Saturday, February 27, 2010


Okay, here are some long overdue pictures, in no particular order. I've got three or four posts' worth, so keep scrolling down. Enjoy!

Here's the Christmas dress that Grandma and Grandpa sent. It was adorable! This was by far the best shot we were able to get with her wearing it.
This was when we went to see Christmas lights at Rhema. Always a fun trip!

Playing in the snow with Daddy!

She threw a snowball at me...

Ziva's favorite thing about winter is definitely snowmen. When there was snow on the ground, everywhere we went in the car, we would count how many snowmen we saw. This is not a snowman we built, just one she's admiring at a neighbor's.

We decorated cookies for Valentine's Day. Ziva enjoyed all aspects of it...the decorating, the sprinkles, and the eating!

This is her "cheese!" face. We're working on how to give a real smile for the camera. :)

Check out this monster icicle! It has been one amazing Oklahoma winter. (But we're ready for it to be over.)

Fashion guru, don't you think?

This one's a classic.....I have a feeling it will make an appearance when she starts bringing boys home to meet us.
I just love this picture. She looks so big.

Playing golf with her new clubs.

She looks like a pro, right?

Snack time! This picture is from today, so it's the most current shot of what she actually looks like....tall!

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Nice to meet you!

Somehow I'm ready a few minutes early this morning and Ziva is still sleeping so I thought I'd try to dash off a quick post. Ziva has grown quite entertaining these last few days and weeks. Case in point, this past weekend we went to some friends' for dinner and to play some games, and there were a few new people there, so we introduced ourselves the way normal people do, shake hands and say "nice to meet you." Well, the next day, Ziva kept saying something we weren't quite getting, and holding her hand out to us. Finally we realized she was saying "Nice to meet you"! It was so cute, and she's been doing it ever since.

It's a tad bit scary, though, how fast she picks things up without us realizing it. A good thing to remember....