Monday, February 21, 2005
Parents are weird. They were sitting down at the table again tonight, but instead of just eating like they usually do, they kept looking at me and smiling. Before I knew what was happening, Mommy spooned this stuff in my mouth. It tasted like milk, but it wasn't milk. It was kinda squishy like a pacifier, but it wasn't a pacifier. I think I'll call it macifier, or maybe pilk. It's kinda pointless stuff. Just runs down your chin all the time, but it sure made Mom and Dad laugh, so I played along.
Posted by SensoryMommy at 6:29 PM
Saturday, February 19, 2005
How many adults does it take to watch a baby?? In my case since I am extra special....4! Mom and dad went out to dinner so Great Aunt Monica, Great Uncle Fran, Uncle Keegan and Gina all decided they wanted to baby-sit. I decided to show off a little and taught them all about diaper explosions. It was so much fun. I hope we get to hang out again some time.
Posted by SensoryMommy at 6:27 PM
Sunday, February 6, 2005
Today was a very special day! It was my baptism. So many special people came to share in my big day. Mom and dad's very special friend "Grandpa" Dick came all the way up from Az. to baptize me along with Rev. Gray. Mom and dad and everyone in my church family promised to teach me all about God and to help me come to love him in my life just like they do. After church, mom and dad had a big party just for me! Grandma and Grumpy, Aunt Meg, Uncle Shawn, Uncle Keegan, Uncle Kevin, Gramps, Lynn, "Grandpa" Dick, Great Uncle Fran, Great Aunt Monica, my God Parents Kevin and Vera, the Gray family and the Hanson family all came to celebrate. I want to thank them for their wonderful gifts that they gave to help me start my journey of faith.
Posted by SensoryMommy at 6:26 PM
Saturday, February 5, 2005
I was able to meet "Grandpa" Dick today! He was so neat. He talked to me and made me laugh for 5 minutes! No one has ever been able to get me to do that before. He even helped me fall asleep when I had a bad tummy ache. I was so happy to be able to play with him.
Posted by SensoryMommy at 6:25 PM