Well since Easter a lot has happened. I've been baptized, I now have two teeth, I've been up to Iowa again and attempted to pick some tulips in Pella, I've turned 4 months old, I celebrated Cinco de Mayo, my parents got a camcorder, I've met both of my Great Grandfather's as well as a few more Great Aunts and cousins, I celebrated my wonderful Mommy and her first Mother's Day, my baths have been moved from the kitchen sink to the bathtub, I've started to eat food, I've been on another date, I've turned 5 months old, and I've watched 3 more NASCAR races. Let me tell you, it's been a busy two months. Here's a collections of photos over the past two months. There are quite a few of them, but then again a lot has happened.
I'm so glad that it is almost summer time and the warmer weather is here. My parents have been taking me to the park and I really enjoy the swing. It's also nice not having to wear long sleeves all the time, but now I have to put on sunscreen instead. I'm looking forward to being at home with my Mommy next week when the daycare is closed. I hope you all have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and I'll try to get another posting done before another two months passes us by.
Helping Daddy with his fantasy baseball drafts. "I told you not to get this player Daddy, it's no wonder why you are in last place!"
Sitting by the flowers.
Is this the smile you are looking for Mommy?
What is this? I'm not so sure I like Asparagus.
The purring cat from Great Grandfather T.
Why is my head getting wet?
My beautiful baptism dress. (Thank you Mary!)
Four generations of stunning women.
Great Grandfather T and me
Play date with Keston.
4 generations (again) with Great Grandpa Richard.
Pella Tulips ...
Grandma B and me playing.
Great Aunt Joan and me.
Do you like my bracelets my Daddy gave me?
Here comes my first bite ...
Not so sure I like this stuff. Can I have my milk please?
Now what am I suppose to do?
Happy Mother's Day Mommy! I LOVE YOU!!!
I like the swing ...
More, more, more ...
This is fun.
Giddy up! Come on Big Brown ... I saw you run faster than this at the Derby.