Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Fashion Icon Lily

Please note:
Pink hat
Red shirt
Pink panties
Purple Crocs
Orange popcorn purse
Lucky Charms chapstick
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Mee-Maw Christmas!

Sara-Beth just before she opened her Santa beers!

Kellie and her tree

Apparently something was funny.

Another one of Christy for my collection.
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Beth and her snowflake

Marie and her fantastic Judson ornament!

Susan and I are missing, but we were there, of course! Mee-maw Christmas was great. It was wonderful to see all of my friends at once and catch up. I love these girls. I still think it's amazing the we are completely different, but we manage to love each other. God has truly blessed me with friends like these.
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Christmas has come!

Our little Santa. (Yes, she is wearing prison pjs. Daddy got them for her last February from Alcatraz. Yes, she can still wear them and does at least once a week.)

Lily made her own special Christmas candy while Grandma, Heather and Mommy made candy.

Do you see how excited she was when they finally came out of the bag?

Pure concentration!
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I post this one because it has a funny story. The baby Lily has is a Cabbage Patch I had when I was about 10. His name was Daniel. Lily has stripped of his clothes and says he is a girl. Her name is Brown Baby. "Ily's Bown Baby" came to Christmas at Aunt Debra's with us.

"Oh my gosh! Do you see all of this stuff I got, Mama?"

"I love this froggy soap." Mommy hopes that it turn the bath water lime green just like the ducky made it so yellow it looked like Lily peed a gallon in the tub!

Personally, I think this was the best present Lily got. It's the Big Picture Story Bible. I recommend it to my many pregnant friends (or ones with kids). Beth had it for Hannah and I decided Lily needed it to. It is a very good presentation of most of the Bible stories, but shows them all looking toward Jesus. It is also not a dumbed down version. One of the Bibles we got had the entire New Testament as the baby in the manger, Jesus loves the little children, and then Jesus disappears. Literally, it said and then Jesus disappeared. This is a much better presentation. Lily and I are on our second time through. She really likes it. We read a couple of sections before bed. I love it and it's so funny to hear Lily say the names, like Issac, Abraham, and Jesus.
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Wednesday, January 09, 2008


Lily says if Mommy doesn't post Christmas pictures soon, she's gonna get the look!
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