I'm always jealous when Leena is playing with her toes because I'm so stiff I can't even touch mine anymore.
Sailor Leena's all ready for her weekend at the river with Bunker and Ducky so Andy and I can have a little baby-free time!
We spent the day/night in the Charlottesville area and had a nice hike with beautiful views, dinner and Ryan Adams with old college friends we haven't seen in years, and uninterrupted sleep.
The last of the weekend adventures: Leena trying solids for the first time. Not a huge fan of the quinoa cereal on the first go round.
Andy loved the Yoda ears from May the 4th so much that he made Leena wear them the next day too.
Probably Andy's favorite dessert: gelato and vanilla wafers.
I got this picture text while I was at work. Andy's been anointed.
Trying out the front-facing Bjorn. Definitely LB's preference, but not so much my shoulders' preference.
Molly and I cranked out 370 Oscar men cookies.
Then we iced them and turned them into statues.
Andy really wanted to put Leena in the hammock bag...
And more cookie progress just because it looks like an army is marching in.
Six months, holy cow!
My sister and I both had our cars packed to the brim with boxes of statues.
I told my men they better stay strong for the journey. They did!
I iced this giant cake. Still a little impressed with myself when I do something like this and it turns out because my cake decorating skills need quite a bit of honing yet.
Leena got straight to work (after her poop explosion bath) helping Bunker and Ducky assemble the grill.
Afternoon water gazing in pants that are definitely too small now.
Leena doesn't care who you are, she's going to pull your hair.
A little day hike before the rain turned us around.
Kiki's back! And I just peed on the floor! Naked time backfires.
New cake design by Molly. It's rustic.
Cousin time. (Sorry I'm feeling so uninspired with these captions.)
Seriously too cool.
Kiki and her two favs. And the super creepy owl peeking over her head.
Boehmer-Heimer Country Club
A little Memorial Day cookout with Buzz. I think we have a dog person on our hands. She giggled so much when he licked her face.
Adah and her bird-watching goggles.
This kid is about to be on the move...
She's always got her eyes on me. I'm still flattered by it.
Thank you, Auntie, for the new swing!
Planting our garden with an expert this year. Fingers crossed we bear some fruit.