I just wanted to post this quickly before I head off for a field hockey tournament this weekend. Brian will be braving the world alone with Bailey, so in case he calls you it's because he's bored. I know they'll enjoy a lovely father-daughter weekend. Good luck to both of them!
Friday, May 22, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
There is his crossing the stage to get his diploma and awesome plaque/statue. I suggested that next year, the plaques are made in the shape of a tooth.
I just liked this picture because all of the professors had to wear these awesome little outfits. It made the whole event very Harry Potterish.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
If you look closely at this picture, you can see her fang that's coming in on her upper left side. We always knew she was part vampire; I guess that's what happens when your mom reads too many Twilight books when you're little.
It looks like she's walking in this one, but she's not. She just stands up all day and takes one, maybe two tiny steps and then sits down.
This is a classic Bailey pose: the mini smile! I'm also in love with making the "Minnie Mouse" style bow that sits right up on top of her head.
This picture is nothing fabulous, but Toni says I need to put more pictures of Bailey and somebody else up. So this one's for my sister!
Friday, May 1, 2009
Look at how happy she is! She'll stand and smile and laugh all day long.
Here she is being a cool chick with sunglasses on her head like mommy!
Here's the only egg Bailey wanted.
Eventually, she picked up a pink one too, so she had one for each hand.She totally crashed with Great Grandma Mosher.
And at this moment, she wanted to crawl around freely (it was right before she feel asleep)
She even read a book with cousin Wesley.
Then on Sunday, Easter morning, she got her basket which was filled with all sorts of bubbles. After church that day, we went over to my mom and dad's house and ate more delicious food and just played. Here's her first easter basket filled with bubbles, bath toys, and eggs from the day before. The cute bunny is from Grandma Mosher.