10.14.2008

We went to Palmyra, NY, on Saturday to go to the temple there. (It's only a 90 minute drive). It was a great little trip- but it lasted all day! Our ward does this baby swap where you go to the temple and leave your child with a bunch of other kids and parents and then when you finish you get to take care of the kids while the other parents go to the temple. We were glad we went, but next time we may try a different approach to a babysitter. We strongly recommend a drive through upstate New York in the fall. It was a beautiful day. The weather here has taken a turn for the warm. It was 70 degrees yesterday. This is the view from the Hill Cumorah.


Here is little Henry in his favorite place in the house- the bathroom floor. We don't know why he loves it so much but if he is upset we just go stick him on the rug and his worries seem to disappear. Don't mind his funny pajamas, all his other ones were dirty. Isn't he adorable? We think he likes the colors (all the pink) and the lights and sounds. He seems to quite enjoy the shower, bath, toilet flushing, and even surprisingly the blow dryer.


And for all of you who couldn't seem to see the jello fish in our last post (Jessica, Leslie, & Leisy) here is the mold. Now can you see it?



4 comments:

The De Souzas said...

That mold just creeps me out...

Your baby, however, is seriously cute. I can't get over the perfect shape of his head. And his features are very proportional. Most babies are at least a little weird looking, but I can't seem to find baby Hank's weirdness.

LauraJ said...

Cute baby!

Jello molds are funny! My Mom has some funny ones - a brain, heart and hand (creepy, huh?). They even came with instructions on how to make the jello a bit more firm so that the shape holds. Weird, but I will say, they have come in handy a few times!

Kenzie said...

hey laney! found your blog while i'm chillin watching tv. yes i'm a stalker.

BradandBecca said...

I love his hand on his hip in the bathroom picture. Hey-your solution to the babysitter at the temple dilemma is to drop him off at our place on your way. We are just about 30 min. outside Palmyra (we're right off I-90). I'm serious! We'd love to do it-he and Lexi can sit and stare at each other. Let us know next time :)