Quick compilation video of Noelle learning to crawl (July 2016) through learning to walk (Oct/Nov 2016). Enjoy!
The Easter Bunny visited Noelle, and he also left a little something behind for Mackenzie as well! Spring is in the air as we celebrated Easter with the whole family over.
She was three and a half years old…
…or 42 months old…
…or 183 weeks old…
…or 1284 days old…
…when we cut her hair.
Last weekend we got the family and cousins together for an early Easter Egg Hunt. Noelle helped us fill the eggs earlier that morning with breakfast cereals and some chocolates, though I’m pretty sure she did not know she was preparing for her own egg hunt later that day. We then headed to her grandparents’ house and her cousins came over shortly thereafter. They spent the majority of the afternoon outside playing, running around, getting carted around in Grandpa’s beach cart, hunting for Easter eggs, and then throwing balls around (and screaming with joy for some reason). The girls always have a blast whenever they get together and this past weekend was no exception!
This is one of the first full family videos we have with Mackenzie and Waverly together as babies and not newborn infants; we’re starting to see their little personalities shine through and they fit right in with their cousins.
Just testing out a new camera for vlogging home videos around the house. Here are the girls playing around the house, Noelle helping with Kenzie’s bath time, Noelle versus the big Minnie & Daisy puzzle, and a quick stroll around the neighborhood.
Here are some home videos of the end of winter and early spring of 2019. I don’t get to shoot as much video or photos now as both girls keep Catelin and me very busy, but here are some highlights that I just had to grab the camera for. Enjoy!
Noelle has taken really well to being a big sister.
When she wakes up in the morning, she has to see Mackenzie first. If Mackenzie is not in her crib or out somewhere, Noelle is very confused and concerned.
At Kiddie Academy, every so often she will ask her teachers to take a trip down to the other side of the school to see her little sister.
She will kiss and hug her sister randomly throughout the day, and she will ask to hold her or feed Mackenzie her bottle (though she doesn’t quite get it right sometimes).
We couldn’t have asked for anything more in Noelle’s role as big sister, and it genuinely warms our hearts to see this in action.