Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Working Girl

It's hard to be cute,  I'm sure.  Faye tells be about it all the time.  You have to eat, sleep, poop, and STILL smile and giggle on demand and make adorable noises to remind people of your existence.  On top of all that,  Faye is melting my heart by enjoying computers!  

Ok, So like any baby she likes buttons.  Really it's not the computer she likes, but the seemingly endless supply of buttons the keyboard offers her.  I can dream, though, can't I?

Annette and Jeremy gave Faye this adorable onsie.  It's so appropriate for out little family, too!  I'm sure you'll see more pictures of Faye sporting her nerd shirt!/////

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Coffee Table

Faye is still working on crawling, but she's semi mobile at the moment.  Often times I'll leave her sitting in the middle of the living room with some toys,  but she generally gravitates toward the coffee table.  Her favorite place to play is underneath the coffee table with her reflection.


Friday, January 20, 2012

6 Months

Guess who just had her half birthday?  

Faye continues to get cuter every day.  She is really starting to show more of a personality to us.

Faye does really well with eating her solids.  She hasn't been a picky eater so far, which is good for everyone!  Faye has decided that she's not interested in nursing anymore, though.  Luckily we live in a day and age where there's an alternative.

One night I thought I'd have some fun and covered Faye in stickers.  It was a good moment in my life.

Faye fell asleep this morning while playing with her toys.  

Happy 6 months, Baby Girl!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Sleeping by Dad

These two melt my heart.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Elder Dudley

My brother Greg entered the Missionary Training Center this week an is headed to San Antonio, TX to spend the next two years of his life teaching about the Book of Mormon.  We spend this past week with my family to get a few moments in with Greg and to take him to the MTC.  We're pretty excited for him to serve, especially since Greg is the first missionary to go out on either side of my family!

We had to get a picture of Greg and Faye so we can see how much she grows in the next two years.

The "Welcome to the MTC" sign has been torn down, so this street sign was the only place we could find documentation of being outside the MTC.  I love the missionary in the background who's taking a picture of us at the same time.