Monday, September 29, 2008

Aidan's first taste of cereal

I think the picture pretty much explains it!

Monday, September 22, 2008

Aidan is 4 months old!

We went for his checkup today and he had to get 3 shots. (Awful-I always dreaded this with Caleb too) Aside from the immunizations, he is doing great. He is 14lb 8oz, and is 25 3/4 inches long. He has rolled over a couple times, HATES his car seat, but thankfully, LOVES his crib. He is sleeping really well at night and goes to sleep easily for his naps. He is becoming so much fun and his laugh is hysterical! Here are a few pictures of him in his jumper and some with him sitting in his Bumbo seat while I fold laundry on our bed.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

More Oklahoma Pics

So, I am finally getting around to posting some of the other pictures from our trip to Oklahoma. On Saturday, we went out to visit my inlaws. We spent the day with Chris' parents, two brothers and their families. Caleb loves spending time with all of his cousins and it was the first chance that most of them were able to meet Aidan. Sorry about the last picture of Jesse-for some reason, I couldn't get it to turn the right way.

More Oklahoma Pics

More Oklahoma Pics


Monday, September 8, 2008

Back To School

Today was Caleb's first day back to school.  I can't believe it is already his last year of preschool. People weren't kidding when they said it goes by fast!  Caleb was so excited to get to school this morning that I couldn't hardly get him to stand still long enough for a picture.  His friend Sam is in the same class as him again and Sam met Caleb at the door ready to play.  Caleb gave me a quick hug and was off!  

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Just hanging out

Not much to blog about, but Aidan looked so cute in his outfit that I just had to post a picture or two.  Aidan had just woke up from a nap so Caleb couldn't wait to play with him.  

On another note, anyone who has been around Caleb in the last 6 months has probably been asked to play his made up game called, I'm Thinking of an Animal... He thinks of an animal and then gives you clues until you guess it.  Well, today we were reading a children's book about Jesus dying on the cross and when we talked about the crown of thorns, Caleb asked why Jesus didn't just lift the crown up a little bit so that it didn't hurt so much.  After trying not to laugh( I wanted him to know this was a serious subject) I explained why that wasn't possible and that Jesus was in a lot of pain and was very tired. I also explained that Jesus couldn't move or do anything.  Caleb said, "Well, he could have played I'm Thinking of an Animal. You don't have to move to play that."  Um, I obviously did a horrible job teaching this story.  You would think I would have learned by now to keep things a little simpler.  Oh well, I tried.