Friday, September 25, 2009
This girl is just too, too cute!
I had Ellen on in the background yesterday and Tucker started dancing to the theme song. She then proceeded to say "Hi" and wave to Ellen when she came on stage and then after wandering a bit, she applauded with the audience. So stinking cute!
This video is just a little showing off. Some of these body parts and animal noises you've seen before, but there are a few new ones. My favorite is the fish "noise" that Ashie showed us. I thought it was so cute that I continued teaching T and she finally got it. I think it's a riot!
Please also notice that my child is INTO jewelry today. She found every single ring and bracelet available to her and put them all on. So funny!
Loving EVERY minute of it!!!
I decided that Tucker's hair is finally long enough to try real pigtails. (Drew is not into the "tails" on top of the head - and I'm not huge on them either, so we've refrained from this.) Anyway, her hair is so long in the back that she can have low pigtails and they are adorable. :) Also, I made her this top last night while watching "Fringe" and "CSI". :)
Monday, September 21, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Time to show off some more cuteness! :) In the first two, she discovered that her rings made great bracelets (or maybe she was discovering that her arm was a good substitute for the post the rings go on?). I love how she turns her hands over and over once she gets a ring on. Also please note in these first two her overexaggerated "oh" sound. Her lips have suddenly taken on a new life as she discovers the variations of this sound. They are overrounded and hysterical. She sometimes will just sit there making no noise with her lips in this overdone "oh". VERY funny. :)
Tucker discovered a few months ago that once she got tired of waiting on me to put her in the bath, she could just climb in herself. Pardon her birthday suit here, but I think this is just too funny!
Friday, September 04, 2009
College football season is officially here (as I discovered all too harshly last night by discovering it on my television instead of REAL TV). ha! As some of you may remember, we had a bit of a rough time last year deciding which team got to claim the child on gameday. There were weeks when she wore one team half the day and another team the other half of the day. Then there was the infamous Ronald McDonald outfit she wore when our teams played together (thanks, Nan). tee-hee. I decided this year, no more of that. I had her two onesies made that are divided child kind of sayings. I also made her a tutu with mixed colors (pics to come tomorrow when she wears it) and then on a whim, used some left over fabric and made her this little skirt. I think it turned out pretty darn cute. :)
The obligatory bow on the butt :-D haha
This picture cracks me up. It looks like she's mid-tantrum, but she was actually squealing with delight at Daddy coming down the stairs. Funny anyway.
Notice the spelling of "Geaux". That's to show everyone once and for all that Drew roots for a particular tiger these days, not just any ol' tiger. ;)
This goobery grin/pose will always be my favorite when I'm trying to get a picture of her in an outfit. This is the "I'm coming to get you, Mommy, and your little camera, too!" pose. hahaha!