Our Baby Girl is 7 Months Old

Holly is now 7 months old. She loves to eat which like her brothers is not reflected in these stats. 26" tall (35%) & 15 lbs 7 oz (25%). She is a very happy baby. Constantly smiling, giggling, laughing out loud & trying to be involved with anything her brothers do.
She has many loves right now. Her brothers, especially Johnnie
her grandpa
& my face especially my chin. She puts her hands on my face every time I hold her but when she's hungry she sucks on my chin. It's very cute & we NEED TO GET IT ON VIDEO.
These last group of photos were taken during Holly's 7 month photo shoot after she had received 2 shots. Even those didn't seem to ruin her day or her personality. And they are just so her. Pleased with herself.
Seriously intense with her expressive eyes.
And constantly trying to melt our hearts with her smiley self. Thank you for the daily smiles sweetie. We love you!


The Hair-Do

Last week Johnnie went with his Auntie Kim & Joe to get a haircut. Afterwards he asked if they could spike his hair. He wanted his hair to look like his baby sister. And as soon as he came home he asked if I could take some photos of him with his new hair do & his new practiced smile. And of course then we had to take some of him with his little look alike but you will have to check the blog tomorrow to see those photos. For now enjoy my SUPER MAN.


Play Ball

A new season. A new sport. A chance to make new friends. A chance to excel & have fun.
Johnnie is now playing T-Ball.
So far there have been 3 practices, an opening day parade & one game & I can honestly say that we are happy to be a Baseball Family (for now anyway.) This weekend was the first game. It was so fun. Johnnie's team, the Pirates, played the Dodgers. It was such a great experience. Every parent, family member & friend yelled & hollered for every kid on the field no matter what uniform they were wearing. It was just so fun to watch the kids rolling around on the ground, piling on top of each other trying to get the ball. Johnnie earned the nickname of Wheels. No matter what position he was playing he would run after every single ball that was hit. He enjoyed himself. He ran his heart out. He shared some laughs with his teammates.And I think his favorite part was that his daddy was out on the field with him helping coach. And it wasn't just fun for him but every member of his family that came out to watch. We love you wheels! Go Pirates!