally ditched the training wheels and she is off and riding like crazy. It took her and Dad a couple of days to really get going but man you should see her now. I love that every time her and Danny come home from a bike ride, she has some kind of battle wound, but she is doing great! She has been really brave about it! Between the girls moving into their own rooms and now Kadee just being able to take off on the bike, it really seems like she is growing up so fast. She now loves to go into her own room and close the door and do stuff at her desk. I can not believe she will be in the first grade this year. Man, time sure does fly! So proud of you sis!

Heart hair do

So, I was looking on someone's blog... can't remember who now, but I saw this website about little girls hair. I love it! It gave me so many ideas. This is the girls new favorite way to get their hair done. It is so fun. Shaped into a heart braid.

Kam's 3rd Birthday!

Kam and her new bike

Kam opening presents

Kam and her princess cake... never again will I attempt to make the cake... TOO MUCH WORK!! Totally worth the $25 to buy it done!

Kam helping me make the cake batter.

So, I just realized as I was downloading pics that I never posted these pics from Kam's birthday on May 8. Hello?!? How bad am I ...

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Good day at the DR

So, I went to the Dr this morning... I was super anxious because I haven't gotten to talk to my DR since all of this cramping started. I had TONS of questions for him. After talking and my exam... he thinks that the cramping is from my placenta trying to move up higher... that would definitely explain the cramping. Think, that this is solidly attached... and has camped there for 7 months... now it is trying to move higher... definitely would cause cramping he said. He also said that having it laying so low can cause alot of pressure and I might also be feeling a bit of that. He looked at my cervix and it is still closed and long.. so with no bleeding he told me that I need to listen to my body, take it easy and if I need some serious drugs to help with the pain of migration... let him know. Oh man people, this would be a serious answer to my prayers. Lets all hope and pray that this means it will move the amount we need to be out of the woods. I would be so grateful and blessed! Oh and ps... glucose came back normal. No gestational diabetes. YAHOO!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


Kadee and Kambrie moved into their own rooms this last week. Danny and I are loving it, just for the simple fact that now, they go to sleep instead of lay in there and play and giggle for hours... I LOVE IT did I mention that!?! Well, now that they aren't in the same room we read stories in the living room and say family prayer there. Danny and I decided that now they are in their own rooms, this would be a great chance for us to teach them about individual prayer...

The first night when I took Kam into her room to go to bed, I said, " let's say a prayer that is just for you. You can thank Heavenly Father for anything you want to and ask him for anything you want to ask him for. This is YOUR prayer." So, this was her prayer...

"Dear Heavenly Father, thank you for Santa and my presents. Thank you for my barbies and my princesses. Amen."
I tried not to bust out laughing the whole time. You can definitely tell what she thinks about all day.

Tonight, Kadee's prayer was so dang cute...

"Please bless Cassie's three babies, and Cassie, and Ethan, and... Ethan's dad."
She is so concerned about those new babies...

Good kids we have... We are so lucky.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Baby Business

So, I am starting to wonder if this baby business is for the birds or what!!! This week has been so crazy. I went to the DR this week for just my regular check up and to get the actual report from my DR on my ultrasound I had a few weeks ago... when she told us the placenta had moved and it all looked ok... Danny had worked all night so I took the girls with me to the appt. I thought it was just going to be a quick in and out thing so I promised them a sno cone if they behaved awesome at the dr. The two nights before I went in for my appt I had been woken up by cramping... The first night it was really pretty bad and lasted for almost 40 minutes or so. I had gotten up and tried to pee to see if it would help. I woke Danny up and told him I was worried... this had not happened before and I felt like I was having a bad period. Then it went away... the next night, same thing. So, when I went to my appt that day I told the DR. He told me that they were probably small contractions. He also informed me that the wonderful ultrasound lady had misinformed me... yes my placenta had moved, but is was still NOT SAFE enough to be safe... He also gave me the implication that he didn't really see it moving a whole lot more in the next few weeks. Basically, he put me on some restrictions about activity, sex being the most HORRIBLE one.. boo... and told me that I really need to be super careful. Lots of resting with my feet up and listening to my body. He also told me that I will have yet another ultrasound at 34 weeks to recheck the placenta. If at that time it has not finished the distance we need, he will schedule the C section for 37 weeks. As you can only imagine, I was SO floored! After the ultrasound I had totally put this worry about placenta previa in the back of my head. I hadn't given it another thought! Well, to say the least, it was a very emotional day for me. I know that all that matters is that the baby is healthy and what ever I need to do to get her here safe is all that matters to me, but I was so bummed! I wish so bad that ultrasound tech had not said one thing! I guess it just showed me that she is a tech... my DR is the boss. So, as the week continued, I kept in with the crampiness. On Friday it was pretty much all day. I laid down for about and hour and a half and had no relief at all. Took a couple extra strength Tylenol and still nothing helped. I told Danny that I was going to call the nurse and see what I could do to get some relief... When she returned my call around 3 PM she informed me that because I had never had a baby before and didn't know what labor felt like, she needed me to go to the hospital. They would hook me up to monitors and make sure that I wasn't in labor. I just kept saying, "no, I am not in labor. I just feel crampy." She just kept telling me that for some women that is how it feels... GO TO THE HOSPITAL!!! Well, I hung up and looked at Danny and said, I am not going... To his reply, "do you want to be the woman that has a baby on the bathroom floor?" So, we went to the hospital...

