Saturday, August 22, 2009

Photographically Challenged

You'd think that we would be able to get a good shot in one take...afterall, Jessica is a pro-fessional and I reallllly like to take pictures (and do it quite often). But after this "photo session", I realized that we are quite photographically challenged when it comes to setting up the self timer to take pictures of ourselves. It literally took more than 15 pictures to get one good shot (where we were actually ready and looking at the camera). I like candids though, and we got plenty of those!

Love you, Jess. Miss you already! Can't wait to see you Thursday. Mwah!

Jess getting in place so I could know where to set the camera, but then I forgot to set it to self-timer and when I pushed the button it just took a regular ole picture. Duh #1.


We had no idea The Cakes was back there making a fool of himself.

Why do we keep moving back so far?

Fantastical, finally.

Friday, August 7, 2009

4 week old Isaac

Here are a few pictures of our new little Isaac. He is fluffing right up!

Monday, August 3, 2009

Wilson World

I take it back. Isaac does spit up...often. And he does occasionally blow out his diaper. I knew it was a-comin' but I had hoped I missed out those baby blessings.
Everything is going pretty well here in Wilson World however. Ella Rose still hasn't bit or slapped or kicked or fell on or head-butted Isaac (yet). I just knew that she was gonna be ultra angry that he is in her house being taken care of by her mommy and daddy. But actually, I think she kind of likes him. She has adjusted quite nicely. Isaac is only 4 weeks old, so she could morph in to an angry toddler-monster, but hopefully she will remain a sweetie.
The big change with Ella Rose is that she has become a sold out 100% Daddy's Girl. She is seriously so attached to him, and I (secretly) think it is so precious. What's not too precious is when she busted on the kitchen floor (as she does at least 6 times a day) and I quickly ran over to her to make it all better, and that little girl proceeded to run away from me, flailing her arms and screaming! She ran to her daddy - like I can't make it better or something. Only daddy can?? What's going on here? Most kids will take any pity they can get...but not her. She only wants Daddy's pity. But I do think it's pretty cute. I worked long and hard at getting her to fall in love with her daddy. When he is at work, we talk about him and look at pictures of him. When the phone rings, it's always Daddy. And and after lunch I tell her at least 100 times "Daddy's gonna be home soon". Daddy is the superstar around here, and apparently she has now caught on.
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