some things never change.
#1 Today the baby was napping and i was doing my hair with pandora playing in the background and suddenly a really good song came on and next thing I know my phone has become a microphone and i'm singing in the mirror. Embarrassing as it was I still had a blast. I love that girls have the wonderful talent of turning any object into a microphone and singing/lip syncing at the top of their lungs. It brought back some good times.
(when i was an efy counselor)#2 Girls are tight, pretty much forever. Missing the besties today and have had a couple of "internet play dates" with them. I know it has been only about 2.5 weeks, but it's awesome how girls stick together and can pick up right where they left off. Thankful for girlfriends :)
(missing all my girlies... sad I don't have a pic of everyone)
and.... some things do change!
#1 We are Texans, yes it's true. We have texas license plates and drivers licenses. It is pretty official. We are loving Houston and getting to know new people and most of all partying with family almost daily. We have already made it to the zoo, the pool, and eaten a lot of ice cream just to stay cool.
(my niece wanted to hold the baby)#2 McKae is starting to walk more and has gotten rid of bottles and her pacifiers (except for at sleeping times - pacifiers). She can say "cheese", and will smile big for the camera. She climbs on everything and crawled all the way up a slide by herself at the park.
#3 My scripture study has changed... for the better. Jordan has some crazy work hours and so I have been waking up a little earlier to have quiet time to read and it has been amazing. I can see the biggest difference about reading in the morning.
#4 School vs. work- Jordan is working about 12 hr. days, but works hard and looks like a super professional. We are so proud and grateful for his job and his desire to work to provide for the family, but we always look forward to when he comes home.
#5 Before we left Utah, we had to go to McKae's 1 yr. check up with the cardiologist. They did an echocardiogram again and she was amazing! All 4 of her holes in her heart have closed up. We are so grateful and happy that we have a healthy baby.
I have always been so afraid of change, but I'm finding out more and more that change isn't always bad. Sometimes it can be great and it sure provides for a whole lot of rollercoaster rides, but hey, who ever turned down the chance to go for a little adventure :)