Tuesday, February 26, 2008

A day at the park

The pure excitement of throwing bread at ducks.

Isn't she beautiful?

Lily's reaction to time to go.
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Day at the park!

Lily and Daddy going to feed the ducks.

Josh and Lily

Come on guys! Enough pictures. Let's feed those ducks!

Lily and Mommy.
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LOTS of personality

Sleeping soundly. Doesn't she look like she's 8 feet tall?

Trying to figure out why I think it's funny that she's only got on a diaper and has tried to hide in Grandma's pillows.

What are you doing, Mommy?

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The artist formerly known as "Ily"

Lily "Picasso" Stone

The artist at work


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Apparently, we waste money on toys. All she needs is a laundry basket. We have lots of those!

Silly little monkey.

Mommy's too big to get in the basket with you, baby. I'll sit by you though.
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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Big News!

I guess I should have posted this earlier, but Lily Stone has been paci-free since February 2nd. We found this "Bye-Bye Pacifier" book at Target in the $1 bins. In it, the mommy and daddy help the baby send all of the pacis to the babies they know. So we read the story the night before, and the next day, Lily and I found all of the pacis and put them in a big envelope. I carried her out to the mailbox and we "mailed" them to the babies. She was so excited. Not so excited that night when there was no paci, but she didn't ask for it at all. The next morning, the babies (whoever they are) had sent Lily back a small Abby Cadabby (Abbydabby at our house). Of course she got sick the next day and sure would have gotten more rest if we had just given the paci back, but we toughed it out and have been more than 2 weeks without the paci! Saturday she found one under Mommy and Daddy's bed, so we had to mail that one too.

We went to the park Saturday and I have some pictures to post whenever I find the cord for my camera.