Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Last night, in anticipation of a huge (possible) winter storm, I made Edie her first winter hat of the year. It was my first time working with fleece and I must say it was a great experience. Plus, considering the price of fleece plus the amount kids lose their hat and mittens, I think fleece and I will become the best of buds.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
Monday, October 11, 2010
Little Miss Edie Pants continues to be movin' machine this month. She has gained some new foot skills that only can be described as "happy feet," and her climbing skills are almost scaring us. It's really fun to watch her bop around, but we're starting to get a bit scared for the upcoming years. We have already nicknamed her the Edie Tornado. Several times already, I've heard the comment from the random stranger "Oh boy, she sure likes to move." Yes, yes she does.
Edie is perfectly charming to strangers. Her new thing? Waving and saying "hi." She also waves at buses, trucks and doggies.
Lots of new words this month. She loves the letter Z, the sound a horse makes (Nay!) and Fihsh (fish). She uses new words every day, but it seems like everything is still a "doggie" or "Zee."
On the dental front, Edie has gained one new tooth with three more ready to make their debut any day now. Lots of red cheeks and a bit of drool.
Quirky Edie fact of the month: Edie can make the OK sign.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Can you believe that Kris and I are a (super duper) Great Uncle and Great Aunt? Our wonderful niece Dana gave birth to the darling Dayson this past summer. He is such a gem.
The entire TrygKerz family are big, big fans of the Seidler farm. It's a super special place and this time around we've coined it the "Seidler Sanctuary."
Edie has been to the farm just once when she was a wee babe (all the way back at Christmas, during a blizzard), so it was really fun to watch her explore the place for the first time. She saw "doggie" (a cow) and a "doggie" (a horse) and a "doggie" (a dog) and a few "meow"s (kittens). She also (safely) rode a 4-wheeler for the first time and explored the hay bales. Pretty darn cool.
On a side note, expect Edie's 14 month report sometime within the week. It's been busy around here so sorry for the delay.