I am married to a wonderful man named Adam who works so incredibly hard to provide for our family! We have an ornery, yet adorable 3 year old daughter named Ally, who is in K3 at the Woodward Christian Academy. I am an office Manager at G&G Electronics here in woodward.
We have had an EXCITING 1st Christmas with Ally. Thought I would share some events from the week "before" Christmas. Ally met Santa Claus. She just sat and was hanging out. Im sure next year she will scream.
This is the new "tea party" exersaucer her nama got her for Christmas. (not to copy Haven, but this is the CUTEST one out there!)
This is the new Rainforest High Chair Nama also bought Ally for Christmas. She loves playing with the animals.
This is Ally eating her green beans (She wasnt a fan)
Well, Ally turned 4 months old on Monday, which means its shot time again! We went this morning and got her shots, which led to me calling Adam and saying "you are taking her from now on!" She cried, and would stop for a bit, and start screaming again. Luckily, the doc upped her tylenol dosage as well so I was able to give her more tylenol to knock her out. She is supposed to go to the Chiropractor this afternoon for her adjustment, but I dont see that happening. I will probably just have to cancel her appointment for this week. I had a tupperware party monday night, which as all know, it snowed monday night, so nobody showed up. Big bummer. Anyways, the Rodgers family is just trying to get ready for Christmas. We just got Ally a few things for under the tree, and my mom and dad bought her exersaucer and highchair, and probably some other things. It's not like shes going to remember if we got her something or not. But we did. lol. Anyways, just a little update on life.
I talked previously about my little "charity case" I took on- AKA Abby Bear-- this is her- she really is adorable. She has finally stopped peeing and pooping on my floor as much. I took her for her shots yesterday and they say she is probably about 10 weeks old (meaning she was like 5 when we got her) and they couldnt say what breed she is yet. She looks a lot like Auskar and Snickers did when they were really little, other then Auskar had a long nose.
We dedicated Ally to the Lord on Sunday morning. Only 2 people showed up from Adams side of the family--my S-I-L and my nephew. Really the only 2 I feel even halfway care. Allys own grandma didnt show up. It makes me sad and a little angry. His whole family is basically un-churched and didnt see it as a priority. However, had she had a ballgame, they so would have been there. Besides, they couldnt get it out of their heads that we should be baptizing her. No matter how much we explained what the bible REALLY says about baptism to them--- a PUBLIC Announcement-Symbol of salvation-Ally is under God's Grace until she is old enough to make her own decision-They thought she needed to be baptized. Had they been at the service and heard allens sermon they may have understood it, but no-Anyway, a few pics with ally in her dress.