Miles trying on glasses. We hope he likes them because if his vision is anything like his parents, he's going to need them the rest of his life.
Miles with his cousin Tanner wearing their matching ties.
We celebrated Grace's(Miles other cousin)) birthday today. She turned 4...... going on 14 :)
This week has been wonderful! Miles has slept well every night this last week. What a difference it makes in all of us. I can't believe how fast he is developing! Last week Miles was starting to pull himself up on everything. This week he's not only pulling himself up but he's letting go and trying to stand on his own. I can hardly keep up with him. The only time he stops to take a breather is when he's pooping, and that lasts 2 minutes. Then, it's off to the races again.
John is still working a ton at his job and doing well. He is either a really hard worker, or a really great salesman (maybe a little of both). He leaves for work about 8:30am and comes home between 7:30 and 8:00pm every night. And even after that long day, he's ready and willing to help with Miles. He is such a great dad, and Miles loves seeing him when he come home from work. Maybe that's because dad is actually fun, and by that time mom has just enough energy left to make sure Miles doesn't get seriously injured, let a lone throw him up in the air and catch him like dad does.
As for me, I am trying to get some running in. I signed up for the 10k on July 24th. That should be interesting seeing that I haven't gone more than 4 miles since high school. I will be running it with my cousin Alan and Wes. Speaking of Wes, Congrats on his Mission call to Ghana! We are ghana miss you. Ghana are the days of your mother's great cooking! You're ghana make a great missionary!!!
We hope everyone has a great week! We'll write again next Sunday. Love to everyone!!!!!