Auntie Tucker came for a meet Leena visit! Andy was working so she slept in the middle and took Leena duty all night. That's a true friend.
Kind of a goofy photo, but I blame Andy. He would've rather us moved so he could just get the trailer loaded with lumber.
Scoping out the future grill table site. Andy scored these iron legs.
Cousins and their babies. Andy's got June, born in December, and Bonnie's got Leena, born in November.
This little Easter bunny...
One thing (among many) that is super awesome about having a baby is dressing her in cute little outfits. It's also crazy because when she was born you didn't think she'd ever be big enough to wear them.
Mexican night at the Smith house on the eve of Grandpa Bud and Kiki's departures.
Green lawn turns to pink petals. I love tulip trees. Reminds me of my backyard in Brooklyn.
This big girl is in for her (delayed by her first ear infection) four-month check up! I'm a little fuzzy on the stats because that is not my forte, but I think she was 14.1!
To prove how big she is, she holds her own bottle. She has her priorities straight.
Swinging with her cousin. I love how I get to be responsible for Leena experiencing so many things for the first time. It's kind of a big deal.
My little (and big) firefighters.
A day late five-month photo!
You never know what you are going to get on a Dad Day.
There's no such thing as too many bathroom photos. Actually there absolutely is. But I love bath time because her hinney is so cute.
Andy's making gumbo for his last dinner at Station 5.
We are making OCPs for Andy's last day at Station 5. And then we delivered them by foot. We are going to miss having him so close.
Robert Earl (the truck)
Cutest passenger on the planet.
Cousins from DC and Chicago come for a visit! Such a great afternoon with Tommy, Kevin, Granetta, and Shayla. A little taste of what's to come at the beach! (I've been counting down for a while now.)
I'm sorry (not really at all) that this blog has become the Leena show.
Maybe I should make it the Andy show.
Just giving the fox a ride while my pompadour blows in the breeze.
Mike and Kristen coming over for dinner seems like the perfect opportunity for the first s'mores of the season. As if we need an excuse.
Cousin bubble bath!
Nap activity: almond croissant, coffee, fabric cutting, movie watching.
Pulling out the ole margarita recipe by Devon and adding our own mango touch. (Another beach countdown activity.)
Waiting for Molly so we can do our massive cookie job shopping.
Killing it with our two mixers. Three hours and 24 batches of dough later...
We kind of lucked out having access to a completely empty refrigerator.