Friday, June 18, 2010
Kaylynn was playing with him, giving him kisses and loves when he started wailing like he rarely does. He became a victim. Kaylynn hasn't usually bit unless we are trying to get something out of her mouth. Hope it isn't the start of a pattern. He's pretty tough.
I was at a charity fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis (a friend of mine was co-chairing) and they had a silent auction. The helmet and stick are signed by this years Alaska Aces team. It was listed as valued at $700. I'm not a fan, but our friends in Homer sure are. No one had bid on it, so I called and asked if they'd want me to bid on it. They got it for around $235ish. Go Aces!
So, I love her with her headbands on, unfortunately, she is able to take them off. Rarely do they last long. A few weeks ago she kept it on all through sacrament meeting. She pulls at her pigtails and ponytails, too. I continue to wage the war, but she wins most of the battles.
Kaylynn loves to play the piano. She can climb up on the bench by herself now. She plays lovely songs for us. She likes mom and dad to accompany her.
She's a bink girl. Robert doesn't like the bink. He knaws on his fingers. We've started that Kaylynn only gets her bink at bedtime and naptime. It makes her a little more excited to go to bed... just a little, though.
This is her favorite sweatshirt. Whenever she sees it, she wants it put on. The sad thing is that she has now outgrown it. She still would want it on. It was becoming more of a belly sweatshirt. She looked like she was supposed to be an 80's child.
She also is into dress up. Her friends have princess outfits and she loves to put them on. This is her fruffy skirt that she likes, too.