We Four Bears

A site about our family! Mostly or all actually of Josie and Dana. I mean who cares about us anymore anyway?

Friday, July 25, 2008

Firsts, firsts, and more firsts....

First haircut, first cereal, first time holding her bottle all by herself.....lots more firsts happening around here. And some other random pictures are included here as well. Some of my favorite recent pictures.

Dana holding her own bottle.

Josie eating her first cereal at 4 months old.

Dana eating her first cereal at 4 months old. (Do you think they look alike at all? I think they look very different).

First haircut. I am not sure how I feel about her new haircut.

I actually think I regret cutting it. We'll see how I feel tomorrow when I "do" her hair.

Dana's first time in a bumbo. She loves to sit up and be able to see what is going on.

Not a first, but here is just a cute picture of her sucking her thumb and sleeping.

Josie playing in "snow" at Christmas in July downtown, right after her haircut.

Daddy and Dana relaxing.


Saturday, July 05, 2008

Happy Independence Day 2008!

Off to my parents on the 4th as usual. We had a good time. My parents have this adorable volkswagon battery operated car and Josie loves to drive it. It didn't take her long to figure out how to go forwards and backwards. It never ceases to amaze me how fast kids pick things up.
When the fireworks started Josie was a little scared. But, after a couple minutes she loved them. She watched them from inside Grandma's house (that's a perk of going to Grandma's on the 4th) with her adopted Grandma Laurie.
Saturday, we went to the Alameda County Fair. We were there for about 4 hours and Dana slept for 3.25 hours. Josie had her first experience pee-peeing in a public potty. I guess we couldn't avoid that forever. Don't worry mom, we didn't let her touch anything. The second Josie saw kids on the pony rides, she said, "I want to ride the horse mommy". She loved the pony rides. She wasn't scared at all. I didn't even attempt to go in with her and walk along side of her, because I could tell she was fine. When it was over, she just kept saying "more mommy, more". Unfortunately, at $6 a ride, she wasn't going to go again. :(