Things the Herrel kids say
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October & November 2016 Fall was a fun time for Leah and Samuel! We played in giant leaf piles, painted pumpkins, carved pumpkins, played at the park, cheered on the Buckeyes, and celebrated Thanksgiving! It was a fun-filled few months. … Continue reading
Samuel is very lovey-dovey with Leah. He loves to rub his nose and cheek on her soft head – or as he calls it, “give her hugs and kisses.” He was in a particularly loving mood this morning and asked … Continue reading
Leah is 10 weeks old today and we finally got to the doctor for her 2 month appointment. She weighs 9lbs. 10oz. (20th percentile) and is about 22 inches long (25th percentile). She’s got the “Herrel Head” just like … Continue reading
We went to the zoo tonight for The Festival of Lights. Samuel had a great time checking out all the lights – especially the floating light bulbs on one of the ponds that changed colors every few seconds. While the … Continue reading
Leah is now 8 weeks old – crazy! About two weeks ago, at 6 weeks old, she started smiling at us – not just random smiles, but actual smiles in response to us talking to her and looking at her. … Continue reading
I take a lot of pictures of Samuel every week, some of which are totally random, but I just love taking his picture! I’m sure every parent feels this way, but I just think he is so darn cute! So, … Continue reading
Back when Samuel was almost 3 months old, we began sitting him in his Bumbo seat – which helped him sit upright when he was little and couldn’t do it by himself yet. Once Samuel could sit on his own, … Continue reading
Samuel has a lot of wonderful people in his life who love him – parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, all of his surrogate aunties and uncles (Mommy’s and Daddy’s friends), AND his two favorite uncles – Matt and Patrick! Over the past … Continue reading
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zBRi6vEP18[/youtube] This is the first time we’ve captured Samuel giggling on camera (he’s usually distracted by the light on the camera and forgets about everything else).