Want to know something funny? All three of my kids are in the same jammies they wore on Christmas.
You can see Christian and his jammies in the "No Peas Please" post.
Christian found his toes.
(Yes, I'm having way too much fun with my new camera. The kids, on the other hand, are not.)
I was raised by a "handyman." I have 3 brothers who are handy. I have grandpas and uncles and the such who are handy. In our family, if something broke or needed fixed, whatever it may be, we (and by we I mean "the men") just fixed it. Even if they didn't know how, they managed to figure it out. And always, ALWAYS, did an impeccable job at it.
Christian's first food. He DID NOT like it.
The kids and I went to the Gap Outlet. I turned around for a second and Reganne had on a new pair of shoes. Of course Marryn had to try some on too...(usually, it's the other way around though...)
A new found love. Hot Apple Cider.
Big Sis taken care of Christian. He was really fussy and crying, but I had to put him down for a second. So I gave him to Marryn and he soon stopped crying. I came back to find this.
Yeah! Christian rolled over. Finally. He's just days away from being 6 months! (And yes, he's still in the same jammies as the day before....)
Saturday, Jan 10th
The Christmas tree and decorations are finally down and put away.... The house looks so bare now.
My most favorite scrapbook mag http://www.creatingkeepsakes.com/ had this great idea for a year long project-take a picture a day. What a way to truly document your life! They also have a great kit to scrapbook these pics, but it is currently sold out...you can visit the creator's blog, http://www.beckyhiggins.com/ to see more about the idea. So here is the start of my Project 365.