So I don't know if any of you have heard of the Shaytards, but they are freaking hilarious! They are an LDS family originally from Pocatello, ID (about 20 miles from Blackfoot) and they recently moved to LA. Well, when we were in Pokey for Addy's doctor's appointment, I drove by so I could get a picture of their old house and send it to my little sister:
It was STUCK between the class and screen of our storm door. IT'S A BAT!! Weird! Our friends were so excited that they caught it in a cup and brought it over to the Bishop's house. Our friends are 14-15, in case you were wondering. :)
Well, we were blessed with the help of lots of our friends and neighbors (not that our neighbors aren't friends, but you know what I mean right?) today on the roof. We had lots of folks from the ward, the missionaries, family, etc. help out and we got a lot done!
This is not a picture. Days like this are an exception to the 365 rule book. This is OFFICIALLY the very first time she rolled over. She is 4 months and 10 days old. I know you think I'm lying, but I'm not. This harness she wears makes it really convenient to know when she's about to do something great. She couldn't roll over in this, but if it looks like she might be able to.... then all I have to do is remove that mother and watch what happens. And that's exactly what I did. Enjoy. I know we did.
Today we went into Idaho Falls and ran some errands with Daddy. He is going to put a new roof on our house. We went to BMC West, Home Depot, Lowes, and other places like that. Little Beebops was great! And Daddy even treated us to Johnny Carino's on the way home.
I can't get enough of the pics that are all up in her grill.
She has a new buddy. He has yet to be named.
"Are you guys ready to go yet? Crap".
Helping Daddy by holding the bungee cord for him.
After all this craziness, we went grocery shopping. We always go in needing MAYBE 4 things, and walk out $75 poorer. Dang those good deals and a husband that LOVES to impulse shop.