Thursday, March 17, 2011

Weston's Birthday Wish List

"I've got my fork, now bring me some cake!.....please!"

Weston is turning 1! We have been blessed with a wonderful year filled with growth, health, happiness and love. Our family and friends have supported us more than we could of asked for. We are so excited for you to celebrate with us. Through the years of celebrating so many neices and nephews birthdays, I've had a hard time deciding what to get them, so I thought it be nice if I could share a list of what Weston might like and needs to make your decision a little easier. Of course, Weston will be excited about anything and he also happily accepts HAND ME DOWNS AND CONSIGNMENT.


Balls, Wooden puzzles and wooden toys, Books, Building block,s Sippy cups (with straws or without) and big bibs, Summer outside toys, Anything that plays music and lights up, Arts and crafts, Wagon or ride on toys mom can push or pull him in, Summer Clothes (play or church)- 12-18/18m in separate shirts and bottoms, 18-24/24m in jon jons, onesies or jumpers Soft shoes and sandals- Size 4/5 or 12-18m Hats-18-24 or 2T

Look forward to seeing you at the party!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Winter is Coming to an End

We've almost made it through the cold weather. Its been kind of a rollercoaster ride being a mom with no car, and watching another baby in my home along with my son, as well as not being able to go outside cause its cold, but we've done okay. The spring sure does brighten my spirits though. I just love the warmth of the sun and the glow of all things new. Its like opening a Christmas present outside everyday. I can tell Weston loves being outside as well. He surely has blossumed over the past 2 months: crawling, eating big boy food with mom and dad, sitting up in his crib talking til I come get him, drinking out of a sippy cup and he has 8 teeth with 2 on the way. He's definitely Mr. Vocal. If he's not happy or something bothers him, he lets you know it. That could be the worst of the Sensings and the Pharrs. Makes me a little nervous when it comes to raising a strongwilled child but hopefully I can focus his strength and energy on positive things. Thank goodness God has filled my and Phillip's lives with support and wonderful examples. Without our families, church and blood, this journey sure would be much harder. But a wonderful journey it is and I wouldn't change it for anything in the world.