I love the snow...
Friday, January 21, 2011
Hey Everybody! Guess what?! Today is my 3 month birthday! I am growing big and strong. I like to hold my head up when I sit on Mommy and Daddy's lap. I have experienced two pretty good snows. I sometimes sleep all the way through the night and then get up and cuddle with my parents for a while in the morning. I am busy, busy, busy. My eyes are still blue (who would have thought?)and my hair is still red. My Mommy tells me I am one of the most handsome boys she's ever seen.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Saturday, January 8, 2011
my son has given the controls back over to me, for the time being. He is quite the handful these days...
I wanted to share my new business venture with you. I have spent a lifetime knowing one day I wanted to dive head first into photography and I have finally taken the plunge. If you have been reading for a while you know this has been a long process. Thankfully my husband fills in the gaps where I lack in business know-how and has helped me move toward my goal. Not only has he been a driving force, but all of you who have encouraged me. I feel very blessed to have the kind of support that I do.
So, if you are curious, I invite you to head on over to betsyannaphotography.blogspot.com and check it out!
Thanks for reading.
Friday, January 7, 2011
Hi Friends...it's me, Jack.
The holidays were a blur and now we are back home. I will ask my mommy to tell you about all of my holiday adventures in another post, but today I have some very exiting things to tell you about.
I AM FIGURING THINGS OUT!
Mommy thought about putting some pictures up and tell you the story, but I insisted that we do some live action and let my moves speak for themselves.
As sad as my parents may be about this, I found my thumb. Now I just have to figure out how to curl my fingers up.
Secondly, I now find a rattle interesting. I have been grasping my mommy's necklace since I was born, but my eyes have been opened to TOYS!
Thirdly, I have mastered the art of ROLLING OVER! The first time I did it, Mommy cried and daddy cheered. I didn't think it was such a big deal, but it sure got them excited.
Until next time folks...