Monday, September 17, 2007
Well, it has been awhile since I've posted. The time is sure flying by! In order to "catch up", I'm posting pictures of the boys, Hannah and Jacob. I found out that I need to take more pictures. They are changing so fast and learning new things all the time. The boys are nearly 6 months old. It's hard to believe that they are growing up so fast. They are rolling all over and are anxious to start eating at the table with us. One fantastic thing is that they are sleeping almost 10 hours every night!! YEAH for the babies and YEAH for mom (I get to sleep, too!)
Here are a few pictures of Hannah in action...
It has been nearly a year and a half since Hannah lost her two bottom teeth. So finally, her top teeth have come out. Each within a week of each other. She is proud to say she pulled it out herself. Here she is with the first tooth gone.
The second tooth has an interesting story. It was extremely loose on a Friday night. She had been working on it all day long. Of course she didn't want anyone to touch it but her. That night she went to bed. The next morning she came in and announced that her tooth was gone... literally. She had woken up and found that it was missing. She searched her bed, the floor, everywhere, but couldn't find it. We decided that maybe she had swallowed it during the night. She also told us that she had dreamt that she had pulled it out. Maybe it wasn't a dream after all. That night she wrote the tooth fairy a note and explained that indeed her tooth was gone, but she couldn't find it to put it under her pillow and she hoped that the tooth fairy would understand. Of course she did and Hannah was happy about that. The funny thing was when we moved Hannah's furniture around a few weeks later, we found her tooth between her bed and the wall. She was thrilled. She was hoping to put it back under her pillow that night in hopes of "fooling" the tooth fairy. We explained that she probably would know that it was the "missing" tooth and probably wouldn't leave anything this time. She agreed and needless to say, she still wanted to leave the tooth so the tooth fairy could take it. Here's a picture of her now with her toothless grin!
Jacob had a small accident at Aunt Lyndy's house involving a door. He got a huge goose egg on his forehead. He had such a hard time keeping an icepack on it that we decided to strap it to his head. He looked very funny, but it worked! (He is just fine now in case anyone was wondering!)