By Snow Canyon making a pit stop for Amelia on our way home from Pine Valley
Nathan and Amelia at the chapel in Pine Valley
Amelia's impressive shoe collection- she's almost grown out of most of them...sad sad sad...
Amelia being cute
On her way to her 4 month doctor's appointment, as you can see she's not too excited.
Daddy and Amelia reading stories
Amelia being cute again...
Pulling mommy's hair and drooling at the same time, she's a girl of many talents
Amelia wearing the dress that Joanna gave her- she LOVED it!
Amelia busting out her amazing Twister skills
Amelia is now 4 months old and Nathan thinks she's almost to the fun age. Not sure what the fun age is, I think she's pretty fun now. She puts EVERYTHING into her mouth and drools non stop. She also loves to practice standing, dancing, and sitting up. At her 4 month doctor appointment we found out her head is in the 99th percentile!! She also weighs 14. 7 lbs. I can't believe how much she's grown. She has been sleeping through the night like clockwork for the last 2 months. She's also been going to sleep by herself for the last 2 months as well. We are very lucky. I am very grateful that she is such an easy mellow baby. It almost makes me want more...almost.
Nathan passed is one year evaluation at work and is enjoying becoming the quality engineer for the company. He has a business trip to LA in a few weeks and Amelia and I are going to tag along. I can't wait to take Amelia and Nathan to the beach! We are really excited our pediatrician gave us the green light to take Amelia to go to LA, we were worried due to the whooping cough epidemic California is dealing with.
We took a trip up to Pine Valley because we've never been up there before. We were able to take a tour of the oldest chapel still in use which was pretty neat. The other neat thing was that it was 20 degrees cooler up there. Definitely a plus. We stopped and had some Hawaiian Ice on the drive back, which is easily 50 times better than just a regular snow cone. If you haven't had some you are seriously missing out on a delightful treat.