September 15, 2014

Our Crazy Girl

Sanna is a crazy active toddler. At not even 13 months old she is climbing up bookshelves, dressers, onto the table, into the desk drawer, pretty much any precarious situation she can think of, she's attempting. This is just one weeks worth of phone pictures documenting our crazy girl. 

I guess the top of the dresser is no longer a safe place to put things we want to keep out of her reach.

We have two computers at our desk. I was working on the mac and she climbed on my lap and then climbed over into this drawer that was open next to me so she could work on the pc.  She was using the mouse and keyboard like she's been doing this kinda thing all her life!
 I couldn't get the camera out fast enough to show her walking in these, it was so cute though, she came clowning into the room wearing Chico's shoes.

 She likes to get some reading done while walking laps on the couch...

 And now the top of the table is no longer safe.  Is it just me or can you see "mischief" written all over her face!?

 I teach Relief Society once a month. Yesterday was my turn but Brent couldn't come to church.  I asked the nursery if she could come in for that first hour. I figured she'd be fine with playing with toys with other kids. Which she was! I came to check on her after my lesson was over and I peeked in the window in the door as they were starting snack time and I was just grinning ear to ear seeing my cute Bubba there at the table with all those kids. She's so clearly still a baby but she so clearly does not believe that for one second.  She looked so happy.  She wanted to stand while eating her treats so the nursery leader held onto her hand. Sanna totally would have been stomping around on top of the table with a mischievous grin on her face if they'd have let her!

And last but not least, finally something about the other kids...Griz is the VIP at preschool this month and on this particular day he received a crown! He absolutely LOVES preschool.  He loves doing homework. He is so capable at getting ready, packing up his backpack.  It is such a joy having him in preschool.  It is so refreshing!

This last week has really been hard. Brent's pain from his surgery is pretty unbearable. One night I had to stay up with him most the night to make sure he was okay because he couldn't even stand because of the pain. I had to help lift him out of the chair and walk with him into the bathroom several times that night. Just that short walk left him shaky and so sick all from the intense pain and we had to do it several times that night. So we took him into the ER that next morning just to be told that they couldn't do anything about it. The pain was from internal bleeding and it would eventually go away.  Now several days later it is slightly improving but he is still in a lot of pain and really sick.  It is so hard to watch him like this.  It's been a hard week for me dealing with everything but I am so grateful to family who helped make it not as bad as it could have been.  Thank you!!!
We also got to do a few fun things this week.  The things that come immediately to mind are first a play date at Smoot Park with some High School friends. So much fun!  And on Saturday we got to go to two birthday parties.  We were full of sugar by the end of the night and Chico said he thought he might throw up if he ate any more sugar but it was worth it because of how fun it was.  It was fun going to those two parties because my boys were just little social butterflies and chatterboxes.  They were so cute to watch, I loved it!


Unknown said...

What adorable posts and stories! We hope your sweetheart feels better soon!!!

Unknown said...

These pictures are adorable! We sure hope your sweetheart feels better soon!