Here is a quick photo update for those of you that don't have facebook to see her pics. She will be three months on the 12th, so coming up. Man how time flies! She is such a great baby and has a wonderful personality. Hope everyone is doing well and hope to stay in better contact with everyone this year!! Happy New Year!!
Our baby girl was born on October 12, 2009 at 9:06 am. Mom and baby are both doing well and dad is really excited to have her here!! She weighed in at 7 pounds 0 ounces and was 20.25 inches long. We will share more pics later.
Kerry Jean Terry, 60, of Lovell died peacefully Wednesday June 24th at her home. Kerry was born October 14, 1948 in Lead, South Dakota to Marguriete and Manfred Falk. She is the youngest of three children. She graduated from Lead High School in 1966. Kerry went to Black Hills State where she graduated with a degree in Special Education. She taught in the Lead-Deadwood School District from 1976-1981. In 1981, Kerry moved to Lovell, Wyoming with her family where she taught in Big Horn County School District #1 for 20 years. She started the Special Olympic program in North Big Horn County. Kerry was named the Educator of the Year for the State of Wyoming in 1994. She spent her life raising her children: Tammie, Tracy, Teri Jo, Tashie, BJ, William, and Jennifer. She spent countless hours supporting her children and grandchildren at school and sporting events. She has eleven grandchildren: Tyanna and Tierra Thompson, Mitchell, Matthew, Marquette, Marshall McArthur, Robert Nowak, Caitlyn, Brenden, Adessa and Carter Lundberg. Kerry was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church and Delta Kappa Gamma where she spent hours serving others. Kerry is survived by her children – Tammie of Sturgis, SD., Tracy (Marc) of Byron, WY., Teri Jo of Longmont, CO., Tashie (Craig) of Lovell, WY., BJ (Andrea) of Broomfield, CO., and her brother, Thomas Falk (Sandy) of Livonia, MI. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister- Norma, her two infant children – William and Jennifer and nephew, Keith Falk. She is also survived by her 11 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and other relatives. Arrangements are by Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell, Wyoming. Services will be held Wednesday at Haskell Funeral Home at 10:00 A.M. The family suggests memorials be made in Kerry’s name online (www.specialolympics.org) or mail to: Special Olympics Attn: Web Gifts 1133 19th Street NW, 12th Floor Washington, DC 20036‐3604.
I just thought that I would share our exciting news. We don't blog very often because I am lazy at this kind of thing, but one post every 3 months isn't bad, right? Anyway, Andrea and I are expecting our first baby!!! We are due in late October and will find out gender in early June. I will try to keep you posted but it will probably be in 3 more months. Andrea is excited for the first trimester to be over as the nausea was not fun for her! She is starting to feel the baby move now and so I can't wait until I can feel it too!
My wife and I just moved to Broomfield,CO after living in Spokane,WA for 3 years while she was in school. I am a pharmacy manager (Pharmacist) and she is a Physical Therapist. Our only children are our dogs (both boxers) Sophie and Bentley