Friday, February 15, 2008

He's such a Hadley

Everyone says how much Milo looks like Geoff. I totally agree and am so happy about it. Aunt Linny and uncle Will are so sweet with him and we are so thrilled that they are over here to get to know him. We can't wait to take him to Oz to meet his amazing family there. My sister Jenny sent Milo books on the history of Australia so that he can learn about his "father-land". Aussie, Aussie, Aussie.

Such a face to love!


He is a dream!

Three Weeks Old

He is so much fun for us!

Friday, February 8, 2008

Funny old man pants

I just think it is so funny that little babies are just like old men. We start life and end life the same... bald, toothless, diapers... it's comical.

"Not My Gum Drop Buttons!"

Doesn't he look just like a Gingerbread man? We just adore him.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Silly little boy

Funny faces: Milo’s little face has many entertaining expressions. He seems so animated for being just two weeks old. Geoff and I fear we may kiss him to death! Geoff loves to hold him… we kind of fight over him. He has the cutest little chicken legs.

Family That Loves You

Milo- You are so blessed to come into this world with so many wonderful people that love you. You will find that they will provide all the support you need. Your grandma Smoot spent 3 days sleeping over in your nursery the first few days we brought you home. It is crazy how much your uncle Joey adores you… he already talks about how he is going to teach you to snowboard. This life is all about the relationships you make and you have such a head start because of your amazing FAMILY.

Bath Time

Milo is the sweetest little dude. He never cries really except when he is naked. He hates the cold. But his favorite part of bath time is getting his hair washed. His eyes roll in the back of his head like he is in heaven. He is too much fun! We are so amused by him.

Sweet Baby

E. T. Sullivan once wrote these interesting words: “When God wants a great work done in the world or a great wrong righted, he goes about it in a very unusual way. He doesn’t stir up his earthquakes or send forth his thunderbolts. Instead, he has a helpless baby born, perhaps in a simple home and of some obscure mother. And then God puts the idea into the mother’s heart, and she puts it into the baby’s mind. And then God waits. The greatest forces in the world are not the earthquakes and the thunderbolts. The greatest forces in the world are babies.”

-President Gordon B. Hinckley