Don't let the look on Lia's face fool you, she went to town on the squash today for a first try. This is more the face for the baby cereal. Every trick, funny face, tickle has been tried but she won't open her mouth to eat cereal. Squash, yes.
Lia is almost able to sit up on her own except that she pushes with her legs to lean back. It figures, coming from the girl that sleeps with both hands behind her head (not the typical baby touchdown pose, but truly behind the head), just loungin'. Chill and laid back in every way.
pretty in pink
my little cowgirl, trying out a new dress from the neighbors
We cooked up a pasta dinner for the team Sunday night before conference. Thank goodness Martha had just gotten in to town and help me get it all together. I bet she got more than she bargained for! And we cooked more than we bargained for; spaghetti anyone?
Part of the deal for swimmers is to dye their hair and/or get wacky hair cuts before conference because they're going to shave their heads anyways. There's Grace tucked in with some of her favorite guys, Josh, Chappy and Ste'b'en.
On a legitimate cold and snowy day, Baxter didn't want to stress himself, so he made sure to bask in the sun and lay by the fire. As if he has any stress in his life... You wouldn't think, but apparently he does- look at all that gray hair!
So happy... So cute...
big gummy grin
It was truly cold, the snow was very powdery and did not pack well for snowballs. But it was melted away by 3 that afternoon.
Waking up to a snowy morning in Texas? That's just not supposed to happen! I was loving the cold but I think that is just because I know it won't last but a week at the most. Sometimes its fun to have a good excuse to stay inside all day and cuddle up. I can say that because this past week we have been in the mid-70's all week, feeling more like April than February. Gotta love Texas!