Friday, April 25, 2008
There is a neat row of six tiny handprints across my back door. Hmmm...wonder who could have done it Emmie.
This is her first "human writing" as she calls it. I don't know what she thinks printing is then if cursive is human writing.
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Emmie and Grandmom on the trolley
We walked down to see the miniature white house exhibit only to find that it closed the minute we got there
best friends forever
Uncle Mark babysat while we shopped
Logan loves the trolley
a sweet pic of Grandmom and Carson
we went to Flying Fish - a favorite of ours
The "dancing ladies"
Aunt Ginny brought clay - they had a blast making stuff
I love her! Pajamas and rubber boots - she's examining the buds on the tree
Happy little people - R really is happy, I promise
Em's got a bit of a cold and didn't want to go to awana last night - she hid behind the couch and fell asleep - for the night
what a month...
I'm feeling very blessed. Emmie and I were thankful together for the Lord's provision as we drove home from dropping Riley and Logan off at Academy. The babies were happy to have someone sitting by them in the middle seat (putting Brady's pacifier in).
Some recent Emmie-isms:
"Momma, can you teach me to write like a human?" (this morning - she meant not in printing but in cursive)
And this exchange between E and L:
L: I sawn a colt! (looking out the window as we drove)
E: You mean "saw" Logan, not "sawn". Sawn is not a word. Sometimes you get saw and sawn mixed up. (she has heard me say this no less than a hundred times)
Thank you to our church! Sunday our church surprised us with a celebration of our being here 10 years - it was overwhelmingly kind!
Friday, April 18, 2008
She wanted a picture of this face - specifically this face, I don't know why. She keeps me laughing.
Logan is making some kind of origami - with Brady watching
Brady has the lead as far as teeth - two more than Carson
10 months old already!
Carson and Gramma
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