Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Here's a good example of why having three kid's is easier that one or two. Alice is always asking me what she can do to help. She's graduated from picking out Mark's outfits to putting them on him as well. She's very patient and careful with the little wiggle worm.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Splish Splash

He's discovered two things:
1. I have hands and feet.
2. When I wiggle them, fun things happen.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


There are so many things that can distract a driver. I've heard of and/or done some of them myself. Eating, talking on the phone, picking your nose (my husband, not me), putting on make-up, texting, and I've even seen some people read. I know, READING, it just seems crazy to me. My best distraction is this:

This is the view from the drivers seat. I turn to check on the baby and he's staring at me with this sweet smile on his face. I say, "Mark, please? I'm trying to drive here. How can I look at the road when you're looking at me like that?" It doesn't help, he only smiles bigger because I'm talking to him and giving him attention. It's hard to force myself to look away for the sake of safety.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

My Guys

He drools so much that I ran out of bibs and had to improvise...I'm talking about the baby, by the way. But when Justin is old I'll be happy to do the same for him.
When these two walk into a room together it's like looking at the same person separated by 34 years. I wish I had a baby picture of my husband so I could put them side by side and really compare the two. They share more that just looks though. They're both happy, even tempered and they love me. Thanks guys!!