Gonna Soak Up the Sun

Check out the cutest sunbathing beauty on the block.

I would just like to throw this out there:

Gwennie just turned 4 months old. The suit that we finally were able to fit on her today (and it was a little snug) was the one Ainsley wore when she was 15 -18 months old!

Oh Gwen, Miss Chunky Monkey. I love it.

Gonna be honest though, Ainsley rocked that suit too!!
My Itsy Bitsy who started walking at 8 months, who has been running full speed ever since.

Completely unrelated to sunbathing (except for the fact that I should probably spend a little more time out in the sun, seeing as all of my kids make me look pasty pasty. As in vampire white) I chopped off my hair this past week. Almost ten inches! Next time I will go with something a little more dramatic. But I love it for right now. It is so nice not the have long heavy hair. Especially nice not finding long hair all over the house (thank you end of pregnancy hormones). Since I am a couple weeks behind on my Thursday Portraits I give you three of me. Enjoy (mom, because I know you have been waiting!).


Window Art.

Our new favorite.
Coloring on the windows.
Entertainment for hours.


Just in case you were wondering, he can't color without sticking his tongue out. He gets that from his Aunt Jenny ♥ ♥

*** We use Crayola Window Crayons. We have the window markers too, but the crayons work better. Some Windex and a rag takes it all right off.


Cute Little Girlies.

We were in Oklahoma this weekend meeting this Cutie. The newest Little Cousin in the Mortensen family. Della Mae, the cutest thing E.V.E.R. I had 2. 3 seconds to take pictures, because it was her lunch time. Hence the serious face. I could just eat that serious face right up!
And my little cutie during our quickie shoot with Della. I love every. single. one. of her chins.

And these are three months overdue. Little Miss Clara Mae. Nothing sweeter than a newbie. Sigh. This girlie was born a couple weeks after Gwen. They grow up way too fast. Double sigh.


Ain't nothing wrong with lovin' chunky.

Roly Poly Bug.

Here we go again.

Check out the roly polies on my little bug.
Too cute, right

She is so proud of herself for being able to roll. Poor girlie just gets so mad that she can't lift that head up off the ground. I guess those cheeks are as heavy as they look.