If you have the pleasure of welcoming a new arrival, I found these videos to be helpful:
The Secret Language of Babies
How to Calm a Crying Baby in 5 Seconds
We were completing a flooring project, welcoming Tim home after his LDS mission which saw him assigned to serve the people of Alabama for 2 years and happily greeting a dozen or so family and friends that came to celebrate with us. Plus it was Christmas. And we needed a trip to California to enjoy the company of the family members who couldn’t make it to Utah, also 2 years ago we promised Tim, when he returned, a trip to the beach he loves.
Now you may have guessed that I love to overdo it at the holidays. So here we are in January and I am promising temperance in my approach to 2016. Like my diet, we’ll see how long that lasts.
Welcome home Tim and good luck in your freshman year at the University of Utah, of course part of his heart is still in Alabama – ROLL TIDE!!!
Tim wearing the hat his brother Bill gave him for Christmas.
BTW It was his first day as a freshman at the University of Utah, how ironic.
The red decorations were originally purposed to celebrate Tim’s attending the University of Utah but were conveniently still in place to congratulate the Crimson Tide on their national championship.