Tuesday, September 26, 2006
We took Emma to the Utah State Fair in Salt Lake a couple of weekends ago. The weather here had been awful (cold, rainy, snow in the mountains...blah) but we went to the fair anyway. We didn't mind the cold too much since we planned on spending most of our time in the livestock barns anyway. Emma saw all kinds of animals. She got to see (and touch) horses, cows, pigs, this friendly sheep, goats, ducks, geese, chickens and roosters. She had so much fun (and so did we!).
We went into the building that has all the chickens, roosters, ducks and geese in it. Emma loves birds and ducks, but she was a little apprehensive when she heard all the sqwaking that they all make! (check out her sweet mullett! we are trying to let her hair grow out, and i am not too sure if i should go get it trimmed up or not.)
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Soon after returning to Utah, Grandma and Grandpa Hale had their 60th wedding anniversary. They celebrated by renting 2 condos in Park City for a week and inviting their children and grandchildren to come and stay with them. What does that have to do with this picture you ask? This was taken in the pool at the condos in Park City.
Sunday, September 17, 2006
TENNESSEE: (Nursery show in Atlanta) While in the charge of my Mom and sister, we discovered that Emma likes Cheetos cheese puffs. And she likes to have one in each hand. And she likes to take a bite off one in her right hand, and then take a bite off the one in her left hand. What a funny baby!
TENNESSEE: This is what happens when you leave your mother and your 10-year old sister in charge of your kid while you go to work. This picture makes me laugh everytime I look at it. This is the hairbrush princess, Emma. Her hairbrush is her magic wand and she has a crown of feathers. I don't know how they managed to get her to leave the crown on long enough to get the picture, the kid won't wear a hairbow for anything!
Here are Emma and her Aunt Kathy at Janel's wedding in June. Emma was really sick on this trip (the first time she has ever been sick). On the plane ride from Tennessee to Utah, Emma slept the whole time, which is highly unusual for her. By the time we landed in Salt Lake, she was burning hot with a fever of 104 degrees, and I was panicking! Luckily, I was able to get her in to see her doctor the next day, and it turned out that she had an ear infection. She wasn't the happiest baby on this trip, but she did a good job!