Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Teeth Pictures and Christmas lights!










Just thought I would get these out here before I forgot. Sunday it was 70 degrees... windy... but still 70 degrees. We started hanging lights on the outside of our house. We couldn't get them done because we had to leave to go to Discovery. Since the roads were icy on Monday and it was only 16 (with a windchill of 2) my husband couldn't really work so he decided to finish the light project. Here are some pictures of him hanging the lights. (I will post the lights later on... I haven't taken any at night yet) Also, Baylee told Britt that was the only thing she was going to ask Santa for. Lights on her house. So, I think he felt like he needed to finish them ASAP. Plus, we only had a week and a half until Christmas! I think we will start early next year!


Here are some pictures of Blair's teeth I managed to capture today. She was eating Mac N Cheese baby food with banana's... so that's what is all over her face! ENJOY!
Hugs - Tiffany

6 comments:

Miss Thystle said...

her cheeks are just beyond cute.

Kudos to Britt for hanging the lights in the cold.

therextras said...

Very cute toofies!

Merry Christmas!

Barbara

Debbie said...

What an adorable baby! Now I need to go read more. I caught a glimpse of something about a surgery.

Hi, I'm Amy! said...

Awe, those first teeth are so exciting! Although not for her I'm sure :) It's 70 here too and it's really bumming me out. I want cold for Christmas!!!

Lorrie Veasey said...

I could eat that baby.

I loves the first teefs...not so much the whole teefing thing...especially the crying....but thankfully I have Blocked. That . out.

damn you for dredging up such painful memories.

toni said...

Look at those teeth and those little cheeks! I'm finally caught up, I think, with your blog; Blair is doing so much at this age--Merrick does not talk, he just yells and makes noise. No real words yet.

I know how nervous you must feel about the upcoming surgery--but you sure have a great attitude and you're right--she will do beautifully and so will the rest of you. So glad she's getting over her infection. Now if you can get through the next month w/out any major sickness. Good luck--and Merry Christmas!