Saturday, September 25, 2010

Happy Sisters

Friday, September 24, 2010

What were you thinking???

I believe that sometimes I attribute more maturity to my almost 4 1/2 year old then he really has.
Yesterday, I moved a bag of borrowed Christmas lights to my bedroom for safekeeping away from curious little people.
Awhile later, cleaning and de-cluttering in my room I looked up to an "uh oh!". What should meet my horrified gaze then my 4 year old, string of Christmas lights in hand, one bulb broken. Why was the bulb broken? He'd BITTEN it!!
He ran for the trash can making awful faces and spitting.
Thankfully that was the extent of his damage.
I still haven't tried out the string of lights to see if they'll still work or not. I'll do that tomorrow when we set up out Tabernacles tree.
I'm still flabbergasted to think he really did that. Why???

Wednesday, September 22, 2010


Friday, September 17, 2010

Uncle Kyle's photo shoot.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

4 Months Old

14.5 lbs
24 inches
Besides growth much has changed this past month. Abigayle experienced her first plane trip this month. All three of my children and me to Minnesota and back. People were incredibly helpful. Mostly women about my mom's age. They remembered what it was like to do things by themselves with a passel of lil ones. My kids did great. They were model children for the most part.
While back in the wonderful Midwest, Abigayle learned how to grasp things. Consequently everything now goes directly in her mouth.
She is very purposeful in turning over. She gets a look in her eye and struggles over. Boy, is she happy about that.
Pivoting on her tummy and even turning from her tummy to her back now too. She's a joy to have around. She still adores Lucas. Abrianna loves her to death. A two year old's loving can be a bit painful now and then.
Abigayle loves watching her brother and sister. She's entertained for short periods of time so I can work.
This evening while fixing supper she was entertained in her exersaucer. My baby is just that... A BABY now. Not a newborn anymore.