Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
I think most people would agree that having a photo booth at a reception is a great idea. It was a total hit at Robert and Stephanie's reception. Ammon was so excited about the whole thing that he had to try it three times, two of them are shown here for your viewing pleasure!!
We haven't had much luck getting good video of Ammon, but this is him sitting up and playng with his chick. I think that qualifies as multitasking, his mommy would be so proud!!
Monday, May 11, 2009
This is our little garden behind our apartment complex. As you can tell some of the plants are thriving and some are not. The ones that are having the hardest time are transplants, I don't know if that has anything to do with it. We've planted squash, cucumber, tomato, bell pepper and probably something else that I've forgotten.
Mr. Ammon man is getting quite grabby with his little paws, it does not matter what it is, if its with in claw distance he will be after it. He's a pretty funny kid, I've been watching him at church and he seems to be attracted to colors of green and deep reddish pink.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
We took our first real family pictures last Friday! Any one with kids knows how difficult it can be to help them hold still, look in the right direction and smile all at the same time, not to mention keep there hands in a suitable position. Ammon, in the upper picture is doing what we call the "fish hook." Sometimes he does the "Double fish hook," that's two fingers with the same hand or fingers from both hands hooking his lip. Would you guess that these two cousins are almost 4 months apart. At five months Ammon is about 18.2 pounds and approx. 28 inches tall.
The Happy Family!
Friday, May 1, 2009
Ammon is continuing to progress! His hair is slowly growing back, it's coming in blond this time, just his mom and dad when they were midgets. Lately he has been practicing sitting up and hand eye coordination. We started him on rice cereal a few weeks ago, he likes it. This morning he was eying our pancakes as we were feeding him. I could almost hear his thoughts, "Good is bad, if it keep you from something better."
Heather and I have both received differnet callings. Before Ammon was born we taught classes together in the primary. Now we are both in the scouting program. I am an assistant scout master over the 11 year old boys. Heather helps organize and execute the cub scout Pack Meetings every month. Heather Also started a new job this week with Salad Master (cookware companey) doing front office work. She is done by 1pm so she still gets to spend most of her day Ammon-the mighty midget of baby giberish.