Monday, November 30, 2009

Hair Bow Party!!

There is a friend in my ward that is hosting a hair bow party! For those of you with little girls, or those that like to wear cute bows yourself, this would be a great opportunity to not only purchase a cute bow for a really great price, but help out a friend trying to start a business. It would even make a great Christmas present for one of your friends. Here is a link with all of the information:

If you don't have facebook, here is the link for her website online:

Hope to see you at the party!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Story Time

Heather has become a lot more interested in reading books. She still tries to eat them most of the time when I am reading to her, but at night when Daniel is reading to her she seems very involved in the story. She is also learning to turn off the light. Here's a video. Hope you enjoy!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Halloween and other stuff

To start off our Halloween festivities, we had family home evening with the Standage family. We had dinner, a lesson, and then we carved pumpkins. It was lots of fun!

Heather had a lot of fun helping...

But not so much fun washing up.

Halloween weekend we went up to Park City to have a murder mystery weekend with our friends from Georgia, the Hortons. There were two other couples there, and we had LOTS of fun. It is a lot different when you are the only one with a baby though. We dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood, Granny, and the woodsman (complete with skinned wolf). Here we see little red attacking the wolf.

In other news, Heather is becoming much more mobile and active. I used to be able to do homework when she was awake, but that is becoming much harder now. I have to keep getting her out of sticky situations. Like this one:

She LOVES her baths and playing with a kitchen sponge that I cut in half. (It was new.) It doubles as a toothbrush. :)

Great news! Only 4 more weeks of classes for Daniel and I! We will be done with our second to last semester! We have applied for graduation, registered for our last semester of classes, and are so excited to be (almost) done with our undergraduate education!