Saturday, March 29, 2008

Grandma and Grandpa Copple

This are just some pictures of my mom and step-dad (whom I love to death) when they came to visit last weekend.
Papa Jim with Aaron, and his two cousins: Xidis and Elyxzia.
Grandma and Aaron.
"Best Friends" that's what cousin Elyxzia is saying. Xidis (other cousin) was going to be in the picture but when we put Aaron in his arms, Aaron wacked him in the nose with his head. After that Xidis didn't want to be in the picture. Can't blame him.
Grandkids with Papa Jim and Aunt Maggie. We love these guys!

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Happy Easter

We just wanted to wish everyone Happy Easter! We wanted to say how grateful we are for Jesus Christ and his Atonement. I am so grateful to be a mom and a wife, and thanks to my Savior I can have those important people be with me forever. I can never thank Him enough. I love my Savior with all of my heart. We're happy to celebrate Him. We hope that all of you feel His love, and the joy and peace that comes from trying to follow Him. I'm grateful that one day we will all live again thanks to the Resurrection.
Aaron is officially getting into trouble. This is while I was getting ready for work, I heard him playing around in the kitchen and this is what I found. This was his first time getting into the cupboards. It's only going to get worse from here on out.

This was Aaron's first time going to the park and he LOVED it!!! He was in heaven. It was really cold though so we didn't stay long.

Aaron finds the weirdest things funny. This time I would say "jump" and then jump and he would laugh like crazy. He did for about 10 mins. It was great.
Still laughing.

We went up Big Cottonwood canyon by our house. It was a beautiful day, and pretty warm outside considering how cold it's been.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Blow Out

Aaron doesn't have many blow outs. I think that this is probably his 5th since he was born. When he explodes he really explodes
Aaron fell asleep with his toy in his hand and wouldn't let it go. It was really cute.
Crawling maniac.
We bought a new car. It's and '06 Toyota Corolla. We took the tint off the front windows and we really like it. Nothing like car payments!

Saturday, March 1, 2008


Aaron is officially crawling (and creating havoc). With it comes pulling himself up and standing. The only problem is when I put Aaron to bed. He has a hard time falling asleep. Before I could leave him in his bed, and once in a while pat his bumb in order to get him to fall asleep. Now that he can sit up and pull himself up, he'll stand up and scream his head off, and won't fall asleep. I can stand it for about 15-20 minutes, but he has such a high pitched scream that I can only take it for so long. He also has a window of time to get him to fall asleep or else his sleep is messed up for the rest of the day. So I'm having to pick him up more so that I can get him to sleep. It's not a habit that I'm liking a lot.
Aaron has also been getting his top two teeth for about two weeks. One has broken through, but the other one hasn't yet. It wouldn't be so bad except that he just got an upper respiratory infection and the combination of the two has him waking up every hour screaming during the night for the last 3 days. Poor kid! (poor mom!)

We tried putting Paolo's baseball cap on Aaron. He wasn't to thrilled about it.
So about two weeks ago I left Aaron in his room to play with his toys. I went to check on him a few minutes later and found him in the bathroom. He's been crawling ever since. A couple of days ago I went to change his diaper and there were no more in his room, so I went to grab some more. I came back and found him in the bathroom again. This time he had put something in his mouth and crawled into the bathroom. He looked like a little puppy carrying his leash in his mouth. Needless to say, I've started shutting the bathroom door.

The other new discovery (of many) is eating more solid food. This is one of those baby foods that disolves in your mouth. After he proceeded to shove the whole thing in his mouth, I took it out and fed it to him pieces.

"It's not going down mom. Now what do I do?"