Friday, November 20, 2009

Light Switches

So Cory taught James a little trick/game while I was at work one day. It is really cute, and he's pretty good at it. Enjoy!

Friday, November 13, 2009

New pix and a New Hair Cut

So yesterday I finally tried to cut James' hair myself. Cory had attempted to trim it a week ago, and it didn't really work. I was cocky and thought I could do better so with the scissors in hand tried to trim his longest hairs, and it started to look ten times worse than what Cory had tried. So I decided that scissors weren't good enough and we would have to try the razer/hairtrimmer thingy Cory has. James did really well. He sat in his high chair while I did it, and still looked around, but wasn't scared at all. It still isn't as even as I could have hoped but he wiggled a lot, but he's not as shaggy as he was. :D

Then this morning I thought we should take pictures of his new haircut, and it was just so much fun. He is at such an expressive age, I couldn't help but post a lot of pix. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. :D

Little Chef

I hadn't done the dishes yet, and while I was at work Cory taught James how to stir. So here he is showing off his new found skill :D

Eating and Giggling

This was a particularly cute night a few days ago. I got home from work, and James was just so happy to see me that he had a really hard time getting any food down, but we kept trying. Enjoy the giggles.

Monday, November 2, 2009


It was James' first Halloween. Because he is a crazy baby, and goes to bed at 7 every night he sort of missed getting in his costume on Halloween, and ended up putting it on the next day just for pictures. Isn't he cute. He is on Aunt Tracie's lap. Overall our trip to Idaho Falls was fun. Chaotic for a little boy who lives a very quiet life, but he did really well, and I think he enjoyed family and had fun with his cousins. However, car rides are not his thing. Everyone says baby's love cars and will sleep through most of the trip. Not my son. First of all I think he has really sensitive ears, because he cried going over Malad pass both times. He doesn't go to sleep by himself yet, so every time he got tired he screamed and screamed and screamed. Then We got stuck in traffic caused by an accident near Clearfield, so I took him out of his carseat while we were stopped, and he was fine, I went to put him back in once we started moving and he screamed bloody murder until he fell asleep a half an hour later. Of which he slept until we were five miles from home and got stopped again by another accident, which I took him out and fed him for a third time. This was now an hour past his normal bedtime, and he was cranky. Once we got home he just kicked and giggled so happy to be out of his carseat. I think people are so lucky who have babies who will sleep in cars. Mine as of now hates it. But he is still adorable, and I think still loved spending time with family. However we do need a Star Trek transporter the next time we intend to travel. :D