Wednesday, December 27, 2006

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree...

I hope that everyone had a fun Christmas. I have so far and my holiday isn't over yet either.

Mommy and Daddy took me on my first airplane ride to Chicago and then to Grand Rapids, MI. Grandpa Tom and Grandma Linda picked me up from the airport (I was sleeping) and then we went to their house. I got to meet a lot of new faces including my cousin Trevor. He is so entertaining for me. Mommy and Daddy are having fun and so am I. The only thing is that it is colder than I am used to, but I am hanging in there.

Today I am heading off to see Daddy's family for a few days. I look forward to meeting more new people; I am quite the socialite these days. Mommy and Daddy say it's good for me, but in doses so I don't get overwhelmed - their right, you know.

The new year is nearly upon us, so I am working on my resolution. When it is finalized, I'll let you all know.

Until next time!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

13 Weeks or 3 Months?

Well, well, well, what a big week I had. Plus, I turned exactly 3 months today! Here's a pictorial look at some of my events that included a visit from Grandpa Tom and Grandma Linda, seeing Aunt Erin graduate from college, playing in the backyard, hanging with Mommy, and posing for Christmas.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Through the Desert

I made my first long trip last weekend. Daddy and Mommy took me to Arizona. We drove through the mountains and the desert; I slept.
We got to see our friends and Joshua and I are quickly becoming a thing. We'll see, I have a beau named Daniel, too.
Mommy and I went for a walk on a golf course. I was hungry, so she fed me an kept walking. She's pretty talented. I guess most of us girls can do more than one thing at a time. Daddy, on the other hand, is pretty much a one-thing-at-a-time-kinda-guy. Oh well, that's typical.I am getting ready for Christmas. In fact, we have only 12 days left! Yay!

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

1 + 1 = 11

Today I celebrated the 11-week anniversary of coming into the world. I am thankful that God has given me each of these 77 days. Every one of them has been different, new, and exciting. I have met so many people, seen so many neat things, and experienced many highs and lows. What a wild ride we are on as humans!

Though only 77 days old, I have found most individuals to be very kind. Maybe it's because I am so cute, but their sincerity seems genuine. Maybe it's my tongue. I guess I can only take their actions for face value.

On a different note I had some firsts this last week. I had my first babysitters and I went to my first Christmas at the Prado. Our family had lots of fun.

Well, it's getting late so I must retire for the night. I hope your adventures are great. Love all and keep it simple.