One day we were hanging out when I realized Hannah had turned 10 months old the day before, so I scooped her up and plopped her in the front yard for pictures. I didn't do her hair or wipe her face and her clothes don't necessarily match, this is just regular day Hannah. No frills, no clean face, booger hanging out her nose...whatever. I actually photo shopped the little orange booger out of her nose on a few pictures, but then I didn't want to take the time to do it anymore.
I don't know what this face is, but she was doing it a lot.
Cheesy Hannah, I love when she scrunches her face and I can see her bottom teeth. What a goof!
She actually attempted to clap int this picture.
And then I tried to hand her a dandelion to hold and she made her classic mad face. Can I tell you how much I laugh every time she does this. It probably ticks her off even more, but it is SO funny.
She really didn't like that dandelion.
Don't make this one mad! What a rascal. I am delighted that I captured this face on camera, I have been trying for so long. I want to always remember her 10 month old attitude.
It's getting hard to let Hannah play outside when her brothers do because it's impossible to keep her from eating everything on the ground. I thought she looked so cute watching them through the window.
We signed Jordan up for a bowling league and Saturday was his first day. He had so much fun and I'm so glad we signed him up. It was $30 for eight weeks and he gets a pizza party and his own jersey at the end. They teach him technique and I think he likes this more than he would like football.
We headed over to Heber for our last day of our vacation to ride on the Heber Creeper.
We were all excited for a ride on a train.
And it was so much fun at first.
It was super hot, but it was still fun.
Then the train stopped and there was a loud ruckus and my children were scared.
And then "train robbers" entered the train.
And as the robbers got closer to us Jordan was near tears. These next four pictures were taken in ten seconds. The guy saw how scared Jordan was and tried to make it up to him by giving him a chocolate.
Sam was fine once he had chocolate.
Jordan was still scared.
This is the face that Jordan makes when he is trying not to cry.
Then, I think we convinced him that everything was okay.