Thursday, August 28, 2008
Reading to her deer, bear, monkey, tiger and dog. So sweet. Would you care to guess the names of her animals? Deer, Bear, Monkey, Tiger & Doggie. How creative!
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Libby, Josie and Ginger.
Friday, August 22, 2008
Daddy helps Libby do a flip. You'll see someone pointing in the right of the photo. I am not sure, but I think it's a scout from the 2020 Olympic team. I'll keep you posted when we hear from them. Sophia doing the butterfly.
Libby crawling through the tunnel.
Miss Shelly took Libby down the slide because she said, "It's too daaaarrrrrk". Check out SGC in the background!
All of that movin' and shaking makes for a thirsty girl!
Saturday, August 16, 2008
After dinner, they continued to play in the rocks. They scooped and poured and threw and piled rocks! Needless to say, Libby was filthy and needed a bath...
...but Nonna & Pop got rid of their bathtub and put in a shower when the remodeled the cabin. What is a girl to do? Yup, plop down in Nonna's wash tub in the shower (A few more weeks and she won't be able to fit in there, again!)
We barely made it out of the gate when Libby sacked out for the night..with a full belly and clean toes! There was a pretty sunset in the background as we drove home. What a great day! Thanks for having us, Nonna & Pop!
Daddy spotting her on the high beam. Look out, Olympics 2020!
Look at her cute expression. She is really thinking hard about this one!
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Libby & Sophia try to turn Libby's recliner into a love seat! Look at how close their hair color is! As you remember, they are just 9 days apart. They both went to the doctor this week and Sophia is 2 inches taller, but they both weigh 26 lbs. Two peas in a pod!
February of 2007--Libby and Sophia were just about 7 months old. Crazy, isn't it?
Saturday, August 2, 2008
Kristin & Jeremy---aren't they cute?
Our infield seats turned out to be really good. I first was a bit disappointed to find out that we didn't have real "seats", but later discovered that the first-come-first-serve, stand up next to drunk folks was the way to go!
Yeah, that's Dave. It was decent, but (truth be known) I was a little disappointed. DMB had a ton of "radio" songs that we all could sing along with....why didn't they play one that we knew? Crash...What would you say...Ants Marching....Would that have been too much to ask? He did play one song we knew--"Burning down the House", but sorry to say that was not even a DMB song!
The highlight of my night? Yup, you guessed it--running into Kevin Harned, meteorologist for WAVE-3 News.