Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Five More? Probably not.

A few recent miscellaneous pictures . . .

Steve and I went to the hospital last week to visit the newest member of our congregation. Is she a cutie, or what? When I held her, I immediately got the Baby Fever and asked Steve if we could have five more children. Immediately.

I have yet to hear an answer back from him.

Our two Smith Sibs hanging out in fine Smith Sib fashion.

Snowy with static. (He looks so much like me with "morning hair" that I just have to laugh.)

Is this not the cutest little dress ever?

I got it for Sarah at a consignment store when she was about four; when she
grew out of it, I packed it away. I just found it again when we were moving
and fell in love with it all over again.

Nathan sat in with us on the drums when he was here the past two Sundays.

The rest of the music team at our church; they are so great to work with.

And now I have the happy job of going downstairs and pondering the chicken
that has taken up residence in the refrigerator. My brain is a complete blank
as to what to do with ye olde bird for dinner but maybe if I ponder long enough,
inspiration will strike.

And maybe while I'm pondering, Steve will make up his mind about whether or
we're going to be having five more Smith children.

Ha. I think not.

(But that doesn't mean that I still don't love holding those teeny, new
congregational members!)

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Anonymous said...

Is Steve still laughing??
Ciao! Guerrina

Megan said...

I have a question that I have always wanted to know but never knew who to ask...until now! Why do drummers have that plexiglass thing in front of their drum sets? Inquiring minds want to know!

Pam D said...

Hmmm. I think I heard the faint sound of guffaws coming from northeast of here. Those things carry on the wind, you know. And they just keep going, and going, and going..........

Ann Martin said...

Be sure to let us know about the 5 children because we definitely want to have a "baby" shower.

Alaska Girl said...

Becky, we are the new "tweens" in between having kids and grandkids! I look at newborns like that too, but then remember the sleepless nights, spit-up and diapers and I think I'll wait for grands that I can send home after cuddling! L in AK

Anonymous said...

How come you didn't have more kids? Just wondering!


Anonymous said...

If its chicken breasts in your fridge stick them in a crockpot on low and pour over 1-2 cans of enchilada sauce depending on how much you have. Cook on low for 4 hours if they are thawed. Then shred. Wrap in tortillas with shredded cheese, pour over more sauce and cheese on top and bake in oven for 30 minutes. The easiest chicken enchiladas ever!


Mrs. Money said...

AWW that baby is too cute!! I have such baby lust!

Your kids are both darling too!