Cedie Lynn Mock's Blog

Cedie Lynn was born on 6/16/05 in Memphis, TN. She arrived 6 wks early. Cedie spent the first 11 & 1/2 months in the hospital. Although she endured many surgeries and spent 2/3 of her life in hospitals, she was a very happy, beautiful little girl who was full of love and who was loved by everyone who met her in person and online. She now watches over all of us as our own little angel.

Monday, August 28, 2006

Lil Miss Social (8/26-8/27)

Picture taken Sunday Night, 8/27/06

Saturday Cedie went to her first pool party. It was at Rachel's (her Godmother) neighbor's house. There were lots of kids ranging from 1 to 5 years old. I think she really enjoyed sitting in the shade, watching the kids play in the pool. When it was dinner time, she ate some of my deviled egg! There was another sweet baby girl there that is close to Cedie's age. She was eating ketchup. I thought Cedie might like to try it but boy was I wrong. She is not a ketchup kind of girl! After dinner, we went back to Rachel's house and watched the race (NASCAR at Bristol). We laid Cedie on a blanket and she immediately passed out. She was exhausted.

Sunday morning we took Cedie to church. After church we went to Memaw's house (Chris' mom) for lunch. There were lots of family there and Cedie entertained them with all of her little noises :-)

Our nurse was unable to make her shift today but Cedie was nice enough to take a good long nap after such a busy morning.

Sunday night, our church had a surprise reception for Pepaw (Chris' stepdad) following the evening service. During the service, Cedie kept "talking" to me and playing with my bracelets (who could tell such a sweet angel that she's supposed to be quite?). During the reception, Cedie was so great. She was very social. She smiled at people and never fussed about being in her stroller. I got her a couple of crackers off the buffet (boy do Baptist know how to put on a spread at a party- there was a ton of food). She gnawed on the crackers like a big girl. Everyone kept remarking on how great it is that she's eating (actually she is really just chewing, we haven't really got the swallowing down). Anyhow, it was great to see her adjusting so well to an unfamiliar situation. She acted as if we do this all of the time. I was so proud of her!

I took the above picture once we got home. She was really wired from all of the excitement!


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