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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

She's Here!!

Go to our new family blog to see the details.


Sunday, February 10, 2008

D day is here...and now gone

Well folks, the day we here in the Lundy household have been waiting for has come and is gone...and we are still without child. We have been on pins and needles around the house all weekend waiting for any sign that our little girl is on her way but as of now there has been nothing, zip, nada. God is good and we know that she will come when He knows best, so please pray for patience for Heather and I and that baby Lundy would come soon (preferably tonight).

We did have some neat stuff happen today as we were out and about on a relaxing Sunday afternoon. We ran into an elderly lady at Starbucks that came up and asked me when Heather was due and what we were having. When we told her she asked what we were naming her, and come to find out it was her name as well (we've not met many with her name yet)!! She said it was a sign from God that baby Lundy is on her way soon. Also, another couple who we met at one of our birthing classes and have grown close with had their water break tonight, so they are well on their way. All great things to happen on d day.

Thank you again for your thoughts and prayers as we wait this one out. Bags are packed, mom and dad are ready... more to come soon


Friday, February 8, 2008

Baby Lundy Update

I know that anyone looking at this site from yesterday on is wondering one she here?? Here's the update for all of you loved ones out there. Baby Lundy's officially due date is Sunday (02/10/08), so we still have a few days left, however Heather would tell you otherwise. She is in pain and feeling overall crummy (can't sleep, can't sit, can't stand, etc.), which I've heard is a sign that we are close to d-day. At our last visit on Tuesday Heather was dilated to a 2.5 and about 85% effaced and ready to go at any time. We have tried everything that the books say to do to get this girl out but she is just taking her time.

I know that this is all in God's timing but it is painstaking, especially for Heather. I kind of feel like a kid before Christmas just waiting for that moment when I can finally see my daughter with my own eyes. Keep checking back for updates...I think she'll be here before the weekend is over =). Thank you all so much for your support and prayers. I have received more phone calls and text messages in the past two days then I have in a while, and I want you all to know how much it means to us. It's amazing to see the family that God has put us with come together in such a time as this. You all are amazing!! =)

We love all of you!! Thanks for your prayers and support.

Daddy Lundy


Friday, February 1, 2008

This guy is good...

He keeps going and going. Nothing is going to shake him...

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Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Please hurry!! We can't wait to see you...

T minus 2 weeks

Your mom is ready


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Friday, January 25, 2008

Good stuff...good stuff

1. Go to Google
2. Type in "Find Chuck Norris"
3. Click the "I feel lucky" button
4. Enjoy

Repeat as desired....


Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Weekend happenings

Watch this video as it explains all:


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

I hate what I've become

So the Cowboys did it again...shame. I am now reduced to rooting for none other than Green Bay. I hate it I really do, but what other options have I?? Nate is loving this more than you know....

Here's my tribute to Brett:

Don't let Eli win this one Brett. He's 12.


Sunday, January 13, 2008

Some updated photos

OK folks, here are a few updated photos of Heather and Baby Lundy and of Baby Lundy's nursery (as we have it so far). We are planning more photos of Heather very soon, so stay tuned.

Thanks for your thoughts and prayers.


Friday, December 28, 2007

Blog of note

Here's a blog I saw today that I thought was funny...check it out if you bored.

Tacky Christmas Yards


Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Holy Crap!

Well folks Christmas is here and gone and I have to say that it was a good one. What is strange is that Heather and I have set certain milestones that would help mark how close we were until little baby Lundy is actualy here and over the past two days we've passed two of them. One of my mentors at Starbucks had her baby today (she and Heather were not too far apart) and Christmas is done!! (I'm starting to have trouble breathing) Also, we received some very cool baby gifts this Christmas which is quite a change from the previous 28 years that I've celebrated Christmas. Ahhhh I guess it's God's way of telling me that it's time to grow up.

As soon as we got home we put the stuff together for the little tike, and here you go:

(I'm feeling faint now) It's becoming more and more real now...and scary. Not scary of what will happen with her, but just the fact that this guy

will be taking care and will be responsible for a human life. Pray for Heather and baby Lundy (and Barbaro).

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!


Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Baby Lundy Video

Here's a video of our little girl. Hope you enjoy.


