We've had some busy weeks since Emalynn has been born! Thankfully she is a WONDERFUL sleeper! She is sleeping 8 hours through the night and I didn't even have to work at it! I feel very blessed!
A few weeks after she was born we headed back to the preschool to wrap up the year! It actually went very well. She slept most of the day and the kids just loved having her....as we'll as Miss Kayla and Miss Michele who were more than willing to hold her any time they could! It was nice to wrap up the year and say good-bye to our kids that will be heading off to Kindergarten! All of the kids at the Preschool are so precious to me.
Emalynn is starting to stay awake a little more during the day and she LOVES to smile! The boys just love her and want to be a "little too close" all the time :) I try to explain that she can see them better if they back up a little....but it is just sooooo hard for them to stay away! They both talk to her in this high pitched voice. I keep telling them that her first words are going to be said in that tone and it's going to drive me crazy but they don't seem to care!
She's grown so much already! I can't believe that I'm already having to go through her clothes to see what needs to be put away......it just happens so fast!
We are loving having a precious little girl around our house and I'm getting use to pink! Her room is actually one of my favorites in our house! :)
Here are some pictures I've taken as well as some from my sister-in law Cammie! You'll be able to tell which ones she took! :)
Landon reading her a story.....so precious.
Her monkey from Grandma Cheryl.....looks so big right now.
Her first Sunday at Church
A picture with Great Grandma......
My friend Kayla got me these stickers for each month up to a year to watch how she grows! I made sure I put her in my favorite dress for the picture!
Look at that RED hair! I love it! :)
Thank you Cammie for taking pictures for me! These last ones were taken in the hospital waiting room when we were all together waiting for my Dad to get out of surgery! It's amazing what you can do with a blanket and a great camera!