Friday, August 28, 2009

Plastic Fruit

If you get a teething toy like this, don't boil it. It's the kind of plastic that will melt...

Saturday, August 22, 2009

An Eventful Day

I was going through all of Dustin's clothes (to pack the stuff that didn't fit him anymore) and found a few things that were obviously way too small. I put them on him anyway so they would get at least a minute's-worth of use.

A friend of ours gave us this sweet, old-school Johnny Jumper. I think it's one of Dustin's favorite things so far.

The Mud Bogs. From left to right: Tyrell, our friends Joseph and Britannia Howe, Kearney, and Dustin.

There's Kearney in his mud bogging truck. He would have placed if the truck hadn't gone haywire.

Monday, August 17, 2009

The Fountains

Dustin didn't like the fountains too much, but it's okay...he didn't like baths at first either.

Thursday, August 13, 2009


Skip finally worked-up enough courage to hold Dustin...but only for a split-second.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Who's That in the Mirror?

While we were at Old Navy, Nana gave Dustin his first real mirror experience, which he thought was funny.

Dustin's being a little flirtatious.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

A Four-Generation Span

Grandma and Grandpa Andersen are hilarious.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Brief Larsen Get-Together

On our way to Brigham (before Kearney dropped me off at the airport to fly to VA), Kearney, Dustin and I stopped in Park City to visit Nana's side of the family. Ryan is holding Dustin and Jordy is holding Jack. Believe it or not, they both asked to hold the babies. What awesome cousins we have.

Friday, August 7, 2009


Dusting was the most handsome little man at the wedding/reception.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Simple Entertainment

One day, while Dustin was chillin' in his crib, a burp cloth with hearts on it caught his little eye...

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Blessing Day

Dustin was blessed today! His baby blessing outfit was actually made by one of Nana's friends...if it looks a little familiar it's because she used my wedding dress to make it. The beautifule blue blanket was crocheted by Kearney's mom, who's obviously very good at what she does.