4 Angels From Above

Instead of worrying about what our children will become tomorrow, remember that they are somebody today.

Friday, October 30, 2009

My kids

So I have to post a couple of things that happened lately... Yesterday I put Stephanie in her walker and went about cooking dinner. She usually stays in the kitchen area, she never wondered away to the formal living area and bedrooms. Well yesterday was the day, I heard her walking away and did not pay much attention she was happy and I was busy. About 5 min later Spencer who was watching TV in my bedroom came and told me that he could not put Stephanie on the bed. I told him to leave her alone and I would be there as soon as possible to put her up there with him. (yes up on the bed watching TV, don't judge me) He seamed to me happy and I was still busy. Another 5 min and I went over to do what I had been asked. As I walk to my room a noticed an empty walk on the way, as I got go my room and turned on the lights I find one little girl inside of a suitcase, laughing at her brother who was still trying to figure out how to put her on top of my 3 foot tall bed. OF COURSE I HAVE PICTURES... and they are comming.

Another cute thing and scary at the same time... Spencer yesterday "announced" to me that Stephanie came out of my belly. "Thank goodness we cleared that out I was a little confused... "Anyways than he told me he came out of my belly too. "O good now I think I am getting the idea of how this works." After he made those announcements, while I was changing a poopy diaper. He had that look, the one that lets you know that he is thinking really hard about something. Than he says, "well we have to go to the Dr. because there are 3 more babies." I laughed and asked REALLY? yes mommy than his left hand helped his right hand make out the number 3.

I also have to right some cute words that only mommy and daddy understand. So here is the dictionary according to Spencer.

Banemer: ba-ne-mer, it means remember. Used in a sentence. I banemer we went to the circus.

Tomorrow: Pronounced the same way, but it means Yesterday. In a sentence Mommy I went to my friends house tomorrow.

Brother: Pronounced the same way, but it means Sister. Mommy I love my brother. (maybe it's one of the 3 that needs to come out of my belly)

Blue: Pronounced the same way, but it means green, yellow, red, pink, brown, orange, and so on.

Mommyah: mo-mmy-ahhhhhh. it means mommy, in the winy mood, it also applies to Daddyah... Very Annoying.

Thother: Tho-ther, it means other. In a sentence, Can I have the thother one.

Muskit: Mus-kit, it means Music. I banemer when I played the thother game tomorrow it had the cool muskit.

I know there are more but I cannot think of it right now I will add to it latter.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Catching up...

I really need to get on board with my blog. I have so many things I want to do that Nothing is getting done in the time that I want.

We went to Utah last week, and got to go to the Temple Square, and took some beautiful pictures.

Unfortunately I came home with the Swine Flu, it was not fun. Now I am much better and thank goodness the kids and Borja did not get it.

I love this picture, she looks so curious to try the dirt.

Spencer has grown up so much since
Stephanie was borne, He is such a good big brother. I sing to them both when they are upset, or when we "nuggle" at night. Spencer caught on to it really fast. So when Stephanie Wakes up from a nap crying. Spencer

will go sing to her. He knows

I am a child of God, Teach me to walk in the light, Twinkle Twinkle little star, Book of Mormon Stories, You

are my sunshine, and Popcorn popping. It calms her down to hear him sing to her. The other day I went in to find him inside the crib with her. I know it may not seam very safe, but he was sitting in on side and helped

her sit on the other while he sang and handed her toys.

Yesterday he lifted my shirt to blow on my belly button, and when he saw some stretch marks, he said... "mommy Stephanie did that." I replied by telling him that she didn't do all of them that he helped, when he was in there. He gave me this look as if it looked painful, and said. "I am so sorry Mommy" How many moms can say that their kids apologize for the damage they did to them?

He goes to pre-school twice a week, and he loves it. He is finally learning his colors, and shapes. I had the hardest time teaching him. He is a good helper, and always asks me what he can do. He talks soooooo much. The other day as you can see in one of the pictures he got a good spanking and went to the corner for a long time, just for having a big mouth. He was throwing a fit about having to go to his room and get a sock, when I told him to stop yelling or he would go to time out. He told me no, and to put my foot in my mouth. I am still trying to figure out where in the world he got that from. He told me Stephanie taught him, Only 3 and learning to blame his sister already.

Here Spencer is teaching his little sister how to play with her new toy. By putting the ball in her hand and guiding it to the whole.

Stephanie is the BEST baby. She smiles alllllll day long. Nothing bugs her. We love to see her growing up, but she is just growing to fast, she is 7 months old, when we went to the Dr. for her 6 month check up she was 17 pounds and 12 ounces, and 24 inches long. 75% for both height and weight.

She does NOT like baby food, I have tried since she was 4 months with no success. So I gave up, the other day I gave her a plate of rice and beans, her brothers favorite. She ate the whole thing, so now we just eat big people food.
She recently found out she has a tongue, and as you can see in some pictures it is always out. She has that smile that could get away with murder. We are in soooo much trouble. She does not crawl yet, and it does not seam like she is interested. She roles from A to B, and spins on her belly. She has been rolling since she was 5 months, and started to sit by herself in the last week of September. And yes I still play doll with every outfit we put on. She is the biggest girly girl.

This is the back of our house, and our newest project is the deck, on this picture we are removing the grass from the area where the deck will be. Spencer of course is daddy's little helper.