Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Gobble Gobble Gobble

What a weekend. The Cooperstein family traveled to Lancaster PA to renew an old tradition. We had a fun few days with the family celebrating Thanksgiving and enjoying the Amish Country. We then traveled to Newark New Jersey to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of cousin Liam Kaplan. He did an incredible job and the party was beautiful. It is always nice seeing all of the Cooperstein cousins.

We also welcomed a new friend! Our good friends Dave and Carrie Yonenson welcomed their son Seth to the world on Saturday. Remy loves hanging out with his big sister Leah, so we know that Shane and Seth will be causing trouble soon too!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Remy in the News!

As we approach Thanksgiving, we give thanks for everything that we have. In a pre-school project where Remy's friend Tyler was thankful for his parents, and Joshua for his house, Remy was thankful for Purple. We dont know what that means either!

On a serious note, we are thankful for our health, and most important the health and development of our children. As Shane is now laughing, starting the rolling process, and grabbing everything in sight, and Remy is amazing us daily with her new ways of being independent, we are reminded to give thanks to the modern medicine that has gotten us this far.

Please enjoy some recent postings on Remy's cooling blanket procedure.




Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Boo!! Trick or Treat!!

This weekend was Halloween! Remy dressed up as a princess and Shane as peas! At first Remy wasn't so into dressing up, but once her friends Leah and Sammy showed up she was more excited. We did a neighborhood Halloween parade and then went Trick or Treating. Remy's favorite part of the night was opening the door and giving out candy to kids that came to our house. Remy LOVES candy!! We look forward to doing it again next year!

Shane had his 4 month doctors visit. He is now 14lbs and 12oz. This puts him at the 50th percentile for weight. He is 26 and 3/4 inches which makes him in the 95th percentile. He is very healthy and we can now start trying solid foods. Oh boy!!