Friday, May 30, 2008

What a crazy kid

I can't believe this crazy girl will be one in a week.



(Note: the bad thing about posting pictures on the internet is that you get to see how messy our house is.)

9 comments:

Mama D said...

I'll take your messy over our messy any day! Take comfort in the fact that your house could be worse!

What a fun video of your girls! Happy birthday to Lindsay.

cassie said...

Happy Birthday Lindsay! I can't believe how big she is getting in her own little miniature way. She is so cute.

Kori said...

That is hilarious how she shakes her head, what a cutie! I'm glad she's crawling forward now. Spencer is still the king of the scooters.

chelle said...

What a sweet video. I love it!
I can't believe she'll be one this week either! Sheesh.
Happy birthday sweet Lindsay!

Tricia said...

Sweet, my niece shakes her head and grunts like a monkey... is that normal? Just Kidding... I was hoping to see the picture with the band-aid covered Alli... Can't wait to see you all in less than two weeks! Yeah!

Rachel said...

She's going bananas! I love that girl. Live it up, Linds!

The Smith Six said...

She's adorable. I think your girls and my girls would REALLY get along. Every time you post something funny about your kids, I always think, "My girls are the exact same way!"

Mama D said...

Laura loved watching this video because it is so funny when Lindsay shakes her head! She had to watch it twice because it was so funny! (That's why she had to say it [so funny] twice...) She loves watching videos and looking at pictures when I'm reading blogs!

Beth said...

Jamie! I'm so glad you found me...of course I don't mind you commenting on my blog! What a good way for us to keep up with each other! You're family is so adorable; I had no idea you had two girls! So, did you know that Stu Sucher is getting married at the end of June?! I talked to him on the phone a couple weeks ago and asked him if he'd heard from you and Steve lately. He said that he'd sent an announcement to Steve's family's house. Anyway, yes, I am in Japan now, having a blast...I'll be here for a month toatl, staying with some friends. I figure that while I'm still single I may as well see as many places as possible. This time last year, I was in Great Britain. I love having summers off! By the way, I just finished my first year teaching Suzuki violin at an elementary school in Houston. I love my job, so I think I'll be there for a while. So, Steve's doing his residency now? Where did you move to? Somewhere in the midwest still? So good to hear from you!