Sunday, January 17, 2010


There is sound to it but it didn't pick up her little baby noises. Just her sneezes and I think you can hear me a little bit. Usually when you push her cheeks together she smiles real big but she was too focused on the webcam infront of her haha! But she does give a few good smiles :-)

Sunday, January 10, 2010


I am still learning how to do these posts correctly and I see that I added the same picture twice. Since the post doesn't show the pictures but rather the file location or whatever, it is really hard to delete just the one picture. Unless there is a way that I don't know..
Anyway, to add some comments to the pictures.. the first one is undeniable proof that Ily is totaly her father's child! She looks exactly like him! We laugh that all she gets from her mom is her whining and restlessness! Others are from her first few days in the world. The one where she was laying in a yellow nightie was taken up in Michigan. Ily was SO fussy one night and finally Micah told me to take her feet out of her nightie and as soon as I did, she calmed down! She is so long that anything that has feet bother her because she can't stretch her feet out all the way. She can't wear any newborn outfits that have feet because of this. She can still wear newborn onsies without feet but everything else is 0-3 months. Her newborn pants look more like capri pants on her!
I have lots of recent pictures that we have taken since we have been home but during our traveling, I lost the cord to connect the camera to the computer. So until we either find it or get a new one, those pictures will remain on the camera!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

To 2010

There are a couple new pictures of Ily. I will get the rest up once we find our camera cord to get the pictures onto the computer!
It's a new year and Micah and I are very excited to see what it has in store for our new family! Ily is doing great, she weighs 9lbs and is almost 1 month old already! She is "talking", saying "oh" and smiling! It warms our hearts! We can't wait until she can actually talk so she can let us know what's wrong with her when she gets fussy. I think the hardest part of parenthood is seeing your child upset and not knowing how to make it better.