On Sunday we attended the blessing of Jared and Rhi's new baby girl, Lucy. As you can see she is quite the adorable creature with big beautiful blue eyes. Below is a collection of photos I took at Rhi's parent's house who had us all over after the blessing for a wonderful lunch, thank you guys! Of course, guacamole , chips and hot wings were consumed. It has been reported that Super Bowl Sunday is the day in which the largest amount of avocados are consumed in this country and I didn't want to be left out.
As far as Super Bowl Sunday goes, I watched the last 38 seconds, which really equals 38 minutes of the game (38 seconds + 3 timeouts + 2 commercials - 1 bathroom break + 3 trips to the refrigerator = 38 minutes), so I know that the team with the yellow on won and not the Arizona Cardinals. They really ought to rename that team as there are no Cardinals in Arizona. The Arizona Blue-footed Booby for one or the Arizona Yellow-billed Cuckoo. Maybe just the general bird classification, the Arizona Anatidae. Just a thought, and it was random, as are most of my thoughts. No offense intended, just a desire for accuracy in the naming of sports teams. If I were a Team Namer (is there a class you can take in sports ed. school to be qualified to do this?), where football teams are involved, I'd go with names related to large, hairy, muscley, IQ challenged beasts (the last trait is only a result of constant head bashing not an insult). The Sicilian Cyclopes, the Battling Buffalos, the Rambunctious Rhinos or the Lugubrious Ligers. Alliteration should also be a required part of the naming process. Congrats to that yellow team, but I'd never tell them they were yeller in front of them. Shall we go on to the subject of costume/uniform color? Yellow? Hmmmm.
Brooklyn's life size Lucy doll
Alyssa and Reed cooking everyone plastic food, yum...
Grandpa and Lucy
Jared, Erin, Rhi, and Lucy
Grandpa and Douglas
Chocolate cake faces.