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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

A little of this and a little of that...

I don't really have much to report on this month. I've been thinking about something to write but I just can't think of anything good. I guess some "news" is that I've been released at the primary secretary. But the other news is that I was called at the 2nd counselor in the primary presidency. I wasn't without a calling at all...I'm not really thrilled about the calling because there are so many problems in our primary, but maybe a new team of "worker bees" will fix the problem. Let's hope so.

On a better note, we visited the snow on Sunday. About an hours drive and there we were with what little snow was left from a storm several weeks ago. It was cold and Myles didn't love any of it. He cried the entire time and Yoda was cold too. When we got back in the car it read 35 degrees. We hadn't thought it would be that cold.

Here are just a few random pictures of the baby. He's growing so fast. I'm guessing he is about 18 lbs. and about 25 inches long. He is a tank. He's making a mess of my back and my arm. But he's so great! We love all the smiles he gives us now and he's starting to really interact.

3 comments:

Melissa said...

It's so good to see him growing. Sorry about the new calling!

Kristin said...

2nd cnslr is easy. Just delegate. You already had to do sharing time, now you're just in charge of cubs too. That's a bit of work, unless you have good cub leaders. It's all drama, I know. Myles is so chubby! 18# man, Ella weighed in at 19 just today. She's in the 3%, but 68% for height. Picky little booger. Won't eat anything but bread and yogurt. And by the way, 35* is NOT cold. We're in the teens, at least you have HEAT in your car!!!!

angie said...

You didn't actually think they'd give you a break, did you? How are the responsibilites delegated in your ward now that it is up to the Presidency to divide the work? Miles is growing so well! He looks adorable. He reminds me of Dru in the picture of you holding him at the snow.