Wednesday, October 1, 2008

16 weeks



This week has been rather calm. Emily doesn't like being on her back so she'll roll to her tummy, but then she gets mad because she's on her tummy! Now that she's figured out how to go from her back to her tummy, I think she's forgotten how to go the other way! Since Sunday, I don't think she's gone from her tummy to her back once! (Sunday she was going back and forth from back to tummy and tummy to back all on her own.) We had dinner with my parents in Coleman last night and made Emily perform for them. Not the best circumstances, but the back of our Pilot worked just fine in a pinch.

I was playing with my camera to see if I could take a bunch of shots sequentially, but I can't figure out how to do it automatically, so here's what I came up with manually. (and, yes, the last row is the same as the first...Picasa has to have a certain number of pictures!)


I like to call this one "Papa's got me, but I've got my bib." (Notice how she's holding her bib, even in her sleep!)


And, last but not least, "Papa's little angel."

7 comments:

Jenni said...

so did Papa bring home gifts from his trip to Waco?

Lana said...

I like the blue headband!

Shaunna said...

Addi does the same thing...She rolls from her back to her tummy and then gets mad that she's on her tummy! Blake and I think it's a little game she likes to play;)Addilyn starting rolling both ways really early too- She and Emily have a lot in common:) Hope you guys are doing good!

Cara said...

Camden was good at that - making himself mad. He started rolling over at 4 weeks, at 6 rolled the other way and forgot the first. It took several more weeks before he was comfortable with both ways. I sure miss you guys!

JoAnn said...

What a sweetheart! You must be having so much fun watching her learn her new tricks. I hope that you are enjoying the fall. This morning is about 40 degrees. Yikes! I am hoping that the sun will bring in some warmth to our day. Did you enjoy the football game?

Heather said...

The football games are always fun, some more than others. Home games are hard for me because Phillip has to work the gate for at least the first half, but they're fun anyway.

jennyc said...

She is so cute. Colton did the same thing about forgetting how to do something when he was working on a new skill. It's amazing how quickly they change & learn! Enjoy it!