Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Video's of the Peanut

We love the way she says No and Yes. The second video has her "Free Shoes" in it.

Cheap and Free Stuff

Cheap Stuff

The other day I went to the DI with my Relief Society President and boy was that a wonderful outing. I never thought that I would find as many things as I did for $13.00. I found a cute jean jumper from Old Navy, winter coat, a hoodie from Gymboree and some jammies from Carter's, but I didn't find a Mr. "T" like Malia did, but I'm going to keep an eye out for that next time I go. After the DI we went to the Bishop's Storehouse. I haven't been to the Bishop's Storehouse for a long time and when I walked in the door, I thought to myself, man the church in amazing. Now for the next part of my blog.

Free Stuff

Today the Peanut and I went to the Nike Campus and did Kid Fit Testing. For those of you who don't know what that is, it is when you go and try on their prototype shoes to see how they fit and they also look to see how they fit. They take that information and send it back to the designer and they make the necessary changes. Well when we were all done with that, which took all of 30 minutes, they said we could take a pair of shoes, that's right we got a pair of $40.00 toddler shoes for free, crazy!!, I know (they look like they are last season's shoe, who cares) or we could get a pass to the employee store for the whole family. So next time we go back, we are getting the pass to the employee store for some really inexpensive shoes.

I love free and cheap stuff!!!!!

Saturday, September 6, 2008

So Much Hair for One Little Girl!!!

Everytime Peanut and I go out, everyone comments on her hair, "That is a lot of hair, was she born with all that hair? her hair is beautiful!!" you know, things like that. Well, yes it is beautiful and gorgeous, but man trying to keep it beautiful is no walk in the park (Mom, now I see why you gave my a boy cut when I was younger). I have learned that food and cartoons or letting her see/touch things that she is normally not allowed to play with works the best at keeping her happy while I do her hair. With that said, here are some pictures of the after.....

Just a side note, the other morning we were looking for the Peanut's "Happy" (aka "Beanky, Plug") and we couldn't find it in her crib, but lo and behold we found it when she stood up, it was in her hair.