Monday, May 31, 2010
Sunday, May 30, 2010
Jill told me before we started the trip that on their previous canoe trip she discovered one of the fundamental differences between women and men. For men, if there isn't any DANGER, you aren't having any fun. After this trip, I have to agree with her. Brent and Randy were having a great time, while Jill and I were stressed out that someone was going to get hurt or we were going to have to find a way for all 4 of us to get home with one canoe and all of our stuff. When we saw the bridge, Jill and I breathed a sigh of relief, Brent and Randy were still thinking about how awesome that trip was. :)
Monday, May 24, 2010
Last night, we were getting the girls ready for bed and Addie was on her tummy on the floor and she blurted out "Momma." Brent and I both jerked our heads to look at her, I wish I could have seen our faces. I just started laughing SO HARD! Brent said, "Ohhhh, that doesn't count! She doesn't know what she is saying!" Ohhhh yeah, it counts. :) The rest of the day today Addie was saying "Mmmmmm" and "Moama" and "Momma" all over the place. I just had to laugh each time.
Tonight, we had Gran and Grandaddy over for dinner and we were telling them about Addie's first word and a little while later Addie blurted out "Momma" plain as day. It was awesome!
Sunday, May 16, 2010
After their Choo Choo ride, we had bathtime before the girls bedtime. We give Reagan an hour each night to have her helmet off and we were warned by the people at Star Cranial that she would be tempted to scratch her head once the helmet is off. Well, she has started doing that A LOT...and if she gets a scratch on her head and then we put the helmet on her it can cause an infection really easily so I found a solution. "Noooo not the MITTENS!" Haha! She hasn't quite figured out how to get them off when she has both of them on but when she does we might have to resort to duct tape. :) I have had these mittens in their drawer since they came home from the hospital and they were always too big and I kept thinking, "When am I going to use these mittens?" Well, now I have a reason.
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Baylee, Baylee, Baylee Boo....what can I say about our little Miss Priss. She remains to be our most vocal girl and the fussiest. She is the smallest of our three but the most "into everything" already. She is the closest to crawling and sitting up and she SMILES SO BIG all the time. Even when she is fussing and crying sometimes if you make her laugh she can't decide whether to laugh or cry. It's so funny. She likes to sleep on her tummy with her booty in the air which is also very cute.
My first Mother's Day is coming up and I am so excited to celebrate with my family, love on my sweet girls all day and thank God for all of the blessings he has given me in the past year.