I would love to get into the mind of my 2 year old...she must be thinking and imagining constantly. Last night when I was tucking her in she looked outside(she has a window right by her bed) and said, "Mommy, it's dark. Jesus shut the light off?" I assured her that Jesus did shut the light off but he left a night light on called the moon. She looked back outside and said, "Mommy, the moon. I find it!"
Jon took her to the pond the other day and there was a dead fish by the edge of the water. She looked up at Jon and said, "Broken Daddy, Fishy not workin'- Papa fix it!" She knows that Papa Evans is a Doctor and can make you feel better (he has helped Hallie numerous times). I thought this was so precious!
Some little other updates:
-We sold our house!! YAYA!
-We need to find a house! HA!
-I am working out every morning at 5:30 am AHHHH!
-I am going to run Dam to Dam (12 Miles)
-Jon is studying despite trying to figure out where we are going to move to!
-She is even more social than Hallie was at this age. She coos and talks constantly and it takes no effort to get her to do it!
-She is the sweetest baby. I can't really explain this-she just is!
-She is so patient!
-She is sleeping through the night for the most part.
-She is becoming a chunk. (I can't wait for her next appt!)
-She is a great eater! She nurses quickly and cuddles so sweetly!
-She isn't rolling yet. (I am bad about tummy time.)
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
We had such a wonderful Easter celebration this year! Every Easter I always think about what an exciting day this must have been for all of Jesus' followers when they found out that the tomb was empty! AND how cool would it have been to see Jesus after he had risen?? We are doing our best to teach Hallie all about the death and resurrection of Jesus. We have a great, simple Easter book for kids that Jon has been reading to her before bed each night. I was standing just outside of the door the other night listening to there special time together. The book talks about how Jesus was hurt and hung on a cross...Hallie's reaction in a very sad tone, "oh no Daddy, Jesus hurt, oh oh daddy." The next page of the book so Jesus healed and outside of the tomb...Hallie's reaction in a very happy tone, "oh Daddy look, Jesus all better." Jon explained to her why Jesus had to die. I am pretty sure she doesn't fully understand the sacrifice but it was so sweet to see her concern for Jesus. Here are some pictures from Easter Sunday. I also have some Easter egg hunt pictures to post but need to get those photos from my dad!