Baby Bagel is growing nicely. When we went to the doctor two weeks ago Bagel's heartbeat is healthy. We are so Blessed and look forward to seeing Bagel next month at the ultrasound.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
Christmas 2009 Newsletter
Bill and I have had a wonderful 2009 and look forward to the exciting adventures of 2010!
Bill and I rang in 2009 in Leavenworth, WA with some friends. We enjoyed the German Christmas town, great food, shopping, and skiing at Steven’s Pass. This is were I decided skiing and snowboarding are not for me, but we all had a great time.
After living in downtown Seattle in a 787 square foot apartment for two years we decided to rent a townhouse in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard. We have really loved living in Ballard and being able to walk to the grocery store, coffee shops, restaurants and a movie theater. We are really looking forward to buying a house in the next several months in Seattle.
In May, Bill and I went to Victoria, Canada for a long weekend to attend Bill’s Rotary regional conference. What an amazing city with beautiful buildings, flowers, shops and food! I was able to learn a lot about Rotary and was really glad we attended this year.
Bill and I were blessed to visit family and friends in Terre Haute, Indiana for a week in July. We enjoyed hanging out with everyone. Our parents were also able to visit a couple times this year so that was a true blessing to have them here, were we always spend time with great laugher and food.
As we quickly approach 2010 Bill and I are extremely excited to let you know that we are expecting our first baby May 20, 2010. God as truly blessed us. I will be leaving my job at Big Brothers Big Sisters in March to be a stay at home mommy. Bill continues to love Amazon where he stays very busy on a variety of projects. I am very proud of him and admire his hard work and determination.
We hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday! Many Blessings,
Bill, Sara, and Baby Bagel Nagel
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