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Archive - February, 2008

Fluffy hair

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Fluffy hair

Aren't I cute

 

 

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Pig tails

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Pig tails

Joel

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Video: Tent City

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Thanks to the Unruh’s for the awesome tent!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghWoVHz1S5g

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Video: Flexing and Greeting

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There’s a lot of love out there. (42 second video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rj1WsaP3quA

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Video: Zacchaeus was a wee little man

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Fun song and a great story! (1 minute video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_PjoBP3zgs

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Emily and Joel at Cristina’s wedding

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Emily and Joel at Cristina's wedding

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Ella plays with her neighbor friend

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Ella plays with her neighbor friend

Joel

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Pappy and Ella: Hanging out

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Pappy and Ella: Hanging out

Joel

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Ella at the Super Bowl Party

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Ella at the Super Bowl Party

Does it get much cuter?

n

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Consequences

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To spank or not to spank? We spank and though that isn’t socially accepted in today’s world, it is Biblical. However, we don’t spank in public…..which leads me to consequences. I noticed that when disciplining Ella at home, the threat of a spanking is often just as good as the real thing. However, we needed a “code” word for spanking when out in public, so I introduced her to the word consequences. For instance, “Ella come here, or I am going to spank you and that means consequences.” So now when out in public, all I have to do is say, “Ella, come here, or there will be consequences.” And she knows what that means.

Today at home, Ella proceeded to place one of her toddler-sized chairs on the couch beside me, so that she could sit on the chair- and on the couch- all at the same time. I told her to put the chair down, it doesn’t go on the couch, it goes on the floor. She quickly went into melt-down mode and started pulling the chair off the couch WITHOUT mommy’s help in a tirade and, wouldn’t you know it, the chair somewhat fell on her and she began to cry (please don’t worry- she wasn’t really hurt- more mad than anything). I ignored the fit, as I usually do, and she looked at me and said,

“Mommy, I have consequences.”

“What??????!???!??!!!!?” I gasped.

“I have consequences.”

“That’s right, Ella. You got hurt and that was your consequences for putting the chair on the couch.”

And she knew exactly what that meant. (!!!!)

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