Monday, November 20, 2006

Steven's Baptism 11.19.06

Steven was baptized yesterday by my Dad, or as we know him now, Pappa. It was so exciting and special to us that he performed the ceremony and introduced Steven into our covenant family. In true Wimberly style (wanting him to be as boyish as possible), we dressed him in his own white dress shirt, navy slacks, and tie. Steven was wonderful the whole service and very calm when Pappa sprinkled the water on his cute, hairy head.
Dad hands him off to Pappa.

Pappa introduces Steven to the congregation. He is reading a description of him that we wrote: "Steven is a happy, alert, and expressive little man with awesome hair."

The Wimberly Men

A proud Mommy and Daddy

The entire Thurman Family

With Aunt Lindsay and Uncle Kyle

With Aunt Jenn and (soon-to-be Uncle) Evan

Saturday, November 18, 2006

My First Haircut

I got my first haircut today at 11 weeks! The barber suggested that we just trim the back and sides since cutting the top right now would make me look like a porcupine. It took three people to distract me while he cut my hair, but at least I'll look dashing for my baptism tomorrow.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Playing with Daddy

I turned two months old last week, and am doing so many fun things! I laughed for the first time on Monday. Mommy and Daddy try to get me to do it all the time now, but I save it for special times. Here are some pictures from one of them with Daddy!

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Happy Halloween!

I was a rock star, and I didn't even need a wig! I had matching pants, but I decided just to stick with my "underwear"-- hanging out in your underwear is a very "rock star" thing to do. I guess you can just call me Stevie Mark. And Cousin Saige can be my Funky Bunch.

We can only take so much partying.

Here's a side view of my mohawk. It's kind of like an apache helicopter--difficult to see head-on.
Steven met his paternal great grandparents this weekend.
Mama and Papa drove all the way from Stephenville, TX to meet him.
This picture shows four generations of Sharp-Wimberlys.