Thursday, April 23, 2009

Time For Our Monthly Update

It's been over a month since my last update. I'm sorry, life is just so busy. I thought I would post some pictures that we have taken since the last post. Here is Nevaeh acting like her silly self for the camera.

Aren't sleeping babies perfect. Little angels.

My girls truly love each other. Koralee has started saying NeNe. I couldn't believe it. She is also saying uh oh, un-duh (not quite sure what it means, but it is said all the time) and then on Monday, Nevaeh and I were singing "Ring Around the Rosie" over and over and over, and pretty soon from the kitchen I heard Koralee singing, in tune and on beat might I add, "Aah-duh, Aah-duh, duh, Duh, DUH!" for "Ashes, ashes, we all fall down!" Now she sings it all the time. It's just hard for me to comprehend because Nevaeh just really started talking over this last year. How is my baby talking already?!?

Nevaeh was having a little difficulty eating her green beans and tuna casserole this night. The hair-do just tops this picture off.

We have been able to enjoy several days at the park because of beautiful days. We spend a majority of the time swinging because that's Nevaeh's favorite thing, but we do pry her away to the slides for a moment.

Shun loves this picture of Nevaeh running at the park.

This is normally how I find Koralee these days. She is consistently crawling to places so she can stand. I was amazed to find her walking along the couch. Why is this happening so fast?

Easter time was spent at Grandma and Grandpa Farwell's house. Apparently, Blake and Nevaeh needed a pre-Easter egg hunt hug.

Nevaeh had a blast finding the eggs. To this day, I am still hiding them for her. They are about to be trashed. After Easter, I was able to buy egg dying kits for 14 cents, and more Easter buckets for 15 cents each. I think we will make some more tomorrow just for fun.

This was Nevaeh's first time dying eggs, and I honestly can't remember the last time I did, so we all had much fun!

Weren't our eggs beautiful? We did the whole nine yards with white crayons, tape, rubber bands, and hole punch stickers. An awesome array of colors and styles came from Malia, Blake, and Nevaeh, and a couple from the parents.

Bath time is a favorite at our house. If they could take several a day, they would. Koralee has a thing for splashing herself in the face. She loves it.

And last, but not least, this was our Dracula #1. We thought it was odd, as well as the doctor, that Nevaeh grew her fangs before her upper middle incisors. But it was cute.

Well, now we have Dracula #2. Must run in the family. And the middle two incisors have no sign of coming in anytime soon. She has had the bottom middle two for quite some time now also, and a third one is popping in right now on the right.

Very excited to see everyone at Cousin Josie's 1st b-day party on Saturday! And Nevaeh wants to see Grandma and Grandpa all day, everyday, so be prepared for some hugs and kisses!


LB said...

2 cute girls, Dana. I think Nevaeh looks like Shun and Coralee looks like you.

R and L Farwell said...

They are getting so big! Aren't they supposed to stay little for forever?!? Can't wait to see you guys this weekend!

Gma Farwell said...

I love looking at these pictures, again and again!