Any of you who know Ryan will know his excitement when he got this for our daughter. He picked it up at the mall when he went with his friend. When he came back, he ran in the door and said, "wheres Maya?" I told him I had just gotten her to sleep and would you believe he was willing to wake her up just to put her in the outfit??? I told him he had baby duty if he did that so he didn't wake her up. But as soon as she was awake the Jordan outfit was on and we had the cameras out.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Posted by Holly and Ryan Vasso at 10:50 AM
A tradition in my family is that around all the big holidays my mom would always make sugar cookies and we would decorate. I just recently bought myself a decorating kit and decided to keep the tradition alive! I got some really cute cookie cutters from the dollar store-6 adorable ones for a dollar...what a deal!
Posted by Holly and Ryan Vasso at 10:12 AM
So I though I was pretty good with just the alcatraz baby, but I went to visit my friend Janet-who also has a baby girl a few months older than maya. She was making her a fairy costume and wanted me to do one for Maya as well. She had picked up an extra skirt by accident so I bought it from her and dressed it up with ribbons and flowers all over it. I have to say that is looked pretty adorable, although looking at the pics I took I realize that you can' t even see it! I will have to take a separate picture of that. I found some wings for only 4 bucks -which I thought was a great deal. My friends Janet made an adorable wreath of flowers for her head. Our plan was to do a "anne geddes" type photo shoot of our daughters together. However we are still waiting for the weather to cooperate with us.....we may be waiting a while. :)
Posted by Holly and Ryan Vasso at 10:01 AM
So for halloween I originally planned to dress Maya up as a lobster, until I found out that she had to be 6 months old to even fit in the outfit. When that idea flew out the window we decided to pick her up an "escaped from alcatraz" outfit from San Francisco. We thought it would have meaning since she went to San Francisco with us. Although it took me forever to find some black pants to go with the outfit- It turned out very cute! We tried giving her a mohawk, but since she is going a bit bald, it didn't work out too well. I decided to make her a headband to go with it since she looked a lot like a boy dressed in black. Anyways, we had fun with it.
Posted by Holly and Ryan Vasso at 9:47 AM
So apple hill is a tradition that Ryan has done with his family for years. It is a fun little town that has beautiful scenery, pumpkin patches, and apples everywhere. As you drive through the smile winding roads you find ma and pa type shops everywhere with anything from crafts to homemade goodies.
Posted by Holly and Ryan Vasso at 9:28 AM