So, it goes against everything in me to post this naked butt picture of Corah Beth. But, the story is so much better when there is a picture to go with it. Adam took Kenly to dance one Monday evening. Corah and I stayed home and started to prepare for bed. I started her bathwater and preceded to take a video of my cute naked baby crawling rapidly toward the bathroom. Then the scene of her looking longing at the filling tub made me need to take a picture. I grabbed the camera and took about 12 pictures. Then, Corah sat on the floor started splashing happily in a puddle on the floor. Splashing. Did anyone get there before me? At first I though the tub was leaking. But then I realized that Corah Beth was playing in her own river of pee. And I mean river. I'm so glad her bath was already drawn because I had some serious clean up to do.
Kenly met the ring bearer at the rehearsal, and she was smitten right away. She took her job very seriously. Notice the dress...
I love Graham's face in this picture. Kenly was expressing her desire to hold his hand during the wedding. His hesitation is obvious.
Derek and Heather got married at Brookside Gardens. After rehearsal, we had a bit of time to explore before the rehearsal dinner.
I took a video of the flower girl in action. She did a wonderful job.
At the reception, she dumped her Daddy to dance with Graham. You can see Adam in the back right. He managed to console himself by dancing with Corah. She can't walk away yet. We had to make Kenly quit dancing to eat wedding cake. She said, "I don't want any cake. I'm too busy meeting new people." What she really meant was, "I'm too busy roping complete strangers into dancing with me."
During the whole night, she only needed one pep talk. I took her to the bathroom and reminded her that she only had two jobs--to smile and to look pretty. Apparently I amused the whole women's restroom with my pep talk because several women told me about it later.
Kenly enjoyed harassing Uncle Walt.
Kenly convinced me that she was ready drive a go cart. We bought a ticket. She got a quick run down on the rules. And she drove off...all smiles. She was the only person on the track and all was well until she ran into a wall.
The smile fades. Panic set in.