Uncle Andrew has been in town for a while and we have had a good time with him.
We finally convinced him to let us take a picture of Molly and him.
Nathan and Andrew have been working hard on math. Nathan loves to tease Andrew and ask him math questions all day long...it drives Andrew crazy!
We have been so impressed with Andrew's guitar skills. He has taught himself how to play over the past year and he is quite good.
On father's day the primary kids made ties for their dads. Since Molly is not in primary they gave Nathan a tie that one of the teachers had made. The cute thing was that every kid made an extra tie for the bishop and gave it to him. His neck was packed full of paper ties.
Nathan hates it when I put "cheesy" stuff up on our blog. So I have decided to not consult him on this posting. He is such an amazing person, husband and father I feel like he deserves a little credit! So if you are like Nathan and you don't like the cheese...go ahead and skip this one!
I love this picture of Molly because she was looking right at Nathan and stopped crying for a split second. It was her first look at her Daddy and it was caught on camera.
I sometimes let Molly cry in her bed to see if she will calm herself down. One of Nathan's favorite things to do is "rescue" her.
This is what she looks like when she sees you! It is so rewarding to see how happy she is, but I love watching how happy it makes Nathan when she smiles at him!
Nathan truly loves his little girl. I couldn't ask for a better father for Molly! He is kind, compassionate, loving, gentle and good. He sets a great example with his life and the way he has chosen to live. Since this is the first father's day I have ever celebrated for a father in my life, I cant help but be grateful. I am so lucky to have him as a husband and Molly is equally as lucky to have him as a father. When she was born, the first thing I told her when I was alone with her was how lucky she was because she has the best daddy in the world.