The Budd's

Friday, June 10, 2011

Budd Girls Update

Having girls has been such an amazing thing....we get to dress pretty, dance, do make-up, sing, play with dolls and Barbies, and bake. I absolutely love my girls. I am so glad I don't have to play with bugs and dirt and little boy things. I sure don't know what I would do with a boy. So here are some of the happenings lately for the Budd Girls...

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Lexi celebrated her 6th birthday on June 1st! She is so grown up. We had all the family over for cake and ice cream. And then we took her to Kung Fu Panda 2. Then a couple days later she took of to Billings, Montana to spend a week with my mom. I have never spent more than 2 nights apart from her so I have been really missing her. She will start 1st grade in the fall and is very excited! Her teacher is Mrs. Mecham and we have heard really great things about her! Lexi is a little goof, who is always playing jokes and trying to be funny. She absolutely HATES cleaning her room. In fact, the picture above was one night that she was supposed to be cleaning, she came out to ask me something dressed like this! She also has a habit of falling asleep when she is supposed to be cleaning.

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Lexi is such a good kid who is full of energy and has a very kind heart. She is an amazing daughter and sister and we love her so much!

Quinn is doing very well since her seizure. She is back to herself, we just are a little more cautious with her. She is growing up so much, I can't even believe that she is almost 3. She runs around and plays with Lexi constantly. She loves playing with babies, riding her " bike" ( the one she decided to ride down the stairs!), and cuddling. She has not one bit of fear in her. Even though she has a harder time doing things, she will do them no matter what. She is a spitfire and tells you exactly what she wants. Quinn has made so much progress and is doing amazing. She has such a strong will and will try as hard as she can and never give up. She is such a good example to us and such a sweet spirit.
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She went to Primary Children's for and eeg the other day. It measured her brain waves and can tell us more about the seizure. She had about 25 little wires all hooked to her head and then a "turbin" wrapped around it. She had to sleep for 30 minutes.

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The nurse was so cute with her. We have always been treated so good at Primary Children's. She told Quinn that all of those wires were going to make her look like "Tangled" and she had really long hair! It was so cute. She was really good for the whole thing.

Lexi gets to come home on Sunday and I CAN'T WAIT!! I miss her so much. Quinn has missed her too, so we just sit and cuddle and miss Lexi.

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