Tuesday, December 23, 2014

2014 Family Recap

The Fergusons

2014 Family Re-cap
We started the year by celebrating Eli turning one, which he did at the very end of December (28th).  He has had a great time with his swimming lessons throughout the year at a local indoor pool facility.  This summer Eli had his one-year anniversary since his cranial surgery for his Craniosyostosis.  We go in to see his plastic surgeon occasionally and he is always pleased at the progress of Eli’s growth.  Eli will continue to have yearly routine check-ups with the doctor until he stops growing.  He is learning and growing so much, he amazes us with his smarts and his wit!  He loves being outside, going to the park, playing on slides, playing with his Grandmas and Papas, everything to do with balls and basketball, exit signs, clocks, cheese, fruit, and chocolate milk.  One of his favorite things is the University of Arizona “A” and everything else to do with the UofA.  He can point out the “A” anywhere and also knows the wildcat picture (the mascot), and he has learned to spell Arizona out loud.  He loves to spell it and is so proud of himself when he does.  He has learned to say so many words in just a short few months and is learning to say new words every day.  With two years old just around the corner, we are loving every moment with our little energized bundle of joy.
Adam started his 5th and final year this fall in the architecture program at the University of Arizona.  He is excited to get working and progressing in his chosen career.  Depending on where he lands a full-time job, a move may be in our near future.  In the meantime he has been working a part-time, paid internship this semester to get him started in the next phase of becoming a real architect.  He has been able to attend many UofA sporting events throughout the year, and looks forward to the potential of the Arizona basketball season.
Kami continues to dance and loves it.  However, at the beginning of the summer she developed a condition of ulcers on her legs called Pyoderma Gangrenosum, which halted her dancing just two weeks shy of the recital.  After a long summer of caring for the wounds, she is back on her feet and going about life as normal.  She is currently serving on the community HOA Board of Directors and having a great time getting to know others and participating in the on goings of the community.
Probably the most notable news of the year is that we are expecting a little addition to our family in May of 2015!  We should find out in January whether the baby is a boy or a girl.  We are so happy and excited for our growing family.
We hope you and your family are doing well at the end of this year and always.  May you be blessed with love and family this Christmas season, and also with the love and peace of our Savior, whom we celebrate especially at this time of year.  Have a great rest of your year, and many good wishes for 2015!
To keep up with us during the year, visit our family blog at kamilynnferg.blogspot.com.
With love,
Adam, Kami, Eli & baby #2
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.”
 to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.”

Luke 2:1 1, 14


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