Here's her sexy look: looking above her glasses. Or just something I'll have to watch out for now when I take pictures.I know that I'm just being shallow and worrying over nothing, but when I put them on her I just wanted to cry. Yes, she does look adorable and still as cute as ever, but I just wish she didn't have to wear them now. I just know that everyone is going say, what cute glasses and not notice her for a while. I know that in a while, I won't even notice them so I guess it will just take some time. Right now my first thought is, what a cute, tiny professor I have. I know that for all of the things that could have gone wrong with Bailey, glasses is such a minor thing that I shouldn't be complaining. It's just hard for me to think that all of her pictures from now on will have her glasses in them. I really hope that she likes the pair that I picked out for her. Enough complaining for now--I just had to let it all out.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Sunday, January 24, 2010
On Friday I bought some of those magical growing capsules in the dollar spot at Target. I loved these things when I was little! It always amazed me how they could squeeze all of those cool shaped sponges into the tiny capsule. This weekend I let Bailey experience the magic for herself. She didn't want to let the process happen without her assistance, but once she got the animal shapes out she loved it!
This weekend Kyle, Sam, Kate, and Owen came down for a quick visit and to watch BYU beat SDSU in basketball (the game was awesome and it's always fun to win!). When the cousins are here, it means it's time to party. The kids played all weekend long. Since we had a slight break in the rain on Saturday, Tera took all of the kids out to race in the yard. Bailey always took off before the others, but always finished last because she liked to watch Kate and Owen run in front of her to the finish.
The picture is slightly blurry because of their lightning fast pace!
This is just a cute picture from today. It was our first day in our new ward at church; it was also Bailey's best day in sacrament meeting. She lasted the entire time without having to go out in the lobby. If this is a sign of things to come in this ward, then I think we're off to a great start.
Monday, January 18, 2010
She loves to pick and peel the tangerines, but she does not like to eat them.
Once the rain started coming down, we suited her up and sent her outside to play:
It was only after twenty minutes of playing in the rain, that we learned that her rain jacket isn't really, truly rain proof. Water was definitely leaking in through the seams, but it's way too cute to return.
I'm certain she would've stayed out here all day long and eventually floated down the river that runs along side my parents' driveway.
We ended the day with an adorable photo shoot at JC Penney's in her rain outfit. I'm allowed to buy her totally unnescessary outfits and then take her to get pictures in them because she's my first and right now my only :) The only downside of today is that she might think that all rainy days are this fun! Since it's supposed to rain all week, it could be a really fun week (especially on Friday because I have the day off).
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Big Bird is being served his tea.
Once the party is over, the baby has to be fed and put to bed in her shoebox bed.
Then here's what I think is a cool picture of our Christmas tree and Bailey--maybe not so much the tree as Bailey's cute smile!
Last Sea World Trip 2009: We went to Sea World a couple of days before our passes expired for this year. As usual, Bailey loved it! We got to see lots of characters this time and all of the Christmas decorations were still up.
In front of the big Christmas Tree
Giving Ernie & Bert a high five!
With Big Bird
We are penguins--can't you tell!
The week after Christmas, we went up to spend the day with my Grandma and Grandpa Mosher. We had a mini Christmas and Bailey loved it so much she opened her presents, my presents, and Brian's presents!She wrapped herself up in the packages.
Four generations of Mosher/Miller/Bronson girls!
Bailey would not put the Dora book down and still today loves pressing all of the buttons.
The cousins on New Year's Eve (thanks to Sam and her ferocious roar for getting the kids' attention)
On New Year's Day, my mom and dad took all of the kids to see The Princess and the Frog. They were very brave! They said that the kids sat and watched about half of the movie; after that it was dancing in the aisle and playing in the curtains. I secretly wish that I would have gone to the movie, just to watch what the kids did.
Monday, January 11, 2010
Bailey is definitely turning two next month because she has a mind of her own and her favorite words right now are: mine, self (for I do it myself), and no! What's happening to my sweet, little baby? I was hoping that the twos wouldn't be so terrible, but I'm thinking that I should just brace myself and be prepared.
Friday, January 1, 2010
We went over to my parents' house for Christmas morning festivities. Bailey loved opening up the presents and played with each one.She ripped right in with both hands!
My mom and dad gave her a Yo Gabba Gabba microphone that she can sing along with the songs. She likes to sing really close to the mic so we can hear her beautiful voice.
She wanted to skate on Ty's long board--hang ten?
She wanted to feed her baby right away.
She got a baby doll for Christmas and it was quite the success. While we were eating breakfast, Bailey was back in the room playing with her doll in the box she came in. It was really funny; she was just quietly minding her own business.
Preparing for the cold, Christmas winter outside.
Here's our gansta Christmas picture. Brian got a do-rag in his stocking (just for fun), so we took a sweet picture with it. Bailey is so embarassed by the whole thing, she can't show her face.
Here's what we really look like Christmas morning.
Tera got a new bedspread to redo her bedroom.
My dad got dressed all nice and proper for Christmas this year--probably due to our late 7:30 start.
Family Christmas 2009
It was a fun end to the day when the Hamptons came over for dinner; we miss seeing them all the time since they live in Utah now. Bailey loved playing with Carly, Eve, and Benny. I got them all to play the fun game of "Let's pretend to sleep" and pose for a picture.
We attempted to take another family pic at the end of the day, but Bailey was totally done.
This upside down shot is the only attempted smile (even though it's mostly crying) we could get from Bailey at the end of Christmas day.