Monthly Archives: June 2010

Yogurt

Yogurt

Rush has taken a recent liking to yogurt, and he eats it with a spoon all by himself!  What a big boy.  It seems like every time I look at him I’m blown away by how much he’s growing up.  And yes, I usually have to bathe him after he eats yogurt.  But who can resist this happy little face?

That is definitely yogurt in his hair.

He’s right-handed.  Sorry Jake, Grandpa Spurlock, and Uncle Ty…

Singing to his cracker…

Talking to me (no real words yet, but I’m sure what he’s saying is very important)…

And after about 10 minutes or less of yogurt eating, the bowl is usually thrown off the tray and yogurt is splashed all over the floor, counter, sliding glass door, and blinds…

This is his little dance move – he swings his arms up and down with his hands in fists.  I love his expression when he knows he’s dancing!

This boy takes his sippy cups very seriously…

And one final yogurt face for your enjoyment…

Trouble…

Trouble…

**(This is another older post – started in March.)**

Ever since Rush has been more mobile (crawling and now walking), he’s gotten himself into all kinds of trouble…

Stuck!

Much to Rushton’s dismay, there are locks on all cabinets except one.  Sorry little dude, life’s full of disappointments.

And just for kicks, here’s Rush eating french fries – his very favorite food.  (Who can resist Carls Jr’s criss-cut fries??  Certainly not I.)

Cousins!

Cousins!

**(I guess I haven’t been very good at blogging in the last few months.  Here’s a post I started in March and just needed to add pictures to.  Old news, yes, but pictures are always fun. :)**

Probably the best part of March was when my brother’s kids (and wife) came out for Spring Break – Rush LOVES kids, especially his cousins!  We wore ourselves out by the end of each day, but we had a blast.  I’m so glad they made that long horrendous drive across Arizona and Utah.  We can’t wait to see them when they do it again, two more times over the next few months!  If there were an Olympic gold medal for driving long distances with lots of kids, they would get it.

So here’s what we did with the Bains while they were here:

Story time at the Salt Lake City Library…

Birthday party at McDonald’s for Rushton’s oldest cousin Parker (6 years old!).  Rushton made SUCH A MESS with his chocolate cupcake that the McD’s staff had to come clean up our area with a mop.  That was even AFTER I did the best I could with baby wipes.  Too bad I didn’t get a picture of that…

Lunch at the Gateway food court before another fun day of cousin awesomeness…

The Children’s Discovery Museum.  Rush had a blast even though he was too little to do most of the activities there.  The other kids in the pictures are my brother’s kids and my sister-in-law’s sister’s kids…

We loved hanging out with all of you guys!