When we got there, they hooked me up to all kinds of monitors, in a labor and delivery room might I add, and started to check my contractions and the baby's heartbeat. I was so mortified! I kept telling Danny what in the hell are we doing here?!? Anyhow, after a bit of monitoring, they came in and took some blood, wheeled me to another ultrasound, where the woman did not say one word... Danny and I didn't even see the screen... We were both terrified we were going to be having a baby at this point. They also came in and took a sample from my bladder to check for another UTI and some swab thing that checks the cells of your cervix to see if you are going to deliver in the next 2 weeks or longer. My nurse was SO great and explained everything awesome. She had also had placenta previa and told me that when she was in the hospital on bed rest with it, some nurse checked her and pulled her placenta right out when she finished... HELLO!!! I had NO idea it was that dangerous! I can not believe Danny and I have been having sex this whole time! What if that would have happened at home?!? All the tests came back normal for infection... my cervix had not started to dialate... and the swab test came back inconclusive, I have to go back and have it done again this week... So, all in all, the crampiness, dehydrated... which can cause contractions, who knew, and they also said ligament pain with it from my round ligaments. So, after 5 hours in the hospital... Home again. Back to the DR this week to be checked up on again for the crampiness. Still pretty crampy every day... lots of laying around... thinking of all the things I need to do before this baby comes in 9 WEEKS NOW!!! Holy cow! I keep telling Danny, She better be one good baby! I know she is so worth all of it! Most importantly, I now realize that I need to do what my Dr says... when he says, this is dangerous to you and your baby, I need to listen... It is not just about me anymore. I will have to learn to be a patient patient.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Crazy in Love

This post is for my wonderful husband. It was Father's Day yesterday and I find myself so overcome with pride and love for this man that has become my world. I never in a million years could have imagined that I would find someone that could complete my world the way that Danny does. I never would have dreamed that I would find someone that would love me so selflessly and fully. I look at Danny and not only the wonderful husband that he is to me, but the wonderful father he is. He is so kind and patient with the girls. He has a very distinct way of teaching them and guiding them. It makes my heart smile when I see him getting on their level to show them the way. I can not imagine a more incredible man to create a child with. Someone that will be a great example of all that is good. I feel so lucky to be bringing another baby girl into this family with him. He works so hard to make sure that we have all that we need and I appreciate that so much. I always feel so safe and loved with him at my side. I know that there is not one thing that could overcome the two of us together. There is no where else in the world that I could be as happy as I am in this little house in Midvale with him.
Danny you are my strength, my comfort and my best friend. I am so crazy in love with you! I am so proud to call you my husband! I love you!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

unpacked the bedding!! FINALLY!

Well, after going to the DR again today for my second big ultrasound, we got the confirmation that this baby is totally a girl. I had promised Danny that I wouldn't get the bedding ironed and in the crib until the ultrasound and we knew for sure. So, this afternoon while Kam napped... I DID IT!!! I love it. It is SO dang cute! Danny keeps teasing me that she is going to be an 80 yr old newborn because everything is so old fashioned... the bedding... the old school crib... the 100 year old dresser... and this week Danny is bringing over his great grandma's old treddle sewing machine and we are going to keep the top down and use it as the changing table. I for one am in LOVE with the nursery... good thing since I will be spending many many many nights in there rocking my baby girl!