Monday, February 20, 2012

Just me and my baby

Harper went to stay with her grandparents on Friday and Scott left for a hunting weekend and that left just me and little Hollis all by ourselves! And we had a wonderful time!  Friday we ran some errands and came home and she went to bed early and I was just lazy.

Saturday morning we went to a baby shower for my friend Melissa.  She is having baby Crew in a month!
Ashley, Crystal and Tiffany
Jillian and Hollis were the only kids at the shower.  They played together a little.
Jennifer, me, Ashley and the expectant mommy Melissa.
(I just realized I was wearing FL colors that day and we got beat by FL in basketball that day - oops. I don't even know what possessed me to put those colors together)
Saturday night our church had a retreat for our youth girls. It's the third year for this (I think) and it's such a special weekend.  Hollis and I went and stayed as long as we could.  These are two of my prettiest friends (inside and out).  Maegan is our youth minister's wife and she is as funny as she is pretty.  And Ashley is a former Razorback cheerleader and soon to be (we hope) state senator's wife!
Three of our youth girls. They cracked me up - I told them I was going to take their picture and they all 3 instantly started primping their hair. As if they aren't cute enough.
We had an awesome speaker and worship leader but the girls also had just some fun times together!
My sweet friend Tracy fooled with Hollis a bunch.  Hollis was actually really good. She is such a sweet baby.  Yesterday morning we went to church and then after naps we took a quick trip to Target.
This was Hollis' first time to ride up front in the buggy.  I probably put Harper there at 5 months but because I usually have Harper with us and she rides up front - I have just never put Hollis there. She was so tickled to be sitting up there like a big girl. She kept looking around and smiling. 

As I was studying to teach Sunday School this weekend - I read one of our key verses and decided this was kind of my informal motto for my blog.  I pray that I can use my blog to share my faith in such a matter.

Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect, keeping a clear conscience, so that those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ may be ashamed of their slander. 1 peter 3:15-16

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