Saturday, February 21, 2009

Look at this face! Who could resist?

This is one of the oneies Mommy was able to quickly pull over MK's head.

Tummy time

"Tummy time isn't so bad."

"I am over this!"


Anonymous said...

Those new pictures are too cute! I love them all!
Wendy H.

Megan Thiel said...

She is adorable!! She seems to enjoy tummy time as much as Kayley did at that age!

Wendy S said...

I have been away from the blog for a few days and I have truly missed it. She is beautiful.

I am so proud of you...this motherhood thing is not easy!!!! It is only harder if you lie to yourself. I personally think you have the best pediatrician in the world and the fact you can cry to her is one of the things that makes us love her so.

All my love to you, Travis and MK

Wendy S.

Kelly Lee said...

I just want to eat her up!!! She is just too cute! Hurry summer time:) Love you guys, Kelly Jean

Terry Sowell said...

Honesty ~ wow I feel like my life is such a whirlwind that I don't have time to think of ways to be dishonest. First of all, all children are different. It is hard for me to believe that Maggie and Morgan have the same parents. What works for one never seems to work for the other. What I do know is that God has taught me much with each of my children. They are worth every pain they bring. Do know that your heart is now walking around outside your body. I will say that the infancy years were not my favorite. Everything is wonderful at age 4! Have a great week! Love you! Aunt Terry

Justin and Jessica Jones said...

She just keeps getting cuter and cuter. I am DYING to be able to hold her...can't wait to see you IN PERSON...miss your note in the mail...totally not necessary but thanks.
:) Jessica

Celeste said...

Okay so I am going to be honest now. I hated the thought of breastfeeding.. Oh my gosh something latched on to me! Now way that was never a option for me!! They say that it brings you closer to your child and helps keep them healthy. Well my little one is a momma boy and healthy as ever. There is no way any mom has all the answers. It is all a learn and go process.. Or at least it was for me!! When Preston was born it all hit me.. Oh crap I have to take this child home and take care of it.. I have no idea what to do -- I have even change a diaper before in my life.. But it all worked out. I will honestly say it was the most scariest thing in the world to me. When he was first born I had depression and it was all b/c I didnt think I could do it.. but thanks to my mom - she helped me through it. Heather you or a strong woman and a great mom. No one has all the answers.. but it is the greatest feeling in the world to see the smile on that little ones face and realizes how much you can love something. No one can explain the feeling of motherhood until you have experienced it for yourself. The scary parts and the attachment you have with your child.
I feel alot better now!! Thanks for letting me open up.