Thursday, September 6, 2007


Baylie got a high chair. Hip Hip Hoorah. The best $100 we spent...we think. Cause we can be pretty cheap. And I still think that is a lot for a hair chair. Ya think it's about time I start feeding her baby food? Poor thing didn't have a chair. We had a garage sale to get a new one and the only thing that didn't sell was the crummy one we had (it was a hand me down when we got it and has sitted too many kids). We tried to sell it for $5...but would have taken $2. Then we left it outside and it became coated by ants. After the garage sale we laughed that we must be destined to keep it, but couldn't get it back in shape, so it was just recently put on our front lawn which is also California code for TAKE ME NOW I'M FREE. And we see how fast it goes...minutes. Anything. Its really quite amazing. And our street isn't even that busy. This brand new high chair has had so much time put into it's hilarious. Seriously, Jason has been scoping it out online for months and gone to Target on his lunch break. I finally broke down. I wanted cloth, but ultimately Target didn't carry it, but Jason was right as usual. Did you read that hon? Clearly Baylie loves it. And she finally agreed to eat her rice cereal (which Luke protests and yells..Gross, don't give that to her! ) Ps. Yes bad hair is contagious in our family.

This is my spying on D taking a 'nap' How cute.

I don't think this picture will make Jason very happy, but Luke told me he is holding her tight, and B loved it. Can you recognize where I'm at? Ikea by myself...impressed? Well, I did meet up with some friends. I needed to buy a stinking new garlic press.

8 comments:

Lindsey said...

Baylie looks happier than ever in her high chair and in the stroller! What a cutie growing so fast. Darby's loving readin the incredibles. I love it!

the mccoy's said...

i love your spunkiness. always ready for a day out with all kids. you're awesome.

Amber said...

You went all the way to Ikea just to get a garlic press? You're silly. Although Ikea is a fun store, and I have heard that they have a child drop off area while you shop. Is that true?

Beth said...

Amber I was thinking the same thing about going all the way to Ikea for a garlic press. And yeah, they have a fun kid area. I remember going there with Emily and Owen LOVED it. Baylie looks so big in her highchair

English Garden said...

Did you want a cloth cover for the machine? I put my highchair cover in the wash on gentle all the time, comes out lovely and clean. Cute, cute pics of the kids!

Courtney said...

That is a funny story about the old high chair. I am amazed what people when you put it out for grabs. We are remodeling and put a nasty old toilet and a baby blue bath tub outside, and they were both gone within two hours. Carl and I were having a good time watching them try to pick up the tub.
Don't you love free-bees!

uncle b said...

so cute thanks for the photos as always, your family is so cute
i am excited to get to know baylies personality, and i miss the rest of the kids specially darbs and luker and baylie xoxo

Renee said...

Is it plastic or cloth? Did Jason win? He wanted plastic right? Baylie is getting so big. She looks so big in her high chair. I feel like every time I see her she gets bigger and I see you guys pretty often.