Saturday, April 18, 2009

So I have to confess....ever since Addison was born, Alabama has been pretty good in football.
She also seemed to enjoy every game she watched with Daddy last year.  It only seemed natural then that Mattea and I take a chance and bring Addison to the A-Day game this afternoon.  We figured this was the only time we could bring a 7-month child into the game and not pay full price for a ticket.  And so, we had the pleasure of taking Addison to her "first" Alabama game.

It rained for a little before the game so Mommy kept Addison in her poncho so it looked like Addison had an adult's body with a small child head.  it looked pretty funny.  But the sun eventually came out and everyone was happy.

So as you can tell, Addison fit in quite naturally with the cheerleaders.  We did buy her a cheerleader outfit today and now we can say she got her first glimpse of being in the spotlight.  The Cheerleaders ran to her and grabbed her and not only did we start taking pictures but so did the people around us.  Addison loved it for a good minute and then starting to cry because she couldn't see her Mommy and Daddy.

And it's only fair to get a picture with Big Al himself after the cheerleaders.  Mommy decided to jump in as well and you can tell that Addison still isn't sure about a 6 foot bipodal Elephant but it was still cute.

Which brought us to the Walk of Champions.   Yes, we simply let Addison sit in the middle of the Walk and let her enjoy the setting.  She loved it.  It was funny to watch her try to read about the 1973 Championship Team while all these people were walking around her going "Roll Tide Lil Girl!"

This may be my favorite picture of the day.  You can tell how little she is (or how big the stadium is).  But she still loved hamming it up for the camera and who knows, by the time she gets older, they may allow girls to play on the team!!

Ah yes, Daddy's brilliant idea to get Addie into the stadium for a pic at the Promised Land.  As you can tell, Addison was more preoccupied looking for the sound system that was playing "Yea, Alabama!"

And just for fun, we ran into some good friends from Montgomery and so we have this lovely pic of Addison with her pea splattered bib and her Uncle Muddy!  Very cute.

Well thats it for the Pavlicks today.  Hope everyone enjoyed Spring Football!



We absolutely LOVE being outside. Addison is amazed by the birds that have taken over our tree. We like playing in the grass. It is so prickly!
"Huh? Did you say something?"
We just had lunch with Daddy and it was such a beautiful day we decided to take advantage of the sunshine.
This Addie's Secret Garden!

Too bad she and I both are suffering from allergies from all of this pollen or we would practically live outside. She does a better job of hiding it than I do. She looks so carefree and happy! She truly is her Daddy made over; nothing bothers either of them.
She has so many expressions, but i thought this was cute. She is just so serious here.
It wont be too long before she will be running up these stairs. She is so proud of herself for actually sitting on them all by herself.

Have a wonderful spring and we will try to keep you updated a little better than we have lately.


Happy Easter!
I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend. We participated in the community egg hunt put on by our church. Addison, with the help of Daddy, won a PRIZE basket. She was mesmerized by all of the other kids running around looking for eggs. The egg hunt seriously lasted about 3 minutes, but that worked out great for us because it was nap time anyways. It was surprisingly very cool and windy.

Addison LOVED taking pictures with the animals! She loved them so much she tried eating the lambs ear and almost tore off one of the baby chick's wing. The poor thing didn't move for a good minute after I freed him from the death grip she had on him.

She is so animated! I was very pleased with how well these pictures turned out. Amie at Moments in Time does a beautiful job!
We took this picture after church. Addie LOVES Cutler. His parent's are in our bible study/home group. They are like family to us. Brian claims that they will get married one day. He is only 3 years older than her. HaHa.
I LOVE this little girl! Her smile can light up a room. Life is never dull with her.

Here is our only really decent picture of us on Easter Sunday.

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter!