Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Catch up post

After a half year hiatus, here is a new post from the Warner Tribe. Karver and Hanna are both getting so big. Hanna has been busy these last few weeks cutting a couple of new teeth. She doesn't handle it as well as Karver did. She really wasn't that bad though. She has two teeth on the bottom. I think that might be the first two teeth that Karver cut as well.

Hanna had her blessing and Dad did such a great job. Her grandma bought her dress and she looked adorable.


We got Karver a little church outfit and he looks so handsome. He really likes church. He is learning how to be reverent and he is doing a lot better at being quiet and reverent at church. He looks so cute when he walks down the hall with his arms folded. He is saying the prayer pretty much all by himself now. He wants Mom and Dad to repeat his prayer though, and if we can't understand him and try and mumble what he is saying, he knows we aren't saying it correctly and will keep saying it until we can either figure it out or convince him to move on.


We had a photo shoot the other day with the kids (we still need one for the whole family) and they turned out really well. Hopefully we can keep up with this blogging stuff and do better. Here are some select pictures from the shoot.














4 comments:

Lana said...

Hooray for a new post from the Warners! I love the blessing pic of Hanna- so sweet. I've said it before, and I'll say it again- your kids are adorable :)

Kelli Brewer said...

She's beautiful Mike!

Britt said...

Wow! You posted! Good luck with teething.

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