Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
Besides the fact that she was an incredible athlete, teacher, and coach, she also taught us how to be a godly person. She loved the Lord and you could see that in everything she did. I am fortunate that I was her student and friend. Everyone celebrated her life yesterday and it turned out great. She was definitely loved and she will be missed greatly.
Friday, January 23, 2009
I was always tall for my age, and I hated it until I was in high school and it came in handy playing sports. I'm only 5'9" (which thats the height the doctor predicts Kaylor will be) But I remember as a child the teacher would ask us to line up from shortest to tallest for yearbook pictures and I HATED IT!! I would be the last person in line because I was the tallest in the class, behind all of the boys, and I would argue that I was actually shorter than them (which I knew I wasn't).
Oh well, hopefully Kaylor won't feel the same that I did if she is tall for her age. :)
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Somehow she found a way to get everywhere she needed to be.
Kaylor with Granny and Gram at Christmas a couple of weeks ago:
Monday, January 12, 2009
She wants to walk so badly, but continues to fall down every time. The most she has done is 5 steps by herself, which we were proud of. But like I said, she can take all the time she wants. I think its cute seeing her crawl all over the house and when she sees us coming behind her she crawls in super speed and starts laughing because she doesn't want us to catch her. She loves saying "Hey!" and waving to everyone too. She actually likes to say "Hey Daddy" to everyone, but she needs to learn that everyone she sees is not Daddy. Oh well.
Here are some pictures since Christmas.
What I called the "carrot" as a kid. I wanted my mom to do this to me all the time in the tub. Now its Kaylor's turn.