Monday, September 17, 2012

Blanket for Baby Sophia

My cousin recently had a little baby girl, and I saw this tutorial on pinterest and decided to give it a try. I found this cute elephant fabric at Hobby Lobby, and gave it a try.

It was so simple to make. Luke decided to try it out, and was loving it. So my next project will probably be making him one in boy colors. 

I got this cute little outfit to go along with it.

I hope baby Sophia gets a lot of use out of her blanket! I enjoyed making it. 

 Every good and perfect gift is from above. James 1:17

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Cowboy Game

A few weeks ago we got the opportunity to go to a Cowboy game. We brought along our friends the Jeffreys. They has the cutest little girl, June, who is Luke's age. We had so much fun. Luke and June were in awe of the big screen, and all that was happening! It was a great time!


Such a fun evening with fun friends! Go Cowboys!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Ke'Ohana Weekend.

For Labor Day, we went out to Andrew's aunt and uncle's lake house. It is amazing- there is so much to do. We spend most of the weekend eating, swimming, fishing, and sliding. It was such a fun time!

Luke and his cousin, Owen:

Night vision:

We spent hours a day sliding. This was by far the highlight for the kids!

Swimming with cousins!

Luke by far loved 'driving' all weekend. Luke loves any type of transportation, especially one that he can be right behind the wheel. 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Luke's first week of Mother Day Out.

Well, let me just say Luke LOVES school. He is doing so much better than I every thought (lesson I learned is never underestimate your child!).

Luke started school Tuesday, and he goes Tuesday and Thursday, I work at his school, but I'm down the hall so he doesn't see me. It is so comforting to me to be right there in case he needs me, but as I learned this week he is a 'bee boy' (big boy) and doesn't care if I am there or not. Let me just say that this is an answer to prayer that he loves it. I thought he would be crying or super attached but so far so good, I know its only the first week, and when reality kicks in that he has to keep going he might get upset. So far the only time he has gotten upset is when he has to leave. He throws himself to the floor and cries (that's another issue we are trying to break), because he doesn't was to leave his friends. He has the sweetest teachers and friends and I am so glad he is loving it! Yay Luke!

Last week for Meet-the-Teacher, Luke took these to his new teachers:

Ready for school:

Sorry this pick is blurry, but I snuck into chapel and took this pick of him singing songs! Love his little heart for dancing and singing for God. 

The other day Luke came up to me randomly and said in the sweetest voice "I love you, mama". My heart just melted. He is turning into the sweetest little boy, and I am so proud of him.