My heart is still so heavy for the lives lost in Connecticut. I am grieving for the mommies and daddies who will be without their babies this Christmas. I have been hugging my babies extra tight this week, reminding myself that although they may frustrate me, I praise God that they are still here with me. They can be called Home at any time and each day is a gift.
I am thankful for this beautiful girl who is starting to sit up on her own... although she only lasts about 2 seconds.
And this handsome boy who had a speaking line in his preschool Christmas program.
This was Lexi watching the football game in our hotel room at Disneyland.
She also helped us drive home ;)
And she's trying so hard to roll onto her tummy.
Ryan got a hand-me-down trampoline from a coworker and Jax is obsessed!
PS-the helmet was because he was riding his bike... although it may not be a bad idea since the trampoline doesn't have a net
This sibling love is undeniable. It makes my heart so very happy!
Christmas goodie-making in full swing. Gingerbread men, fudge, and toffee. Nom nom!
There has also been lots of baby food making
Hey, beautiful girl!
Jax and his friend Aiden. I took them to our neighborhood park last week. This was the only time Jax was happy. He spent the rest of the time crying because because Aiden "wasn't letting him be the leader". My kid is bossy, y'all!
And this pretty thing wore her first real dress to church on Sunday. It's such a pain to put her in dresses since she's so little, but I have a few that I wanted to get at least one use out of. Her Christmas one is SO cute!