Friday, February 29, 2008

Cribs and lately

Griffin looking hard core with his U of A hat.
All clean after his bath.
Walking around in his cute onesie from Aunt Nat. (or leotard as Dave would call it)
Griffin finally got a crib!! He loves it and sleeps so well in it.
As you can see, he loves all of the extra space he has to sleep in now. The pack'n'play just wasn't cutting it!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Pace myself

They're back! My all-time favorite holiday candy - robin eggs. Love them! I could eat them all day. I bought 2 bags of them on Monday and one is already gone. Easter is still over a month away so I'm gonna have to pace myself!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Mr. Son is ONE!

Today is my baby's FIRST birthday!! I really cannot believe how fast time goes by. Most of the time I want to stop it because these babies grow up way too fast. Before I had Griffin, I was so nervous about how my life would change with a baby. Now, I can't imagine life without him. He is so much fun and makes us laugh everyday. We are so lucky to have Griffy boy in our family! We love you!!

Party likes it's my birfday!

On Monday night, we celebrated Griffin's 1st birthday! We had a BBQ in the Cunningham's fabulous backyard with our families. It was a lot of fun and I think Griffy had a good time. He loves his new toys and clothes! Thanks everyone!

Griffin sportin' his new jammies from Grandma!
Cousin Sydney loving her cupcake!
Nat and Dave gave Griff this cute, little wagon. He loves getting pulled around in it!
The guests enjoying the yummy burgers!
Ry, T, and Dave hanging by the grill.
Tuck-daddy being his crazy self!
The birthday boy eating his cupcake ever so nicely.
Aunt Rach gave Griff this cute chair. He loves to sit in it and thinks he's so big!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

London's Run

Last Saturday, I was able to participate in London's Run out at Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek. I ran the half marathon. It was my first one and I actually really liked it. It was long and freezing but so peaceful out on the farmland. The proceeds from the race were used to help 2 families with kids who have cancer. It felt so good to be a part of such a great cause. London, a little girl who had leukemia, passed away a few years ago and so her mom started this race in honor of her. Her mom spoke before the race and said, "We started this race so that people could do something hard but be cheerful about it just like London and her fight with cancer." There were pictures posted throughout the race of sick kids with big smiles on their faces. Needless to say, it was inspiring and I'm thankful I was able to be a part of it. Sorry, no pics. Everyone's cameras were out of batteries!