There's Mr. Teaguerman chewing on his fingers like always. He likes those middle three if he can get them jammed in there! I bet there was a lot of drool on Papa's shoulder.
There's the big fella smiling at Grandma. I say big fella because he is! At his 4 month checkup, he weighed 14lb 3oz. I went and looked in the baby books and at 4 months Carter was 13.10, and Avery was 12.3!
This little girly just loves loves loves her brother! She holds him everyday and can't walk by without giving him some kisses. She's just a sweetie (when she's not whining).
Can't you just tell they're buddies? I like this one too because Teague found his thumb!
And another one - she/donutface was being very gentle with him because he just had 3 shots in his little legs. He was good though, and Tylenol helps.
We tried rice cereal that night...he's not a fan! I think he was tired and sore though. He did much better with it last night.
Carterman got some new dinosaur swim trunks from Old Navy. What could I do? They were blue and had dinosaurs - it's like they were made special for him. As you can see, he loved them!
The pool was freezing at the Y that day. They got to play outside for awhile though. They have some cute stuff outside there.
Teague was sitting with his buddy Jordan and found his toes. I love when babies play with their toes!
Poppa had a bball tournament in Bozeman this weekend and realized his last game Sunday was at noon...so he told Carter we should go to the Museum of the Rockies. Yay! They were so excited - they got decked out in dino gear. Carter was nice enough to share some clothes with Avery!
We did some cute pigtails so my girl still looked beautiful in her brother's clothes!
Here they are standing next to Big Mike when we got there. We waited outside for a little bit while Grandma, Erica, Landon, and Jordan picked up Grandpa at the gym across the street.
We checked out the frog exhibit first. It was quite cool. We missed some last time we were there.
These two are buddies - always have been, always will be!
Daddy took a break in the dinosaur exhibit to give little man a bottle. He chowed it right down and came back to check stuff out. He was awake the whole time we were there - about two and a half hours! I found him some dino clothes too.
The Yellowstone exhibit is the kids' favorite. It's specifically designed for kids under 8. Avery really liked the little kitchen/log cabin this time. She made Jordan some pizza.
They have cool outfits to try on for workers in Yellowstone - fire fighters, chefs, construction workers, and tour bus driver (nice Jordo!).
Lando the construction worker was looking good!
Mom stuck my camera in the tent and got this shot of Carterman. They were all kind of off in different areas. Good thing there were lots of adults to keep up with them!
It stopped pouring just after we ate - what a lucky break. It was pounding the roof of the museum when we were there. We got to play at the dino park after all!
After we got home, Teague wanted to be entertained. Luckily with a blanket behind him, he was able to stand in the activity center (or whatever it's called!). He thought it was pretty cool - he's really starting to grab for stuff!
And last but not least, look at this beauty! Mom and Dad bought this skirt for her at Costco. She found it after daycare and had to put it on (along with Mom's shoes). She kept twirling and asking Landon if she looked pretty!