Monday, December 17, 2007

Baby Lundy

We are hitting the home stretch with our little girl here in Lundy town (aka awesometown). With a little under 8 weeks to go, reality is hitting home pretty quick. Heather and I both took our first official parenting class together last week and it took me until about half-way through it to realize that it actually related to what we will be doing. I have never changed a diaper, so to listen to our teacher talk for 3 hours about how to wash a baby, burp a baby, swaddle a baby, install a car seat, how not to install a car seat.....left my head spinning. I know things will be great and we will learn so much just by trail and error but I just don't want to warp her too early in her life.

Reality is hitting Heather as well as it is becoming increasingly harder and harder for her to do the basic things she so regularly did (e.g. sleep). I know that this is all normal but it's kind of heart wrenching to watch her go through pain and sleepless nights as she battles the natural toll having a baby has on her body. Baby Lundy is getting so big and we can see her every move now, which is almost like watching 'Alien' take place right in our bedroom. It is so cool to watch he move around when I talk or play music to her and it makes me long even more for the day that she will be here. What a miracle. =)

We love you all and thank you so much for your continued thoughts and prayers for our little girl. Pictures and videos to come soon....


Das Internet

Hey folks, the Lundys are officially wired (or I guess wireless). So you can expect some updated information on us coming soon and hopefully more frequently!! Keep our computer in your prayers (not really).


Sunday, November 11, 2007

What's new??

So it's happened again!! I was approached today by another friend who asked that age old question, "What's up with your blog?? I mean when will you post again?" Great question. It seems like Heather and I have both hit that point in our lives again where there are so many things that are going on that we have a hard time making time to post. Plus we have no Internet access at the house, so to post would mean us getting in our car and driving around the corner to find a free access point (which we never do.....right?? Do you see what I mean??). However tonight I can and will do my best to update all of you curious folks out there as to what's new with the Lundys.

Baby Lundy and momma are doing really really well as we officially move into the last trimester as of today!! She (baby) is kicking and moving around a ton now and it is wild to watch. A few weeks ago only Heather could really feel her moving around and would tell me however now I can see her move from almost across the room. She is a mover and a shaker and has started to react to my voice or music that we play for her at night (she loves jazz). We just had our last appointment and the Doctor says that all is measuring well so far and that all signs point to a healthy little girl =). We'll have one more sonogram next week so hopefully we'll post those pictures as soon as we are able.

Edmond has been a great place to live and we truly feel like we are connecting with more people than we have in a long time. It's so odd, in a great way, to actually have people to talk to outside of work again. We've become involved in a home group at our new church (Life Church) and the folks involved are really an amazing group of people who we've gelled within only 3 times of us meeting. We've also been involved with one of our old friends from Fort Worth who works with Young Life here in Edmond and he has introduced us to many great folks as well. We feel very fortunate to be where we are right now in our life as know that God has moved us here for a reason and it seems as if it is playing out right in front of our eyes. What it is specifically we're not sure, but there is something cool happening.

There are so many changes happening right now with work life and everything in between that at this point we are just trying to hold on and enjoy the ride until we get a chance to process everything in our minds. Please pray for Baby Lundy as she continues to grow, mommy Lundy as she continues to feel the physical strains of being in her third trimester, and for daddy Lundy as he begins a new job (with all that encompasses). Please also pray that we would be prepared to be the parents we are supposed to be and that we would be ready to handle whatever will come over the next several months.

Thanks again for your interest and we will try our best to keep this thing up to date =)

Much love,
The Lundys

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Sunday, September 16, 2007

It's a girl!!!

God is good! Our time in Edmond, although short, has been filled with an amazing amount of God’s workings that have led up to our appointment on Thursday, and I would be remiss if I didn’t mention what He has been doing in the Lundy family lately.

Within our first week here we were reconnected with an old friend that Heather used to work with about four years ago. The family is amazing and asked us out to dinner our first weekend here during which we were asked to a Young Life event, which is the organization which he works with, the next evening. Not only did we have a great time at the event but we met several amazing people, one of which was a OB/GYN who practices in Edmond. When we arrived she sought out Heather and I and gave us specific instructions on how to get into her group of doctors so that she could “Take care of us”. We had been very worried about this since we had no idea who we were going to see or how to even go about finding a Doctor not knowing the area. Heather found the doctor’s information and by Monday we had an appointment to see the her that Thursday, which just so happened to be the only day I could have joined her for the visit.

