Nothing like getting ready for a wedding and realizing you haven't had your hair cut in 1.5 years and you haven't gotten new clothes or shoes in just as long. Oh, and you don't iron. Classy date. Re-wearing our wedding outfits.
We took a way-too-hot quick trip to the park. At least Leena and I had the swings to ourselves.
That's the face of a shockingly cold popsicle. Didn't take her long to get over it though.
Cat practice. Her head might fit through the hole, but I'm not sure much else would.
Gathering supplies for the bathroom renovation. The end is in sight. For real this time.
Roadside picnic on our way to Brooklyn. My little passenger did way better than I expected.
I can't help but love this place. And Leena had her first photo booth experience! I think she got the hang of it by the last one.
Nothing beats hanging out with some of your oldest friends. Add a ferry ride, neat things to look at, delicious food truck food, and you've got a pretty awesome day under your belt.
The New Whitney Museum
Getting some culture and a break from that culture. Jeta and Leena, too cute.
This kid is happy to see her dad and to be back in her Lakeside playpen.
Cousins watching the bunnies in the yard.
Giving Leena a taste of delicious gelato to celebrate 9 months! She would've eaten an entire cone herself if we allowed it.
And getting our photo a day late, of course. No more laying down and being still for more than one second.
Watching Nick work. She did not learn that from me, for the record.
One way to get some yard work done. It didn't last long, but it was good while it did.
Andy gave Leena a chicken bone and she LOVED it. Didn't give it up until it was picked clean and sucked dry.
Kiki secured some new toys from Adah. The farm one where the rooster cockadoodles on repeat is a favorite. Great.
Boring. But Andy is trying to sell this trailer so he took a picture of it.
Double Leena! Because one isn't cute enough. (She likes to sharpen her two tiny teeth on the glass table top.)
Practicing her art with Kiki. And by art, I mean standing up at the easel.
Leena is playing in the sunspot in her Singapore outfit she got from Bunker for Christmas.
Starting a new knitting project, but I have to wait for the rest of my yarn to come in. Every kid needs a rainbow snake!
Found the playground this time. Turns out they aren't trying to hide it from users, we are just bozos.
Put a bottle in this kids mouth, give her a lounge pillow, and we're set.
We had to get Leena out of the stroller so she wouldn't fall asleep two minutes from home just before bedtime.
Even my Leena-free days are occupied by Leena. At least she will continue to be well fed for another month or so.
She climbed straight from the bed to the drawer and made herself comfortable.
Demo in the bathroom reached a new level today. Making sure people don't expect too much from us Lakesiders.
Andy knocked the rest of the wall out and got the rest of the floor up. Now we are pretty ready for the rebuild part!
Loving her boat ride with Ducky. The best part was Leena getting used to the wind blowing in her face and taking her breath away for a second.
So glad Leena loves the water as much as she does.