Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Sunday, April 27, 2008
Grandpa also gave her some practice walking which is one of her new favorite things. No, she's not walking, but she likes to walk holding on to someone's hand.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Yeah, so I realized when reading over my last post that I used two of the same photos on the page. Yes, one was black and white and one was zoomed in, but yep, the same picture. I like the original center picture better, but I didn't have any other black and white printed to switch...I know that I could have just switched the page on my blog but I thought I'd let everyone enjoy the joke on me.
Just a page following my always simple approach. I wish that simple meant it was quick. I always pull out everything I own trying to decide what could possibly work...and I always want to use different product and end up back in my normal comfort zone...I liked the look of the chipboard unpainted for the title and then painting the parentheses thing. I guess that's as out of the box as I got tonight...
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Megan enjoyed the swings at the park so much we decided to get one for the backyard. Grandpa Gorrell and Chad worked on it Saturday morning and Saturday afternoon Megan tried it out. She was a little unsure at first, but by the end, she was yelling her own version of "weeeeeee."
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Friday, April 11, 2008
Thursday, April 10, 2008
For some perspective, I thought I'd put this picture up of the first time she wore it at Tim and Mindy's wedding. She was six weeks old, still slept all the time, couldn't hold up her own head. Now, she's always on the go. Sitting, crawling, feeding herself, throwing her ball, looking at books, pulling up on furniture, babbling constantly, smiling, laughing. Everyone says, "It goes by fast." I never disputed it, I just hope I'm making the most of every moment.
Here's a video on the slide:
Tonight, we went to another park and took her on the swings. She definitely enjoyed them and was all smiles.
Note: My good friend Kristin pointed out that "Real spring is when Megan doesn't need a winter hat! :) " This is probably true when you live in a tropical climate like Kentucky, but here in PA we call it spring if the sun is shining and the frost melted off the cars before 8 am...It really has been nice here, but there has been a breeze at times and I'm probably slightly over-protective of Megan's ears. Yesterday, a local bank displayed the temp as 71 degrees, but we went to the park around 6:30 and it had chilled quite a bit and looked like rain...Yes, Kristin, I hope to ditch the winter hat soon.