Although, to be completely truthful, I am flat TIRED. For some reason I thought that by the time Jayci was almost 7 months old, I would be sleeping for longer than 2 or 3 hour stretches at a time. But alas, I am not. Add to that the fact that we had 3 very loud rowdy kiddos from downtown spending the night on Sat night - and we had a busy and not-so-sleep-filled weekend. Fun though. In fact, I have some video GOLD for you sometime. Just as soon as I remember how to get it small enough to post online.
Luckily, Sunday was a whole lot less eventful and full of fighting than last Sunday. But that might have something to do with the fact that about 15 kids were suspended for fighting last week. On the topic of Sunday school, Adam and I have some big plans in the works. We are hoping and praying it will work out, and we will keep you posted.
This week's theme at I Heart Faces is Pouting. Luckily, Jayci is not a pouter yet. Seriously, the girl doesnt cry/pout except when we're driving. And it's hard to take a picture of your baby in the backseat while you're driving. Hard AND probably not safe. Well, she also cries when we try to put her to sleep. But I'll be darned if I am going to wake her up further with a camera flash. I'm just not going to do it.
So anyhoo - I have about 2 or 20 thousand pictures of Jayci, and not a one of her pouting or crying. But then I found this shot of her from grandma's house. It's with a point and shoot camera (although I guess my fancyee camera could be considered "point and shoot" too since that's all I do with it. Point and shoot), and it's not technically probably a very good picture. Which means this "award-winning photographer" (I call myself that since I got tenth place once), her dreams of stardom are probably all for naught this week.
So without further ado, here's what we have come to affectionately refer to as "Sad Widdle Clown Jayci Face" (I know, we're so clever and funny)
Instead of an adult category this week, they have a special PET category over at I Heart Faces. Lately, Jayci is obsessed with our dogs. I enjoy it because they keep her entertained for hours. This shot of Jayci and Charli (The slightly-mentally-handicapped dog)is again not technically very good. I realize that Jayci is seriously blown out. But Adam said he liked that because it "keeps the focus on Charli." So based on my hubby's vast photography expertise, here's my pet entry this week.
*As always, visit I Heart Faces for some fabulous photography! :-)