Mixed in with the craziness we have had some fun times, like Sophia's first haircut, visits with cousins, fun mail, and lots of cuddling. Enjoy!
LOVE my beautiful new scarf . . . and how fun to get something besides bills and junk mail! Thanks, Beth!!!
Zuzu loves her cousin Jude . . .
. . . perhaps a wee bit aggressively . . .
Time for lunch, girls! Girls?
Nice table, Shrimps!
A: Not so sure about this haircutting thing.
B: The Snuggler's workin' it in black, look at that beautiful girl!
Jude was a very patient boy, first hanging in his seat . . .
. . . then cuddling with Dada. What a good-natured boy!
Tina (Sophia has referred to her as "Nina" ever since) at Gregory's did such a great job!
Tina gave Sophia a lollypop when her haircut was done, as promised, and that was the highlight of the Snuggler's week. Thanks for making the first haircut painless and fun, Tina!
Sophia frequently asks to cuddle with her brother (also known as buddy boy), so we had some lazy Sunday afternoon cuddles.
My big 6-month old boy, and Sophia's "Buddy Boy!!!"
This is one of the least compromising positions in which I find Sophia.
I think the gasp I gave when I found her standing on top of the stove scared her away from climbing up on it (not to mention the stern talk we had!), at least for a couple days.
She is already talking about how she's going to climb trees when it is warmer. I foresee broken bones in the Snuggler's future . . . thank God for medical insurance with this kid!
I plan to be back with more frequent posts the rest of the month, assuming that we don't get the plague or something equally nasty.