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Friday, August 6, 2010

carrots and toes

So we went to Arkansas again last month. It was amazing, as always and I cannot wait to go back again in September (possibly for the last time before you know what happens!!!!!). While I was there, I got to meet my future daughter-in-law, Maddie Beth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Isn't she just perfect????? Oh my goodness it was like holding nothing at all. At 3 weeks old she was still smaller than Andrew was at birth.

A few days after we got back to Kentucky, we headed to Aunt Donna's where the cousins got to meet each other for the 1st time.

He also got to meet his aunt, Annie.

I didn't get my first car til I was 20 and I bought it myself. I'm betting this will be Little's first of MANY cars. I definitely see a some version of a Power Wheels police car in the near future.

I love those big eyes.
A few days before we went to Arkansas, we tried rice cereal.

I fed him with a spoon and this picture competely sums up how it went.

Huge difference with spoon feedings just 2 weeks later! Turns out carrots are WAY tastier than rice and oatmeal.

During his 7 week long battle to rid his body of the bacteria C.Difficile, we had many instances like this....

Are YOU this cute in a bathrobe?

This is our newest tummy time distraction. It's only working a few minutes longer than before. He's never going to figure this rolling over thing out. He can only do it if I put him in one particular position.

FEET, FEET and more FEET!

Yup, that's drool on his shirt. We are currently in teething hell right now. I've tried baby orajel, cold washrags, teethers, tablets, and my own knuckle. Nothing works.

How he woke up from his 3.5 hour nap today! I'd be that way too if I could ever nap.
Donut of Misery: 72% done, 28% to go