Saturday, May 26, 2007

New Haircut (and new camera)

I almost cried when the stylist cut 3 inches off of Addy's hair to make this cute little bob. Her bangs have never been cut, so we went for the big chop in hopes to even it out. Anyway, it will grow back, right? This picture is taken with my new camera without any computer editing. I am in love (with my camera and Addy, of course).

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Addy loves her swimsuit

A couple days ago she wanted to put it on all by herself. Result below:

Let's just say the front view was equally revealing. This girl has a mind of her own. Just try telling her this isn't the way it goes! In typical Addy-fashion, she had a heart attack when I made her change into real clothes before going to the store.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Preschool Spring Tea

Carson had his Spring Tea at Preschool yesterday for Mother's Day (and Dad's came to watch too). He was so sweet! He really does well with all the singing. I couldn't believe how well he knew all the songs! He has been singing them at home for months. Here is a little clip with some highlights. He sure makes us smile.

Oh, and in the song, it is root, root, root for the "Mariners!"...a tough one to pronounce!

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