Sunday, January 18, 2009

The Haircut

Well, I (Amy) don't want to sound dramatic, but something has happened to Wes. He's just not the same little guy anymore. Here, I'll let you see for yourself...

Yep, Wes finally at age 3 got his first major haircut. For those who are curious, he is not a fan. Although the cut was his idea, he wanted to back out of it about 1/3 of the way in. The other night at dinner he said, "I'm never going to do this again." We asked him what he was talking about and he just pointed to his hair.
We have had a week now to adjust to Wes' new look, and I have to say that it certainly grows on you. ( no pun intended). And for those of us who just loved the way the little guys hair was his "signature look" as I call it...yes, he is growing it back out. :)

Christmas pictures

I know how much you all love to see the pictures, so here are some pictures from our Christmas trip to Terre Haute and Fort Wayne.

The age of technology...brothers can't even just talk anymore :)

Nathan & Wes taking some time to play at Grandpa's

Thanks for all the new clothes, Aunt Kim!

Grandpa, Mike, Wes, and Nathan

Amy M. and Moriah--- Amy's a natural!

We had the chance to have dinner with some old friends. Here's Jason, Becca, & Ethan.

Grammy loving on her Moriah.

Moriah is checking out a new toy with Grammy and Aunt Marti-- it actually has become a favorite of hers. Thanks, Aunt Jan!

Even big boys get sleepy :) Nathan & Sadie enjoying a Christmas snooze.

Uncle Paul and Wes enjoying a little Wii action.

We had a great time celebrating 2008 & bringing in 2009 with a game night. Doug is taking in some of the Wii games.

Wes & Moriah in their jammies :) Priceless.

And here is Allison with her biggest fan, Moriah :) Let's just say that Moriah was not short on people to talk to and entertain her!

It was pass-the-Moriah night :) Here's Nathan with his lil' sis.

Nee Nee and the boys and Allison had a chance one night to make some monkey muffins. They were delicious and everyone really had a great time doing it (thanks, Mom K.) And the good news is that very few monkeys were actually harmed in the making of the muffins. :)

Well, that is far from the majority of our Christmas trip, but we don't want to overwhelm you. I'm sure you have other things to do besides look at our Christmas pictures. :) Thanks for taking time to check out the happenings at the Kupferer house. Oh, and hope you had a Merry Christmas.