It’s time for a phone photo dump. The quality isn’t usually that great, but sometimes there are some good shots I like to share.
This one was from a few weeks ago – the first time she’s fallen asleep like this. Sometimes she plays so hard, she can barely make it through lunch. She was so out of it, she didn’t even wake up when I picked her up and moved her to her crib. So cute.
This coat was super adorable on Ellie, but I’m hoping we are done with it for the season. It was only like $15.00 at Once Upon a Child, but it didn’t have enough buttons and her Buddha belly stuck out, uncovered in the middle haha.
We had to stop at Home Depot for a few things the other day. The car carts are pretty fun.
Last fall our library had a used book sale. On the last day, you could fill a grocery bag as full as possible for $3.00. We tossed in a bunch of random books for Ellie, and I hadn’t really looked through this one until recently. The story is about a mouse looking for berries, and they’re mad because birds have been eating them. A little violent for a children’s book no?
My parents were here recently, and Ellie was excited to have more people around to beg to watch “moo-ies.” She loves her grammy.
We have a fenced-in dog run behind our apartment, and Ellie loves to watch dogs run around out there. She often waves at them and their owners, hoping someone will notice her.
I just got this swimsuit from the Gymboree outlet a couple weeks ago. Dreaming about the days warm enough to use it. Anyone have a smallish kiddie pool recommendation?
This pic is from last Friday. I’m happy to announce that every flake of that snow is now gone. We attempted to go to the library and it was closed for an inservice day. Then we attempted to walk to the park next door, and it was still closed for the season. Fail. Oh well, at least today is in the 60’s, and it feels so WARM!
Naked baby! She loves to prance around the house in a towel after a bath. She will hate me for this someday. Too bad. Her naked tush is even cuter 🙂
E learned the word hooray from one of her books. Now everything from blackberries to puzzle pieces apparently merit celebration. Hooooway!