Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Christmas Photo Shoot

I wanted some fun photos to go on our Christmas card so I posed Jack for a while on November 20th. (We were supposed to get family pictures that Saturday in the same outfit but that's another story.) Since we were busy with extra friends and family in December the Christmas card is what it is, but here are some of the fun photos we took that day.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


In November and December, Mommy babysat my cousins, John and Therese, from Chicago. Our cousin Shelia helped out too. We had so much fun.
The house will seem too quiet when they leave.

One day, Grammy, Sawyer, and Gavin came down too.
All of the big boys made graham cracker trains. They let me watch. Looks yummy!


Mammaw, Pappaw, and Jeremy think I'm pretty cool. I'm wondering if they'll let me run and play with all the kids next year. They looked like they were having so much fun!

Auntie Amber ohhs and ahhs every time she sees me. I just love it!

Friday, November 20, 2009

Fun with Baby

He fills out the bouncy now and loves to make the fish move on his own.

Love the hair! Curls galore and in all directions if we let it air dry.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Daddy & Me

Aunt Jackie saw my cute costume and bought me the stuffed bear.
Mommy saw the cool shirt and bought it for daddy.
The three of us together make quite a Halloween scare.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Monkey Business

On Halloween, Jack was our monkey, and Aaron was the Zookeeper. If you got a good look at Aaron's shirt, you'd find smashed bananas, and the things that look like the result of digested bananas. He couldn't pass it up. Here we are on our way to the Halloween parade in our neighborhood with our neighbors, Autumn, Josha, and Levi, who was an adorable pea-pod. After the parade with all of the big kids, and a neighborhood feast, we ate pizza and watched a scary movie our next door neighbors. The babies mostly slept and the mommies and daddies enjoyed some grown up time.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


On Saturday, while they were changing me, mommy and daddy did the funniest thing. Daddy sang, "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" while mommy mouthed the words to the song. It was funny to hear daddy's voice coming from mommy. I wish I knew how they did it, but I smiled and laughed every time they did.

On the day we went to the Cider Mill, mommy and daddy put me in this cool costume again. I fill it out a lot better now! You'll have to check me out wearing this outfit earlier in this blog. I was only a few days old when the took that picture. Mommy says I do a great job eating!