Sunday, October 25, 2009


I had to add this one as well!
Mason was wide awake early this morning after another long night, so Bryce took him so i could go back to sleep(isn't Bryce so sweet?). Bryce said that Mason sure was happy to see the sun come up, he was all smiles and he even giggled twice!! We think he giggled a couple times just over a week ago but we weren't sure. I'm so sad i missed it this morning.

Saturday, October 24, 2009


Oh my goodness look how cute Mason's little smirk is!! I finally was able to catch the rare little smile on camera!! The doctors said that Mason will be behind in most things, especially emotional progress. I have just been dying to have more smiles, I really cant get enough of them!! Mason's first smile was when he was 8 wks old, which I guess that means he should've only been 2 wks! But i still only see smiles rarely now that he is 11 1/2 wks old.
I know this one is really fuzzy but it was such a cute big smile!! I stayed at my parents house Tuesday to wednesday canning grape juice and my mom was trying to get Mason to smile the whole time but he just wasn't up to it. Finally we were getting ready for bed and Mason was just staring at the wall and he got the biggest smile on his face. We looked to see what he was smiling at and he was staring at a picture of Jesus!! Isn't that so awesome? It was such an amazing experience it made me want to cry!
After canning the grapes we headed home. We hadn't seen Bryce for two days and as soon as Mason saw him, not only did he have the biggest smile I've ever seen him have, he kept that smile for a really long time!! Mason loves his daddy so much its so cute!!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Blessing Day

Mason was Blessed on Sept 27th in our home. The blessing was beautiful, Bryce did such a great job! Look how cute Mason is, he is wearing Bryce's old blessing outfit!

Here are the 4 generations of Coys. It was fun to have the family up to support Mason. Mason sure has been a blessing in our life, and we are having a blast raising him.

Hopefully we will be able to get him out to see the rest of the family as soon as possible.