Monday, September 13, 2010

Friday, December 18, 2009

Johnny and June

As you can see June likes to cuddle with Eliza. She even sleeps with her at night.

Johnny is laying in front, June is in back with her head up.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Mason's is 1!!

When Mason realized everyone was looking at him while we were singing "Happy Birthday" he tried to hide.

Then he tried to grab the candle or the cake, whichever he could get.

He wasn't quite sure what to do with the cake.

So Dad helped him.

And he go the hang of it.

Eliza was trying to help Mason get ready fo Christmas.

He liked to church clothes Grammy sent him.
And the rocking horse from the family.

Stuff I missed!

I haven't been able to blog in awhile because Jason takes the computer to school and when he's home he is using it to study, so here are a few of the things I have missed in the past month and a half.

Alex played his first soccer season, with his best friend Kaydence, and he loved it.

This is where Mason stands while I make dinner.

Playing in the fall leaves!! It is the first time we've lived somewhere that we've had enough leaves to play in. The kids loved it!!

Halloween!! A skeleton, a duck, and Bumblebee!

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Week of Firsts

Mason got his first haircut/trim and his first tooth in the same week. I have to say the haircut was a lot less painful then the tooth though. I was suprised how still he sat. I just set him on the kitchen counter and let him play with a comb and the spray bottle. He was pretty good for a ten month old. I wasn't able to get a picture of the tooth. Unless he smiles really big you can't see it.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Mason! 9 months old!

Mason is like a little monkey, he uses his feet like hands. It is so funny.

As soon as I snapped the picture, he headed straight for the camera.

Mason loves the swings. You can't see it, but he kicks his legs everytime he laughs.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Magic House

Eliza and Alex got free tickets to the Magic House for completing the summer reading program. The kids loved it. It is like a huge playground. We were there for two hours and I think we saw about half of it. Here are the highlights.
Alex had alot of un climbing the beanstalk. He climbed it twice from top to bottom twice ( it is 3 stories tall) He has asked us to tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk several times since then.

Mason was just along for the ride like usual.
Dressing up!

Solving a mystery!

Playing in the water.