Greetings. We hope everyone had a fun and safe weekend!
Things are going pretty good here. The girls are growing and learning more and more everyday. They are amazing little girls (I know, all parents think their kids are smart, cute and etc.). They never cease to amaze us and keep us laughing non-stop. We are lucky parents! They are talking in sentences and Laney recognizes the following words if you show them to her: Mama, Baba (dad in Chinese), Kyler (our dog), Laney and Abby. They are pretty good with their colors, can sing their ABC's and have pretty much mastered counting to 10. They love music and Abby can typically be heard singing one of her favorite songs as she bops through the house. I know, I know, I'm bragging, but that's what Baba's do!
Potty training is going well. We are having very few accidents (if any at all, they are doing very well at this).
They have been feeling a bit under the weather and visited the Dr. this past week. When the nurse came out to get us, Laney stopped in her tracks and in a firm loud voice said "NO!" You see, the nurse that came out to get us was the nurse that gave them their last round of vaccinations in March. Laney has a GOOD memory. She thought she knew what was coming. Luckily, the worst part of the visit was the Dr. looking in her ears and mouth.
The girls experienced their first 4th of July as US citizens. We spent the fourth on our cul-de-sac. Some very nice families organize a pitch in and the shoot off fireworks at the end of our cul-de-sac every year. We were not sure what the girls would think of the fireworks. Abby kept saying "MORE!" Laney kept saying "Pretty, up to the sky" but really was not all that impressed when they just kept shooting them off over and over. But we were surprised that they tolerated and enjoyed the fireworks for a while.
Below are a few photos for you to enjoy. We know it is not Colts season yet, but we just had to get the girls new Manning jerseys for the upcoming season. And by request, you will find the photo of me modeling my father's day tie. Thanks for stopping in.
(here they are helping me wash the Jeeps)