Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wilson was really starting to grow a Redneck looking mullet. His hair is so blond it was hard to tell, but his hair was growing over the collar of his shirt. I wanted to cut is sooner, but just couldn't bring myself to cut his hair until he was one...so on January 9th I finally went for it. I just used a long guard on the clippers and went over his whole head. He sat pretty well for it, but was definitely ready for me to be done. It totally helped to have Aunt Sandy on hand to keep him entertained. He sure looks handsome now!
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
It's hard to believe that our little Wilson is already one! It seems that he is just too little!
*Walking all the time! Started really walking around 11 months
*Loves to climb up on things
*Loves to eat! He doesn't really have any favorites, just whatever anyone else is eating.
*Likes to look at books. I will often find him sitting down looking at books when he's been playing.
*Loves to watch Barney! He starts dancing like crazy when the theme song comes on and he's been doing this since he was about 8 months old or so.
*Still isn't sleeping very well at night--though it's getting a little better.
*Really likes to nurse --especially at night.(finally weaned 2-2-10)
*Says Mama and sort of Dada, but other than that not much of any chattering--except for screaming for food.
*Gives "kisses" opens his mouth and leans in. He can make some kissing noises.
*Weight: 21 lbs (40th %) Height: around 28 inches (35th %) Head Circumference is in the 70th % Wearing size 3 diapers and mostly 9-12 month clothing, size 3 shoes
*STILL no Teeth!
It has been so much fun to watch him learn and grow. You can clearly see every stage as he is learning and it is truly amazing to watch. We love him and look forward to watching him grow even more!
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Eyeglasses case & bookmark. I made 8 of these--they are so great. I even made one for my dad. I'm planning on making some more to sell at craft fairs this fall.
Picture frame for my mom. This is a 4 generation picture. We took it just a week before my grandma passed away, so it is very special. Neither my mom or I had done anything with the picture, so it was so fun to make this for her. I told my brother I had the best gift for mom and when I showed him he totally agreed. Mike asked if I was trying to make her cry and I said it wouldn't be Christmas if Mom didn't. I love you Mom!
Monday, February 15, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
This is my Willow Tree nativity and it is my most favorite Christmas decoration of all time! It is so simple and beautiful!
Stockings for the whole Hendershot family! I made 15 red felt stockings! I saw the idea on a craft blog and thought they were so cute. I am really happy with how they turned out!
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Before the dinner we also had the opportunity to see our niece Sariah get baptized. She asked Mike and I to sing a song (I, of course, cried-no surprise). It was a very spiritual baptism and she is such a sweet girl with a strong testimony of the gospel. I loved that because her birthday is Christmas Eve we were able to sing Christmas songs in conjunction with the baptism. The celebration of the birth of our Savior fit perfectly with the celebration of baptism.
Geraldine asked all of us to think about what "gift" we could give the Savior this year.
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