He is just waiting for the secret punch or something. Haha. Nope--she was just being sweet.
Now for the choker hold. Actually it was just bad photo timing--she was really just standing up but I thought it was just hilarious!
She was leaning over to give him a kiss. She really just leans over and puts her face on his but she does it when I ask, "Can you give bub-boo a kiss?" (I call him all kinds of annoying nicknames during the day....they just come out--I can't stop myself.)
Love love love love love them.
Watching a little t.v.
Sitting up in his Bumbo! Big boy!!
Saying, "Hi ya'll to the camera".
He almost rolled from his back to his stomach. This position was a result of his efforts. He just hung out like this smiling and cooing. He almost got past that arm. I think he actually accomplished it today on the couch but I didn't see it--he was just on his tummy when I left him on his back. I think the soft cushion probably helped him get over that arm.
I just thought he was so precious sleeping with his arm over his eyes! I had to take a photo--the whole time thinking "please don't let this wake him up"!!! Oh, I got the Christmas cards today and am getting them addressed. I can't wait to show them to you guys!! I want people to get them in the mail first though! Now, onto Crock Pot Wednesday!
Crock Pot Chicken with Black Beans & Cream Cheese
· 4 to 5 frozen boneless, skinless chicken breasts
· 1 15oz. can of black beans, drained (I used two cans!)
· 1 15 oz. jar of salsa
· 1 15 oz. can of corn, drained
· 1 8oz. package of cream cheese
Place chicken breasts in crock pot. Add beans, salsa, and corn. Cook on high for 4 to 6 hours, or low for 7 to 8 hours. Add cream cheese (just set it on top) for the final 30 minutes. Mix thoroughly and shred chicken before serving. Serve with rice.
Tips: This is as easy as it sounds! I used two cans of black beans just because I thought it needed more. I also had like 1/4 a thing of Velveeta that I added just becauase it needed to be used. I served mine with brown rice--it was SO delicious and we ate it for dinner for three nights! SO easy and SO good!!!