Friday, July 27, 2007
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
While dad was out eating good food, Maggie missed him. She found one of his golf shirts in the laundry (the one she gave him for his b-day) and wore it around the house. We also played with the camera.
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
She's also learned to tease and taunt me. She would take handfuls of sand, open her mouth, and pretend to put it in her mouth. I'd say, "nooooo....." and she'd put it down. She finally decided to follow through and below is the picture of the mud on her face from eating it.
Monday, July 23, 2007
Friday, July 20, 2007
We also had our first date since Maggie arrived. Our fantastic neighbor agreed to babysit and we headed out for some fun. We went to a local restaurant, Martini's Bistro, and had appetizers and then dessert (we'd already eaten mac n cheese with Maggie). It was really nice. We did come home to a Maggie that had refused to go to sleep for her sitter. Good thing our neighbor is so patient and didn't seem to mind a bit.
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Here she is trying on my sunglasses.
sister that she loves. She carried around the books all day and paged through them again and again. I read them to her and she squealed at the rhymes.
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
Once she decided THAT was boring she moved onto my canvas Trader Joe's grocery bag and somehow got it over her shoulder....so it's out of the way while she empties my file drawer.
Monday, July 16, 2007
We still hit the Rhythm on the River festival for food, music, and play. It was a pretty good time! They had a lot of fun activities for older kids so by next year Maggie will be in heaven. She still enjoyed her sand play and Play Doh (although I'm pretty sure I enjoyed that more than she did).
Saturday night Patrick took Maggie while I headed out with our neighbor to a scrapbooking party-thingy. It was an.....interesting crowd. (Although the snack table was good.) It made me realize how way far behind I am. Time to renew my scrapbooking mojo as Ashby would say.
Sunday morning Maggie was slightly cranky so we spent almost 45 minutes turning our coasters like tops on our coffee table. That entertained her until morning nap.
She was a wild thing at church. Luckily there are like six million babies in our ward so mine is never alone in her mischief. After church Patrick tried the Pioneer Woman recipe for chicken sandwiches. They were super good! I love that my husband cooks (he balances out my laziness in the kitchen).
Here's a video of Maggie walking around.
Tings are addictive and come in a bag that is completely possible to eat in one sitting but yet, not meant to be. Yes, I've eaten an entire bag in one sitting--several times. Don't judge me.
Oh, and the Pirate's Booty with caramel isn't half bad either. There may have been a few bags of this that bit the dust this past weekend.