Dad days seem to be pretty awesome. I feel like I miss all the fun when I'm at work.
Soaking up the morning sun rays.
Passed out. In her crib. Not swaddled. In her really cool outfit. So many achievements. (Not pictured: One minute from now when she wakes up. Harrumph.)
The snow just keeps on falling.
The LB wears her first dress! She still got called a he at the restaurant... To be fair, she was in her carseat under a blanket.
Big night at the Smith house. I secured my upper bonus and got two Yahtzee's! That's probably a PR but I haven't really kept close track.
This kid is always so happy in the morning. You can't beat waking up to that face.
Projects have pretty much been on hold since Leena arrived, but now that Kiki is back she is kicking us into gear. Built ins, here we come!
I got some pretty fabrics to make bandanas for my (and other) pint-sized drooler(s)!
Her first go with the jungle jumper. We put Riverdance on and she's practicing.
The months are flying by!
Andy crashed her photo shoot.
I thought we were almost done and then we started tearing out the second bathroom.
It does feel good to get some of the finishing touches done in the kitchen. Toe kick, foot trim, shoe mold, etc.
Just reading Fluffy Chick to Mr. Fox.
1811 and Living Room
The difference between girls and boys playing.
Just hanging out on the kitchen counter. Totally illegal, but clearly lots of fun.
I'm glad that's Andy's toothbrush and not mine.
Andy took Leena out of the house for nearly the entire day to give me some productivity time. It was my first time to be alone in the house since she was born. So naturally I pulled out sprinkles and kitty cookie cutters.
Our first spring indications! They don't look like they're quite ready to accept it with their downturned faces, but I'll take it!
Working on her standing skills and striking poses.
No one's ever made drooling look so good.
Leena is practicing her surprise face when she sees the Easter bunny for the first time.
The Tree Stumps
Our first date night since the Bea! (Thank you, Kiki!)
This is her medieval costume bonnet.
(Andy's Oma made it for him when he was wee. There's an entire outfit that goes with it.)
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I get so excited to take her picture when she's asleep in her crib because it never lasts very long. And then you have this octopus who's sleeping also. And I finally changed her crib sheets because, while they are rarely used, it had been 4.5 months...
A quick garden walk before they closed. Andy just went around this circle in the rose garden about 8 times and then our time was up and we left.
Practicing our future skills. She is going to look so funny when those tiny legs and feet are walking around under that big belly.