Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Merry Christmas to all of you and your families. I hope you enjoy every second of this wonderful season.
Lawson is holding onto Rhiannon here. Thanks Lawson!
Oh, and this is how I roll.
Saturday, December 19, 2009
One Saturday, Rhiannon was playing both in the living room and room. She's a very vocal two year old. She talks to us, herself, her dolls. . . or she sings.
When she's quiet, you should worry.
On this day, we walked back to her room and found this. . .
She had pulled every article of clothing out of every drawer in her dresser. And taken all of her dress up items out of the dress up basket.
She also has a little chalk board on the side of her kitchen set. I thought, what harm could she do with white chalk? Her furniture is already white right? I didn't think about the walls. . .
Uncle Timothy caught her in the corner of her room doodling on her walls with chalk. He called me in to show me.
Mommy: "Rhiannon, what it this?" In a stern voice as I am pointing to the chalk on the wall. Rhiannon: Looks at the wall, and then back at me, and says "A bunny." And smiles.
At that point, I just laughed.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Another reason why we're excited this week is because we are halfway mark. I will have been on bedrest for just over 9 weeks and will have just over 9 weeks to go to get to 37 weeks (a full term baby).
Happy Thansgiving to everyone. I'm thankful for this pregnancy, my wonderful husband, my fiesty little Rhiannon, our family, and each and every one of you. We wish you health and happiness.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
And a couple of pictures of Raggedy Rhiannon from Halloween last year. . .
And finally, Halloween this year. What a cute little Ladybug!
The make-up didn't stay on long. The weather was horrible on Halloween and the rain quickly made it run so we wiped it off for trick-or-treating. I loved the tennis shoes with the costume.
And from the back!
Rhiannon LOVED her costume. We tried it on her the week before Halloween, and she cried when we took it off. It's all she talked about all week leading up to Halloween. And of course, she cried the night we took it off. She was so much fun!! She was able to see family and received way too much candy. My job in the car was to ration the candy to give to her. It went well. One for Rhiannon, two for Mommy. Repeat. I'm shocked we have any left. . .