Sunday, August 24, 2008
Scott calls this picture "multi-tasking"
Here's the boys at the park, we walked over on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Luke loved the slides.
They certainly do love each other.
Grandma and Cole dancing the night away, and let me tell you, Cole danced until the DJ packed up
Aunt Sherri aka Grandma and Riley
Luke also enjoyed the watermelon slices at the family reunion.
Cole and Mya hanging out on the slip and slide at Grandma and Grandpa's house. You can't really tell but Mya is trying the drink the water. If you would like to catch Scott taking a few turns on the slip and slide, check out Jen's blog (links on the right hand side) Luke wanted nothing to do with any of it
Luke and Cole helping Grandpa with his tractor
Playing ball in Grandma's living room (don't worry, the ball's pretend)
One of the cutest pictures EVER!
Scott and I got to take advantage of one of Dad's birthday gifts...VERY nice seats to a Cardinals game. That's right, I didn't have to zoom in on Pujols while they played the National Anthem (it was the only time he stood still).
We had a great time. Thanks Dad! And thanks for meeting us there, Shawn and Anna!
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
#1 Ben tried his first solid food the middle of July.
#2While we were in Missouri, Ben popped out two teeth and he's currently working on a third
#3That same week Ben also decided he should start crawling
#4 When we got home from vacation it was time to upgrade the boys room. So Luke now sleeps in a "big boy bed". He does a real good job getting in and out. We still can't convince him to just hang out in his room and play with his toys in the morning. We hear the pitter patter of little feet around 5:30 or 6:00 every morning.
#5 Now that Ben is crawling he can explore the house and has found his toy basket which he has started to pull up on. He'll be running before too long and then my life will truly be over.
#6 Luke is trying his hand at speaking...real words, not grunts. He doesn't seem to like short words, he only attempts words with two syllables or more. The important thing is that Scott and I understand most of what he says...sometimes.
Oh, for those scoring at home, Ben is 6 months old today and Luke will turn two on Tuesday, the 26th! Crazy!