Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Our Kids...Our Family

Today we have been a family of four for six months. We love it. We love spending time together as a family and it has been so rewarding being able to experience the love of our children. Mackenzie has changed so much in the past six months...she actually can sit up, laugh from her belly at daddy, eat baby food and is getting her bottom two baby teeth.


Camping is the new thing that our family LOVES to do. It has been great to focus on our kids and get away for a weekend. We purchased a travel trailer and have not regretted it since the day we purchased it. We are sad that we are done camping for the season and we are already looking forward to next year!




Go Irish!

I'm speechless...not real sure what words to say other than she loves us!

Tegegn has been acting like a dog for a couple of weeks now. He wanted dog food for a snack, served to him in a dish on the floor, like Dillon, my parents dog. The only trick Dillon can do is place his dish on the table...my son finished his dog food and then proceeded to place his dish on the table like Dillon. He was so proud of himself.

A walk on the railroad tracks to see the bridge always ends up carrying Tegegn home...I should have known better.

She looks stunned...it could be because Tegegn was in her crib giving her toys and she was not real sure how to react.

Go Colts! The season is underway...we are cheering loud for our team!

Our little dinosaur....asleep....

Tegegn LOVES his baby sister....it is hard to keep him off of her.



Everynight Tegegn begs us to go on the railroad tracks behind our house. For Halloween, he is going to be a conductor...he thought of this himself.

On Saturday we went to the Notre Dame game. Afterwards, we met up with our friends, the Bells. Tegegn and Hudson (both from Ethiopia) are best buds and are only 2 days apart.









I am so glad that memories last a lifetime. Until next time....

1 comment:

Paul, Julie, and Charlie Brewer said...

Great pictures! They are too cute. Getting so big and so full of smiles.