February 18, 2014

07/52

07/52

This week he: was so excited about valentine's day and kept wishing us all a happy one all through the weekend / was pleased to get his very own flowers and said they smelled 'delicious' / dug a tunnel through the snow with pop at grandma's house / linked a few turns on his skis / peed in the potty (after sitting there, happily, for 6 hours. no joke. i might give up)

This week she: tried apple sauce, banana, and squash... still not the food enthusiast her brother was / woke up crying while mom and pop were out on our date night and slept in grandma's bed until we got home (that never happened before with either of these babes) / sat in a high chair out for a restaurant for a little while, it was so wild to see her looking so big

It's been an even busier than usual week, but we are hanging in there and shoveling our way out of yet more snow... I'm not sure whether to be happy it's going to hit 40 degrees tomorrow or to dread seeing what happens when all this snow gets rained on!

9 comments:

  1. I follow your blog regularly and am always impressed with your photography skills and the approach to documenting your kids' early life. I came across this photo book link on another blog and though I'd pass that on if you ever wanted to consolidate your photos in a tangible hard cover.

    http://www.blurb.com/create-photo-books?ce=blurb_ew&utm_source=widget

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to comment Michel, and for the link. I actually just printed a book this week from that exact site. It's a treat to have something in hand!

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  2. Ah more milestones!! So cool to see them growing up! We've got thunderstorms and driving rain on top of snow today-- so very excited to drive in to work. Sigh.

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    1. Ick, hope the drive wasn't too bad. And I'm thinking this winter might have a few big storms left, managing expectations I guess!

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  3. oh my son was SO excited about his valentine balloon, it's this little doggie that says "be mine" with a heart. now every morning while he eats his oatmeal he asks to "kiss the doggie, hug each other."

    http://semiweeklyeats.blogspot.com/2014/02/worrywart.html

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    1. How adorable Jesse. Such a sweetie, kids make all holidays more fun :)

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  4. He sounds adorable! How did she tolerate the foods? My som had trouble digesting bananas as a baby.

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    1. I mean son. I can't get used to typing on the iPad.

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    2. So far so good with the digestion, but she isn't eating very much. W was an absolute chow hound. They're determined to be different already!

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