When we showed up on Thursday we had no idea what to expect but were pleasantly surprised. The Doctor has the most wonderful bedside manner of any that we have ever seen. Not only was she very knowledgeable (as all Doctors are) but she took her time with us explaining the ins and outs of everything that we may not have know about fully. She gave us practical advice and guidance and shared her sincere joy with us that this baby was coming along so well. After Heather’s checkup and hearing the heartbeat she informed us that we would need to get an 18-20 week sonogram within the next week if not within the next few days. I asked her if there was any way to get one done that day to which she walked outside and asked her nurse to fit us in as soon as possible that day, which happened to be 30 minutes from that time. Awesome!!

The sonogram was intense as they did all the measurements to make sure all is growing well and looks fine, which it did. All things measured well and the baby is growing at a normal rate (the ass to ankle ratio was almost perfect...better than the doctor had ever seen before, which made me happy). During the sonogram the radiologist kept saying over and over how lucky we were to have our Doctor as she was, in his opinion, one of the best around. Awesome!! And then he let us know that we are having a little girl, my prayer from the beginning. She is a mover and squirmed around like crazy and likes to lay with her hand on her nose like her mom. We could also see her moving her mouth a lot which might indicate that she’s a talker already! The next day the Doctor called Heather at home to talk about the sonogram and to see what we were having and was genuinely joyous with and for us. How awesome is that??

Words cannot express how I feel when I look at these pictures. All I can do is look back to Psalm 139 where David expresses almost the same feelings saying, “For You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mothers womb. I will give thanks to You for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, and my soul knows it well. My frame was not hidden from You, when I was made in secret, and skillfully wrought in the depths of the earth; Your eyes have seen my unformed substance; and in Your book were all written the days that were ordained for me, when as yet there was not one of them”. So often I need control of all things in my life to make sure they will go exactly how I need them to, but this is something I cannot do anything about, I control nothing. Yet God has done more than I could have imagined. Our little girl is being formed right at this moment through God’s workmanship and it is perfect. She has everything she needs and it’s all from Him and there is nothing I can do but sit back in awe and say that He is good and gives us all we need. God bless you all.

With much love,
-Mommy and Daddy Lundy


Tuesday, September 11, 2007

We love the musings!!

Randomness for all of y'all:

-I started my new job on Monday and I think it's going to be a grand time!! I really really enjoy this area and my peers are very cool. More to come about this later.

-Fantasy football: How can one person really be so bad at this. I know there are a lot of stats to read and homework to do, but it can't be that hard, can it? For the second year in a row I got trashed on my first week and this year I put some serious effort in my draft. Obviosly hard work doth not equal positive results all the time. Maybe it's just my bad attitude that creeping into it all. Here's a perfect example: I get the number two pick for the draft, Steven Jackson, who's going to be my rainmaker....I mean my ace in the hole, my rock, my boy! Week #1 he fumbles twice and gets a whopping 1 point. Great!

- Heather is pregnant and I'm excited.

Stay tuned for more updates from the road around OKC!

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Saturday, September 8, 2007

A few happenings in Edmond

People are crazy about the OU Sooners here.


I suck at Boggle. Heather has creamed me every time we play, and I think she thinks it's funny to take advantage of her semi-illiterate husband. I have read a book, but just have a hard time speling.

More to come.

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We're here!!

Well, we're finally here in Edmond! The move went very smooth (or smoothly??) and we are getting settled in. Sorry for lack of posts after the fridge move (one reader was very upset at our lack of progress on blog posts) but we do not have internet access at our new house yet. I am working on a way to rig up our rabbit ears straight into our computer, and I'll keep you updated on that progress. It's been funny with limited technology at the house. We just got the TV up and running, and just found a Panera today to get free WiFi. I had 30 emails and yet life went on.....hmmmm funny eh??

Edmond seems to be a great city and we are excited to get out and about an meet some folks. In a ironic twist, we now live less than a mile from's main headquarters. For those of you who don't know, LifeChurch broadcast a live video feed to all it's campuses across the US from one main location...namely across the street from our house. We kinda hated it in Tulsa, and look where we are....hmmmm funny eh??

On another note, Heather is starting to feel the limitations of pregnancy. She can go about 2 hours unpacking and then it's rest time. That's great for me because it allows me to be a hero every now and then (for those who don't know, I have very little muscle definition and sometimes it's hard for me to be a "man"). She is SO cute right now with her little bump, and swears that she has started feeling the baby move around (the baby told me otherwise).

Thanks for checking in on us. Videos and pictures to be posted very soon. If you are curious about what's happening, give us an email! (It'd make us feel special)