Monday, October 4, 2010
She started her day out by going to a birthday party for Madison's friend at Celina's Big Orange Pumpkin Patch. The longhorn kept looking at the feeding cups in the stroller's cup holders. We quickly moved after the picture.
Love those big brown eyes. Thanks dad for making them possible!
Abigail's 2nd attempt to eating oatmeal cereal. (Her older siblings didn't do well with rice cereal, so we went straight to Gerber's oatmeal baby cereal.)
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Miss Abigail has started to smile and it just melts ya' every time! She is 6 weeks old already!!! I have been wanting to take some baby pictures, but baby acne has not been friendly to her. Hopefully this is not an indicator of her teenage years. Angela was great positioning her and editing the photos. I am trilled with the results! THANK YOU ANGELA! Here are a few of my favorites:
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Knowing it was a 20 hour drive, without counting the bathroom breaks needed for a pregnant woman, we knew the drive should be broken up on the way out to allow me to survive the week.
Day 1- We left Saturday afternoon and drove about 5 1/2 hours to Midland, TX. Our hotel accomadations at LaQuinta were interesting....
Zachary, not Madison, took regular naps during our driving days. So cute wrapped in his favorite blanket.
Madison loved "reading" from the US atlas map book. We are very thankful to some friends that let us borrow their GPS and saved me from buying an ink cartridge.
Phoenix, AZ was are stopping spot for Day 2. Zachary and Madison were so excited to see their cousins!
Monday, January 18, 2010
The Sweeney family being served as the dinosaur's lunch. As you walked through it's mouth and neck, you could see the realistic size of its internal organs.
Zachary being so brave in front of the 46 foot tall T-Rex.
Madison didn't mind the dinosaurs that were about her size. . .
but she didn't mind having daddy carry her as the dinosaurs got bigger in size and sound.
Madison wasn't as afraid of the dinosaurs after she found her fighting stick, but daddy was very afraid of it.
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Zachary kindly helping his sister look at the camera. Such innocence in those eyes!
Friday, January 1, 2010
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
But there was still the beef bullion cubes on the top shelf, and those must be candy- or so she thought. Funny girl!