Just a few of our favorite things this February:
I love this girls smile. It usually involves a wide open mouth, sometimes even with a tongue hanging out. She finally got those top two teeth and tries to eat everything she sees us eating, especially if it involves chocolate or sugar of any kind. Watch out if you are holding a brownie. She with use both her hands to push your hand & the brownie into her mouth.
She loves to hang onto our legs when we are in the kitchen trying to clean or make dinner. It makes it a little difficult to get things done. But we sure think she is cute.
She loves the newest addition to our house. I do too. It has been so fun to be able to play again. I have missed having a piano for 13 years.
Brigham loved having Grandma and Grandpa Barth visit. He enjoyed playing his "trumpet" with grandpa during the chicken dance (which he is a big fan of lately).
After a few days of adjustment he seems to really be enjoying the bunk beds grandma and grandpa brought. They are the same ones Aaron slept in when he was little. He likes to turn on the little lamp on the side and "read" his books in there. His latest favorites are the Berenstain Bears.
He has loved having Ty and Kylee come over to play and build forts with him. He asks for TyKylee just about every day.
On President's Day we started a 1000 piece Disneyland puzzle. Brigham was fascinated by it and loved "helping" with it. We had to find places to hide it when we weren't working on it. He found it this day and was so tempted to pull it out. It was really difficult for him to resist.
Brigham's favorite toy since our trip to Denver has definitely been his new Toy Story toys from cousin Jacob. He loves these things. He calls them "toy story 2" and it is one of the first things he asks for or looks for in the morning. He spends much of the day playing with them, setting them up in Andy's room, moving them into the castle, putting them in buckets and pans and shoes, hugging them, galloping with them, and sleeping with them. It is hard to get him to leave them behind when we go anywhere. It is also hard to protect them from baby sister. She can tell they are prized possessions that he doesn't want to share, so when he isn't looking she sneaks up and grabs one and crawls away as fast as she can.
It's been a good month. :)