Everyday in Atlanta G-A

Andy, Amy and Ainsley in Atlanta

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Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

We love our little girl and now have another one coming soon! Stay tuned...


Pictures galore

With Daddy on the couch (had to wear the boots)

At the Atlanta Dream WNBA game

Holding baby Malakai (Ki as she calls him)

Pretty shoes

Pushing her "groceries" at the Children's Museum

Driving the tractor

Ready to go. Boots (again) and all!

Daddy painting some toenails.
She didn't want me to do it!

Fishing at the Children's Museum

With Isaiah at the Atlanta Dream game

Playing with Konnor

Cool fire engine chair Ainsley could've sat in for her 1st haircut.
She sat in it afterwards, of course!!

First haircut. A little bit scared (hence sitting in my lap and not in the cool chair)

At Stone Mountain

The big cheese

Beautiful girl

Martha and Kelsey McFadden spent the night with us on their way down to Florida.

Gig and Bapes

We had a lovely visit from Jack and Rebecca (aka: Gran and Gramps, aka: Gig and Bapes) at the beginning of the month. Our time together was spent playing in the pool, going for walks and out to eat, going shopping, to the aquarium, Stone Mountain and Coke museum and just playing in the apartment. Rebecca and I even got away one day to get pedicures. She knows how I LOVE that!! Also, Andy and I went on a date. It was so much fun (and great to get out)! Besides, I think Gig and Bapes really enjoyed staying with Ainsley and doing the whole nighttime routine with her. Boy, would it be nice to live near family......

Since I mentioned our date, I must mention that it was in celebration of 6 years of marriage! My how time flies! We've done a lot in 6 years...... lived in Indiana together, then Georgia, then back in Indiana, Andy completed his Master's degree, we moved to Scotland, travelled all over Britain and some of Europe, travelled to Florida, Washington, California and Hawaii, had a baby, Andy completed his Ph.D., we moved to (and now live in) Georgia, travelled back to Washington and Indiana a few times, etc. We've celebrated joyous moments with each other, family and friends and we've also suffered great heartache in losing those dear to us. Through it all Andy has been an amazing partner, supporter, friend and husband. My hope is that I have been and can continue to be the same for him (except insert wife at the end...haha). I am so thankful for the last 6 years and look forward to MANY more to come.