Thursday, May 27, 2010

Day 9: 90 Day Photo Project

Ok. So I know all the Gibbs pics are a bit redundant, but I honestly can't help it. I mean, look at those toes!

I do promise to try to be a bit more creative, though. Try being the operative word... ;-)

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Day 8: 90 Day Photo Project

My two men. Couldn't love them more...

Monday, May 24, 2010

Day 6: 90 Day Photo Project

Day 6: Baby Pudge.
Oh so pinch-able...

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Day 5: 90 Day Photo Project

This is Gibbs' favorite burp cloth. I made it while I was pregnant, and I must admit that it makes me smile.

The back of it is part of an old jumper that I wore when Chris and I were first married. I love that it is huge (for a burp cloth anyway), absorbent, recycled, and carries some history in our little family.

Like I said, it just makes me smile...

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Day 4: 90 Day Photo Project

We went on our first bike ride as a family today. Love that.

Gibbs was excited at first, then eventually fell asleep. We have decided that it is a great distraction / therapy for one who's teething. I predict that this will be very valuable in the future...

Day 3: 90 Day Photo Project

Mark Schultz in concert, at my church, supporting the orphan/adoption ministry. Doesn't get much better than that.

Chris and I got to go on a date, (Gibbs had a great time with Grandpa & Grandma) and it was a night I'll remember forever. We laughed, we cried, we were truly moved. Mark Schultz is such a great guy- humble, funny, talented, and really loves God. I wish we could all be good friends.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Day 2: 90 Day Photo Project

One of my favorite moments of today: watching one of the 'bestest' friends a girl could have doing what she loves. Doesn't get much better. Well, ok- the chatting afterwards was pretty fun too. :-)

Seriously. Book Sarah. She's amazing!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Day 1: 90 Day Photo Project Begins

So a group of gals, including some friends of mine, have thrown out a challenge. A 90 day photo project. Exactly as it sounds, you post a pic each day for three months. Then everyone posts their pics onto a group blog. Fun, right?

I'm looking at it as a good way to stretch a bit, and a good way to chronicle the everyday busy-ness that makes up our life right now.

So here's to day one. So far so good...