Everyone loved my hat!
Dad and Emily and the stinky camels.
Reissy Cup Family
Aunt Laura, Hunter, Mom, and Emily
Emily and Hunter at the Louisville Zoo
Morning Play Time
Why did you put us on this itchy grass?
Laura and the babies
Baby Swing Time
Strollin' in style
The Reiss family hosted the Burnham family for a couple of nights last week. Will had a Christian conference he was attending at the downtown Louisville convention center. It was the perfect reason for everyone to come up for a mid-week visit. Laura and I took the kiddos to the park one day for stroller and swing time. On Thursday, we all made a trip to the zoo. I was surprised at how long the babies lasted. They were very content in their strollers or being held while we watched the animals. However, sometimes I just had to laugh at their immaturity. While stopping to look at the elephants, Emily was not paying a bit of attention to the "elephant in the room" but she couldn't take her eyes and hands off of the wooden fence right in front of her!
Having Hunter in our house is like getting a glimpse into the future at what Emily will be doing next. He is only seven weeks older and he is a very good "cruiser." He could cruise around our kitchen, open cabinets, pull down plant stands, etc. He is very active and I can see I'm going to be even more busy in a few weeks. He is also starting to walk a few feet without holding on. I think both Emily and Hunter will be walking before their first birthdays! Here are a few photos from last week.