Thursday, July 10, 2008

Baby girl's first camera debut

Here she is! Baby No-Name Miller at 36 weeks.

She's feeling pretty big- I hope theory of the first baby being the smallest isn't right. Otherwise, we're doomed...Ryan was a big baby!

I'm sneezing in this picture. I thought that was funny. But every time I sneeze I get a contraction and that's not as funny.

My favorite quote of the week: I was at Ryan's doctor's appt and there was a little boy there, about 3 yrs old, and when I walked in he ran over to his mom and said, "Mom, why does that lady have a ball in her shirt?" The mom laughed, but I laughed harder. I wish it was a ball in my'd come out a lot easier!!

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Just a cute Ryan after a day at the water park

This is Ryan staring at the box of graham crackers and signing 'more'...after he fed the other three I gave him to Veda.

But he looked so cute and asked so nicely, I gave in and he was pretty happy. This picture captures what most people know as Ryan's signature smirk. He does it all the time...especially when he thinks he's gotten away with something. This picture was taken right before he fed the fourth graham cracker to Veda.

We just think he looks so cute with his crazy, curly, sunscreen drenched hair.

This is just Veda being pretty. If she were only this calm all the time...

4th of July

Every year for the 4th we go to Scott's aunt's house. This is a 4 generational picture taken of Ryan, Scott, Grandma Miller and Great-Grandma Schmucker. It's not very often that four generations of the same family line are together so I thought this was a pretty cool picture!

Ryan enjoyed fishing with Grandpa and hiking with Scott, but of course I didn't get a picture of those. Instead, I got a picture of him playing with gravel.

And playing a little corn hole. It's cute how big the bean bag looks in his tiny hands!

He was all tuckered out on the way home and we thought he looked so cute sleeping like this.

Veda was pretty tired too. She went hiking and fishing as well. She didn't even realize she slipped off her bed and was sleeping under the seat. Worn out dog + worn out baby = very happy parents!