Rockin’ Rollin’

Ainsleigh rolled over at yoga class last night!!!!!

Its a pretty big milestone and Will and I are very proud of our little girl.

She had been watching her yoga friend Liam roll over all night and since he is 10 days younger than she is, Ainsleigh decided she couldn’t let him outshine her.

Ainsleigh also repeated her performance for her daddy as soon as we got home from yoga, she was so excited to show him she couldn’t stop smiling.

Now the big question, how do we let her play on the floor and practice her new skills without the dogs jumping on her (we will probably have to play in her room more often).

Luckily I always carry a camera for occasions like this, here are some photos of the big event

On her side debating if she should keep going (you can see Liam in the background)

Now she just has to get her arm out from underneath her.bnbr”
There we go, look at that form!

Everyone in class was clapping brand she was looking at us brwondering what the heck we were so happy about.

*By the way if you are wondering why the babies are in just their diapers, its because we were about to start our infant massage portion of the yoga class, which is becoming increasingly difficult now that all the babies are rolling over.


Christine Hull


  • Anonymous


    Yeah! She was celebrating having the four day “vacation” over the weekend. Won’t be long now until she decides to crawl. I’m afraid the dogs will consider her some new toy now when she starts crawling. BR/Love you!BR/Nana

    November 12, 2008 at 2:55 PM
  • Christine Hull


    Nana I think she might be crawling by Christmas. That should make for an interesting plane ride.

    November 12, 2008 at 4:05 PM
  • Abbie amp; Doug


    yay christine! thats so exciting!

    November 12, 2008 at 4:40 PM
  • Will Hull


    I am going to miss her being immobile. This means I am going to have to keep an extra special eye on her. She could disappear in an instant.BR/BR/I used to do that to my parents. I would hide in the center of circular clothing racks in department stores, thinking I was playing a game. Boy, she is going to give us a run for our money, if she is anything like me.BR/BR/My mom always said that if I came first there wouldn’t have been two. I beleive that too. I was a troble maker. If you’re looking for trouble, name your kid Billy (my childhood nickname and still my family refers to me by Billy).

    November 12, 2008 at 9:19 PM
  • Jamie


    Ha! Great play by play with the pictures. Her face at the end cracks me up. If there was balloon captioning I think she’d be saying just that “What? What are you all so happy about?”

    November 15, 2008 at 8:17 PM

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