Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Kellers Baptism

Keller's baptism was last Sunday and he was perfect through the whole thing. He didn't make a peep and ended up falling asleep during the end of the service. Everyone complemented him on his behavior. We'll see what they think a year from now if he has to sit through and entire service;)

Afterwards we had lunch and cake at my parents house. Coby made lasagne, my mom made salad and bread and my friend Dee made a wonderful cake. There wasn't a slice left.

Lots of church friends and the pastoral staff came over to eat. It's so great to have such a supportive group of friends.
Two peas in a pod

Always with his hands in his mouth.

Grandma and Pa.

The whole family.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Go Hogs!

We took Keller to his first Razorback game last weekend against Mississippi State
. You were enthralled with everything. You didn't cry once. You watched everyone an everything. I don't think we will brave enough to take you next year when you are walking.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

1st Thanksgiving

We spent a lazy Thanksgiving at my mom and dads house. We played, ate, and napped. A perfect Thanksgiving day.
You wanted some turkey...

You didn't get any but I did let you taste some mashed potatoes. You weren't quite sure about it.

We love our little turkey!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Keller 4 months

Keller you are four months!

I can't believe how fast time is flying and how quickly you are growing. You smile at everyone and everything. One of your teachers at school call you 'Ole Smiley. They say you are great at school and the same is for home too. You really only fuss if you are tired, hungry, or bored. You coo and babble and let out a good giggle every now and then. You can still roll from tummy to back. I think you could roll back to tummy if you wanted to. You will roll all the way to your side and when I try to nudge you over you push back onto you back. It will come soon enough. You grab and reach for everything and most of the time it goes to your mouth. You've started riding in the wagon and sitting in the jumpers at school. We don't have one for you at home but maybe Santa will bring one.
You can sit up with some help and have started playing with your toys. You are starting to understand cause and effect and will push buttons and pull toys.

The next few months will be busy ones with the holidays. Can't wait to spend them with you big boy!