Tuesday, August 9, 2011

7 Months

Below are a few recent pics of Adelaide, now 7 months old!

Sunday, August 7, 2011


Yesterday morning (at Amanda's awesome suggestion) we all went on a breakfast picnic above the Lime Creek trailhead. We had been talking about going on one since last September, when we had gone up Shallow Creek and had a picnic with Christa, my sister. Those were such fond memories for all of us, and yesterday proved to be a special day too. Everything was amazing - the food, the weather, the scenery, and of course the company.  I kept thinking how much I love my life, and I'm sure everyone else was thinking the same thing too. :)

Baby Sage just chillin'

Logan had fun passing out plates and forks to everyone. Here he had just kissed Adelaide. I wasn't quick enough!

Mmmmm! Strawberry!

playing catch w/ Uncle Damon

Beautiful Mama & Baby

Daddy has food coma

Pups was so happy to run and play, and of course get some lovin' from me

our entertainment: Damon juggling

He was really good!

Some cute fuzzy fly I haven't yet identified

Snoozing w/ Uncle D

Blissed out!

We were at a softball game later that day, but had to capture this Sunset!
(I didn't take a pic of the game b/c 4UR team lost 27-7  . . . shameful!)


YoBaby! Guess who discovered she really likes banana flavored yogurt! :)


Last Sunday Emily, Amanda & I had a hankering for some sushi, so we went to the Wild Ginger in Alamosa. Needless to say it hit the spot! We all left with full bellies and happy faces. Below are a few pics we took while waiting, thought they were too cute not to post.

Emily holding Sage

Yay for Girls Day Out!

Big eyes. She's getting so big and sits in her own high chair now

These days she's into feeling mamma's teeth

And giving kisses

Love her so much!


Mac (the horse) has been in the Gibbons family for many years before he became a member of the 4UR herd. Here are some pics of another generation of Gibbons riding Mac. Thank you to Grandma and Cassie for the cute outfit and shoes!
Daddy teaching Adelaide to pet the horse, not pull his whiskers (poor Mac! He was wincing here)

So excited she was clapping

She was literally bouncing up and down in the saddle

I think she's a natural ;)

Getting further instruction from daddy on how to dismount after her ride :)