Tuesday, January 9, 2007
I hope this will be a little easier to remember!
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Tuesday, December 12, 2006
These pictures were taken this morning when Devin got back from his run. He didn't look too bad today. Ailee likes to join her daddy and do some stretches.
Monday, December 11, 2006
Sunday, December 10, 2006
It was a struggle trying to get her out of the bath tub. We finally had to pull out crying Ailee and promised her she could do it again the next day. The next day when she woke up, the first words were "bubble bath time?"
Ailee loved her new bike, and so did all the other kids! They all got a turn riding it!
Here are Ailee's friends that came to her party. There were 2 more babies that didn't make it on the couch.
When bed time came, Ailee was still enjoying her bike. Ailee found a way to take bunny bunny on a bike ride with her. We had to pull her off the bike to put her to bed. We are glad she likes her present.
Saturday, December 9, 2006
Here is Bishop with Brooklyn and Devin with Ailee. Devin works as the 2nd counselor in the Bishopric in our Ward.
Here is Ailee and Brooklyn. They are best friends and just love to be together!
Thursday, December 7, 2006
Ailee and I baked some cookies today. Ailee was such a big help. When I was getting the things ready, Ailee kept saying "I'm ready! I'm ready!" then said "Mommy, slow!" She also said a lot of "I can do it!" and "Ailee do it!" She is getting so independent!
We made smiling faces using Christmas chocolate chips for the eyes and mint chips for the mouth. I made the first two and showed Ailee how to do it. Ailee then got to make a smiling face on the 3rd cookie. She did a really good job!
The bottom 3 to the right were done by Ailee. She did the first one really good (far right), but it took so long to do the mouth, she decided not to do the mouth and do more eyes with the second one...then got hungry and ate all the eyes. (second from the right) She then started working on her 3rd one. This one got 9 eyes! Throughout the day, I had to tell Ailee "No more Cookies!" After I tell her that, I would hear her say "But...but...but...but...what's this?" and there would be a cookie in her hand.