Here are some photos from our vacation earlier this summer. Austin and I had a great time with my family exploring the Red Rock Country of Arizona plus the Grand Canyon (and even Las Vegas! AHH).
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I have much to be thankful for and praise my Savior about. Some happenings in the past few months:
In March, we flew to Chicago and drove to Iowa City to see these lovelies!
Judah had fun digging into his baseball cake.
Coming soon, pictures of our travels out west.
I made one of my quickest trips this past weekend up to Ohio for Maddie’s dedication. I arrived Saturday morning around 10 and left Sunday evening just after 7. It was well worth the trip to see my family on Maddie’s special day.
This poor baby got sick enough to need nebulizers. 😦 She is so good though and lets Mom and Dad give her the medicine.
She’s such a happy baby even if she is sick.
She loves bathtime.
Pretty momma=pretty baby.
I love baby dedications. They are so meaningful for even me as an aunt to commit to show Christ to my nieces and nephews.
Such doting grandparents.
She’s such a big girl. I LOVED being there!
We had some great company last weekend.
The guest of honor– Master Judah.
We are so glad that Aubrey and Jeff came down.
Searching for seaglass.
The cutest rising left handed first baseman.
Just call him Mr. Miyagi.
Austin and I have decided on a new tradition for decorating for Christmas: order Chinese, bake cookies, and watch a Christmas movie.
Christmas blessings in Ohio.
I don’t know what they were all excited about, but apparently it was funny.
Dad suprised Mom with a beautiful new ring.
Maddie was excited too.
Mich and Jer had friends over for a Minute to Win It party. We lost horribly.
Mmmmm… Mama Santa’s: Little Italy.
Cruising around Downtown Cleveland.
I loved the comforts and sights of home. Charleston does not have hometown donut shops.
Mom and Dad’s house was so warm and comfortable, it was hard to leave.
Posts to come regarding the new year.
… delivering a cookbook to Grandma to help with all the cooking, including our early Thanksgiving Dinner.
… supervising the start of a T-shirt quilt and the new curtains in the background.
…putting the finishing touches on the bathroom.
But it was seriously hard work for her, so we finished while she napped all day long. Mom and I had dueling sewing machines. We raced to see who could get rows done quicker and Mom would’ve won if her needle didn’t break. 🙂
Austin and Dad built a beautiful headboard! I can’t wait to put the finished product our bedroom!
We had an incredibly productive weekend, and even made it out of the house Saturday morning to go to the market and for a walk down King Street.
It was so fun for Austin to meet Maddie! And I’m so glad Mom, Dad and Mich wanted to drive to see us! We missed you Jeremy!