She's six months old tomorrow, she's been eyeing and trying to snatch my food for a good while now, but I've been too lazy to introduce one more mess and event to the day, until yesterday. She had her first little bowl of rice cereal, and there was no figuring-it-out or getting-used-to-it. She downed it. We had to make her seconds. She seemed so relieved to finally get some action in the eating arena. I guess I'll make it a habit now. I guess I just figured, by the looks of her, that my milk was doing the trick you know?
And the other blue-eyed beauty. Just discussing your average dinosaur-hunt on a Sunday afternoon. It's the only way I could get her to look at me, apparently the dinosaur was going to eat the big leaves coming out of my head. Or something. -- Auntie Sarah, thanks for the cute dress. :)
Doesn't she look angelic. I tell you these cameras can do amazing things. ;)
Melisa and Heath came out this weekend and stayed at a near-by resort while Mike was out of town. (It's hit the triple digits here and we don't have a pool... We've already realized that the size of the house isn't going to be the key to get people to visit us. Need water.) So we got to hang by the pool with her on Friday.
Later that night, Ross watched the kids so her and I could have a girl's night out for a yummy dinner at the Cliffhouse. So fun.
Saturday afternoon, My dad and Marybeth came to join us all and see our new flooring! I almost forgot, I'll have to take pictures of that. I'm SOO excited about it, it looks SO much better.
With Marybeth's help, we even got them to come to church and see us speak in our new ward, now that they live down the street. My dad may have balked a little at the 9 am start-time, but then miss Mila gave him the look:
She comes in handy.