Sunday, March 25, 2007

Hayden was a bit uncomfortable with the "Bubble Beard" thing.
Mom's helper;-)
Book worms.
Getting ready to see Dr. Leitzel and shots!
After the shots...Hayden LOVES French Fries. She prefers salt over sweets any day.
Performing a Sunday afternoon concert on Grandma's piano.

Is it just us, or do most of you parents get a kick out of stuffing your kids shirt full of blankets and watching them walk around. It's not torture, she LOVES it!


alicialauren said...

I love to watch Hayden play the piano. It is so cute to see her press down one key at a time like she's trying to come up with a real melody. I also love putting laundry down her shirt or just over her. On friday, she took a pile of shirts out of the basket I was folding and threw them on the floor. So, I picked them up and put them all on her, one after the other. She couldn't move or balance, but she thought it was pretty darn funny.

rjriegel said...

I can't believe how big your girls are getting! It seems like Maisie is changing almost on a daily basis. More and more she seems less like a baby and more like a little girl... She'll be 9 months in about a week.

Miss you guys!

candi said...

My boys stuff their own shirts and then run into eachother!! They love it. And it is all fun and games until someone gets hurt!!!

n. j. wunrow said...

hey sis, jane and i both agree that the posting of hayden and tailor photos makes us feel a little more like uncle and aunt, no ones taking our positions away from us are they? it'll be good to see you and the three kids this summer, tell ryan and the girls hello from the other side of the midwest,


"brother nathan" would make me sound like i'm black or something like it,

ME said...

wow. how prophetic. even at a young age, she is worshiping God on the piano. I look forward to her developing her talent for worship and hearing her one day in the future. to adults, it just looks like playing and whatnot; as someone who is involved with worship, I see the gift in her. i pray she developes it and never loses her love of it. I better stop now - prophecy is best done in person where it can be judged.

See you guys next Sunday!

-Scott Jones