Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Zbug & Uncle Nashwan
Lots of hugs & kisses for Uncle Nash
The Chappells & Uncle Nashwan
Zoe & her 2 favorite uncles...Austin & Nashwan
One of my first & favorite students while teaching in Ann Arbor was a young man from Yemen, named Nashwan. He had a fantastic personality and always made me laugh! We grew to be very close friends & have remained in touch over the past 2.5 years. Wes & I even officially adopted him as a younger brother. On Sunday, we met Uncle Nashwan for dinner at a delicious Middle Eastern Restaurant in Dearborn. We introduced him to Austin & had a lovely night. The best part of the evening was watching Zoe love & kiss him! She thought he was great!

7 comments:

The Chappell's said...

Zoe is cute. She has it good in Michigan in the Chappell home, and having 2 special uncles. Zoe will be a good republican.

brenda said...

Yahoo, you're still pregnant!
Wow, I'm so impressed! You're doing awesome! (I know, easy for me to say!) Those babies are going home with you! It makes we want to sing a song for you!
How about.. ....Zip-A Dee-Doo-Dah-Zip-A Dee-Day--my oh my, What a wonderful Day! (It's much better in person!)

johnsonfamily said...

Only 37 days- you're almost out of the woods. I considered eveyday after 36 weeks such a blessing and a chance to bring healthy babies home with me. Good luck!

Amy

Anonymous said...

After having a baby at 24 weeks, 35 weeks is fantastic! I consider everyday after 30 weeks a blessing! While spending 6 months in NICU, all the twins that were born after 34 weeks were considered extremely healthy, unless there were other complications, besides prematurity. Most likely they are going home, their birthweight is
substantial!

Brad and Candace Hill said...

You are doing so well! I can't even tell you how excited we are that you have made it this far. Your babies are so lucky to have you for a Mom and to be coming into such a great family!
Good Job!

Anonymous said...

You're certainly out of the woods and in a beautiful green meadow!

Congratulations!

Terri said...

Hi Kaite,
I hope you don't mind me checking out your blog. You have a darling little girl and congrats and good luck on your upcoming arrival of your twins.
When I saw your blog (from Michelle's), it made me think of when we went to NY and DC with the school. That was full of some good times. I laugh about so many things on that trip. Hope all goes well for you.
Terri