Welcome to Georgia's Journey

Georgia Lily Lucas was born at home on October 6th, 2008 4:15am, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She was diagnosed with SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) on April 1, 2009.

On April 3rd Georgia was taken home, to be near her sisters and the rest of her family and friends. Nearly three weeks later, on April 21, 2009, she died peacefully -- in the loving arms of her mother and in the same room in which she was born.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Snow Days!

Well, it seems like everybody has had a pretty good taste of winter this year. The East coast has been pummeled and even the southern states have had their share of snow. We got dumped on again this past Friday morning. It takes a lot to shut down our city and so far there have been no snow days this year. There was one day where school buses weren't running because it was -45 but other than that Winnipegers are just expected to keep going.

We have been staying pretty busy around here. Last week Calla lost her second tooth. I actually haven't taken a picture of her yet because it happened right before bed and I keep forgetting. The tooth fairy came to visit yet again. I don't know if Calla is more excited by the money or the note that she left. : )

Maya, Aria and I were busy running to and from school and gymnastics as well as a couple of playdates. Friday we made it to dance but I shoveled the driveway on the way out and then again on the way back. Mike then shoveled it again when he got home. It was crazy! All the snow makes it fun for Mike and the girls to go snowshoeing. They all really like it and I am hoping to give it a try before the snow melts. The way that it just keeps coming I'm pretty sure that I have a couple more months...an early spring would be nice though.

Here are a couple of pictures. They are taken on our front street.




Love to you all,

Kristen

1 comment:

  1. wow that is some snow, Im on the west coast and we have not had nearly that much snow. Looks like fun!!!

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