Thursday, November 29, 2012

My little cuties

I certainly don't update my blog very often anymore.  I don't do anything as often as I used to anymore. I don't have time to  clean, bake, craft, hang out as often as I used to...but I wouldn't have it any other way.  My babies are growing up way too fast.  I wish I could slow it down... give them all the time and attention I have.  I am so grateful to be these adorable kids' mom.  I am blessed with more than I deserve.

My beautiful Aileah.  She loves dressing up, riding carousels, and pretending to be characters from her favorites movies.  She is also becoming quite the little photographer.  She takes my phone from me all the time so she can take pictures.  She says the funniest things.  I have no idea where she comes up with these things.  She just had her first sleepover.  While I am glad she had a good time, I was sad too.  I feel like she doesn't really need me anymore.  She is getting cuddlier (yes, that is a word), which I love! Such a sweet girl.

My handsome Eli.  He is still army crawling, although he can crawl the other way.  He is pulling himself up to standing on furniture.  He is fearless... and has had the bumps on his head to prove it.  He is a calm little guy, usually.  He says "Dada" when he's happy.  "Mama" when he's sad.  He does a funny, long  intake of breath when he is excited.  He likes to laugh when we do.  Such a good baby.


Valerie said...

I love your little cuties too. :) It's so fun to see little babies grow into little kids and so hard when they won't stop growing up and away, but amazing at the same time. So glad that you have the blessing to be at home with them while they are so little.

Us said...

I love the pictures. You're kids are so cute and such good little kids! You guys are such a great family.

Davenport Family said...

You are right, they are little cuties!!! Her first sleepover already, I think I would panic!! What a big girl.

St. Ella of the Andes said...

I hadn't checked out your blog in a while, so today is the first time I saw this. They are definitely little cuties, and they are as fortunate to have you for their mother as you are to have them for your children.