Millah has done so much growing lately. And she is learning so much. She is crawling all over the house, and since she is so active we started her on solids. Millah loves her food.
Shortly after learning to crawl, she started pulling up on things. Crazy. And we moved her out of the pack n play in our room into her crib in the room she shares with Rinnah! It took a few nights to adjust but now they sleep through each others cries and squirms.
And Mommy and Daddy have our room back!!! Yay!
One thing that Millah loves is music and dancing. She smiles and bounces whenever music is playing. And at MDO, she just shakes that shaker along with the music teacher... and to the rhythm.
I love that little bug.... the girls call her "Baby Sue" or "Millah Sue".
She just makes me smile.
The family celebrated my birthday at a fun mongolian grill, you know the one. First, let me say this, it was the last time we will go out to eat for one of our (mommy and daddy) birthdays. There was not much enjoyable about coralling 3 little girls while trying to enjoy a birthday dinner. I might as well have had to cook dinner, then clean it all up. With that being said, I will go on with my post.
The girls were hesitant at first, but then they got to choose whatever they wanted to put in their bowl. That's always a plus. And then, the chopsticks!
Rinnah really tried, but most of it fell in her lap. She did get a few bites, then went back to the fork.
Selah actually did really good! I was impressed.
Millah had some peas.
All in all, a wonderful birthday. I am so blessed. I will say that every year I am still on this earth. God has given me everything I could want and even ask for....
Maybe I should be more extravagant with my requests from now on ;)
BTW, who knows what movie the title of this post is from?
I don't know how many times I had to correct people. I am only 29 on this birthday. Not that there is anything wrong with being 30, I have no problem getting older... just in the right time.
My wonderful, loving, compassionate husband thinks it's really funny to make fun of me, and tease me by saying I'm older than I really am. He just confuses me in the process, I never really know my age. I usually just look to him, he's the math guy, after all.
I didn't really have a point to this post, except maybe to correct those who were mistaken about my real age.
I'm 29 now.
I am a wife to my loving husband since 2004, and we have four beautiful daughters. We are learning as we go when it comes to homeschooling, and homesteading. Our first priority in all things is to bring glory to God. I hope you enjoy the wide variety of posts on this blog.