Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Swings, Fire Trucks and Teeth . . . Oh My!

It's amazing how quickly things change! In one week, our little boy got his first tooth, learned how to wave bye-bye, became even more mobile, and got what Bren calls "man poop"! That's right, no more of those messy baby poop diapers! He's got one lonely little tooth on the bottom and it is precious . . . until it bites you!! OUCH! His waving is adorable and makes it hard for us to leave. He's had a lot of fun playing in the warm weather on the deck, and swinging and strollering (that's definitely not a word!!). What an incredible blessing he is!!! We hope you enjoy the little glimpses these pictures provide of his happy little personality.

Some pictures from our deck last weekend - isn't God incredible!!

Gotta love that little smirk!
Wyatt and cousin Ali after her high school graduation. Wyatt is wearing Tanner's preschool graduation hat . . . too cute! It's hard to believe that Ali is off to college in the fall!
My parents have this great little fire truck for Wyatt to play with, we think of Uncle Grant and Uncle Russell each time Wyatt rides it. He loves the little song it sings!
We set up a swing a couple of weeks ago, Wyatt giggles the whole time!

Wyatt, Ella (Wyatt's girlfriend) and Kate
Wyatt is very enamored by sweet Ella since her arrival a month ago!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Memorial Day

Our most recent cousin picture!

Snuggling with Uncle Quinn

We must have a dozen pictures of us in this spot with friends and family, it's fun to get our first picture in this spot with Wyatt!

Wyatt with Mama Lynn and Grandpa Mark on the cabin deck

We spent Memorial Day with the Hornecker side of the family at our cabin in Allenspark. It was such a busy and fun-filled weekend, that it was nice to spend Monday with the entire family relaxing at the cabin. Bren, Wyatt and I took a drive through Black Hawk, to Nederland and into the cabin - a new drive for all of us. On our way in to Allenspark we even saw some Alpine Sheep. All of the cousins took a trip down The Crevase - a hike we used to take as kids. We all realized that the trip was a lot easier with our dads and uncles lowering us down to another adult. Now that I'm a mom, I had a heck of a time being brave during this, annoying all of my cousins, by telling them to lean towards the mountain and watch their step! It was a great day, with surprise . . . a ton of great food!