Thursday, February 19, 2009
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Miller and I played with playdoh the other day. He was so proud of the pancake he made. Here he is showing it off.
I told miller we were gonna make faces for the camera. I told him to laugh like I said something funny. You can see just a little overkill.
This is his thinking face.
Miller is at such a fun age now. He is almost potty trained. We just switched to big boy underwear that are so cool because they have Elmo on them. The child loves anything Elmo or Mickey Mouse. We are going to Disney World in May and he wakes up every morning and asks if its May yet. I know, we've got a lot of mornings to go. He also loves anything LSU or with Tractors. We wants to be Tim. He has to wear farmer clothes. This consists of Khaki pants, Circle H T-shirt, boots and a belt. Tim had some shirts made for himself with our farms name on them and Miller cried when we got them because he didn't have one. I told him that we would get some and he buried his head in my shoulder and said that he just wanted to be like his Daddy. Apparently the T-shirt was a very vital part of being Tim. Sometimes when his Circle H t-shirts are dirty I have to convince him that farmers work in many different things.
Davis on the other hand rarely complains. He cries when I try to burp him and when he needs changing. He is smiling a lot lately and I love when he coos. Miller calls him Boo Boo. Apparently, I call him that a lot and didn't know it. He has been sleeping through the night since he was about 10 weeks or 2 1/2 months. He's now 3 months and 1 week. I promise more pics of him soon, I was having technical difficulties uploading.
Posted by Sarah F Holt at 9:01 PM
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Davis was Baptized today. He was pretty good throughout the entire service. He made the biggest fat lip face when Father poured the water over his head. It was a pretty amazing day. Church was at 8:30 and afterwards we had a brunch to celebrate at Mrs. Kathy and Mr. Bobby's house - thank God for my mother-in-law - and mother. They helped a ton. Davis wore a Baptism gown that Caroline, Miller and Jack also wore. Mrs. Kathy stitched it by hand and all of their names and dates they were Baptized are monogrammed on the slip of the gown. Pretty cool. You can see it best in the last picture. The gown in the first pic was a present from Aunt Kathleen.
All smiles at the brunch.
He's not too happy in this one - he was getting hungry.
Mrs. Kathy and Mr. Bobby
My mama and Daddy
The godparents - Stephanie Marsh and Steve Brown
Posted by Sarah F Holt at 7:26 PM