Saturday, December 20, 2008

Time with Tyler

Hazel got to spend quality time with her buddy Tyler Goodfellow this weekend. Hazel is twice Tyler's age, takes twice as long to eat, has 1/10th as much hair, and spits up about ten times more than Tyler... obviously. Great stats.

Open Your Eyes, Baby

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How am I supposed to feed this kid when she can't stay awake?

Mouth Fulla Chest Hair

videoHazel's First Day. Mark promised me he wouldn't let Hazel try to milk him but she hadn't quite figured it out yet!

Friday, December 19, 2008

2 Months of Hazel

Mark practicing the "baby-wearing" fad with our bulldog Phyllis.

















Mama enjoying Hazel's little noises. Who's profile do you like better?











Quality time with the grandparents.






















It's all about the tummy time.









Hazel on a platter... Same exact size as our Thanksgiving turkey! She wasn't too happy about that little photo op.










And bath-time wasn't a favorite at first either... but it's gotten a lot more fun since then... apart from the fact that Haze always pees in the water.










Rockstar status. A high school kid passed these on after unwrapping them at our YoungLife white elephant exchange. Such a glamor girl.








Our lil' Asian baby. We spoke in accents that day just to keep with the theme.



Cutest mini elf you ever did see!










The Thrash Family Christmas photo. It only took about 34 tries. How do you do it with multiple kids?

She Finally Made It!


On October 16, 2008 we welcomed Hazel Rose Thrash into the world... Holla! 8 lbs, 2 oz, 19.5 inches long and sharing a birthday with the infamous vegetable.










Dad was all about the "skin-to-skin" but Hazel
found out quickly where the milk was (& wasn't).












After two crazy days of most our favorite people coming to meet the little one, one completely sleepless night, and a lame hematoma (don't ask), we got to head home to figure it out on our own. Hazey was not a big fan of the carseat that first time... my, my how things change! Now she hardly goes a night without a car-ride to put her to sleep. We've got no shame... car-rides, hairdryers and the vacuum are some of the favored Thrash tools and calming this child of ours.