Nevermind that it is 10 degrees outside. The boys love their new jeep and have made numerous trips out in the cold to ride it!
Month: December 2014
Pretty soon she is going to expect Alex to come play with her after every nap.
We had a great Christmas, but let’s just recap the sickness part.
Holly – some kind of head cold and laryngitis on the 20-21st
Kaitlyn – grumpy from cutting a tooth on the 25th
Teague – eye surgery on the 26th
Judy – diagnosed with the flu on the 26th
Wade – diagnosed with Bronchitis on the 28th
Kaitlyn – diagnosed with an ear infection on the 31st
One of the only ways Gram gets time with all three.
He was truly this excited over every gift he opened.
Can’t you just see how hard it is for him to wait?
Alex was so excited when Mary’s son offered to take him fishing in B’s pond.
Teague in “silver car.”
B and Kaitlyn.
Another house. Another baby gym.
Teague had surgery scheduled this morning for 7:30. Dr. Lyon came in early to do the surgery and planned a quick procedure to roll the eyelid outwards. The anesthesiologist was fantastic and talked with us a long time before deciding how to put Teague to sleep. Due to the nature of the procedure and his past history waking up, she recommended an IV anesthesia.
Trying out his new experiment kit.
Making chicken noodle soup for Granny.
Hello baby doll.
Thank goodness for Legos when the entire rest of the family takes a break from Christmas for a nap.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a little pouting.
(He wanted to help Wade and Alex label the tops of my spice jars.)
Kaitlyn may have gotten one of my favorite gifts this Christmas. Granny had her baby bracelet repaired and gave it to Kaitlyn in her stocking.
The mopey snuggles should have been a good clue that Kaitlyn was getting a tooth (her second) for Christmas.
Basket presents – it’s almost Christmas Eve.
Making bouncy balls.
(And only this three year old would have the patience to stand in the same spot for 10 minutes waiting till the timer beeped.)
Bananas are good.
Showing Granny Christmas songs on Mom’s phone.
Pop found the bell on the tree and Kaitlyn was enthralled.
Wade and I are a little excited to be back in a traditional church and have things like a children’s christmas program – with costumes! The kids did a great job with their songs and Alex was amazingly tolerant. There was a little girl behind him that kept poking him and pulling off his head covering. He would quietly ask her to stop or simply try to put it back on his head (which explains how it looks towards the end). Teague started the program with his thumb in his mouth, warmed up to a little singing, and then got tired and just had a seat in the front row.
Alex very appropriately opened his basket present full of UK gear this morning – and then loved watching the game and cheering for the Cats.
It’s a glow-accessory kind of night.
I love a baby grabbing her toes.
If only this had happened before he got in so much trouble.
These boys couldn’t wait till after Kaitlyn’s morning nap to get out in the snow. When I came downstairs I found them playing out on the walkway – with no shoes!