Kentley had her 2 month check up. Stats: 10 lbs 7 oz - 20%; 231/2 In - 74%; 37.8 - 10%. Basically she is long and thin with a tiny head. haha She did awesome with her shots though, such a trooper! And this is just one of the many, many smiles we see. She just gets cuter and cuter every day!
Jocelyn continues to be such a big helper and is adjusting more and more every day.
This is Jocelyn "enjoying" the 4th of July fireworks. (She would be the lump underneath the blanket on KC's lap.) She is such a wimp. If you asked her about the fireworks she would tell you she was listening to the booms. Lame.
Jocelyn and her cousin Broxton at the Honeyville parade.
A family pic at the parade. I know Kentley is missing but she was sleeping and I wasn't about to wake her as she had been screaming for about an hour that morning. Thankfully I figured out
it was all the dairy I was eating so things have gotten much better. Except for the fact that I can't eat milk or ice cream. The ice cream thing is sooo hard but worth it if it makes my babe happier.
I love the face she is making as she is preparing to put her butt in the water. It's amazing how a little bit of water will make a toddlers day.
Just a little more Kentley cuteness!
Jocelyn taking her first of many tractor rides this summer. KC has been soo helpful this summer by taking her for a few hours a day up to the farm and I can't begin to tell you how much she loves to go.
This was her waiting to be picked up. She looks so grown up with her little backpack on.
Another fun part of our summer's are the weekly softball games KC plays with his brother's and friends. They lost one game in the tournament but still have a pretty good chance to win it all.
I love this picture of Jocelyn sitting in the dugout eating her "dinner". She loves hanging out with her bud Jesse.