A tiny little yipee dog followed us halfway to church this morning.
(That's only like 1 block)
Living in a small town is funny for so many reasons.
You sure do love that wind in your face, just like Daddy.
He says when he left southwest Kansas, he had to sleep with a fan blowing on his face because the stillness was just eerie.
Troy and his team visited this morning. The last time they were here, I was just about 9 months pregnant with you, so it was sure fun to catch up. There are two engagements on the team, which is exciting, and both will be married the beginning of May.
During worship, you started "singing," and your grandma to it as an invitation to come check up on you ;) She (Guinney) and you danced around in the back for the rest of the songs. You sat contentedly on my lap almost the whole service. You only spoke up a few times, which is always well received from an 8 month old anyways. Towards the end we went to the foyer to crawl around.
This afternoon we swung for a little bit outside Guinney and Gampa's house (I know I spell these different each time, I'm sure).
Oh, before that we visited Brad and Julie's and you got to squirm around on the ground and giggle with your little buddy Kendall -- you two look so similar, only 10 days apart in age, but both developing in your own unique ways. For instance, you have almost 4 teeth, she has none!
I'm not feeling so good, I need to sleep now, like you are. Daddy's orders ;)
I love you.
|Go home, little doggee...|
|Yip yip yip yip yip.|