These two kind of like each other.
(I think they were laughing at seeing the other wearing a hood...)
"Hey Caden, whatcha thinkin?"
We keep a couple of old comforters rolled up over some power cords in the living room, (ye olde out of sight out of mind trick), with the bonus feature of, hey, if you also drape them over the jumper...
Brooklyn likes to crawl in and lounge back against the blankets, while looking around and grinning. It looks like all she's missing is a
cocktail cup of juice with an umbrella sticking out the top.
Good moms take pictures. Great moms would have noticed their second child smiling in the background, and would have avoided chopping off their head so that they were included in the picture, too.
Weekend food adventures:
Cottage cheese isn't so bad, after all.
(I tried cottage cheese with them awhile ago, and they instantly spit it out. Since now, if I were to let them, they would inhale an entire block of any other type of cheese in one sitting, I decided to try cottage cheese again. Pros: they loved it, no cutting up cheese into small, baby-friendly pieces. Cons: the cheese-y, liquid-y, curd-y mess...)
I also let them try a fresh-baked, chocolate chip cookie...
Luckily by this point, it was almost bath time.
And, a significant milestone in any child's life...
...first Chipotle! Really, Chipotle is all of their favorite things. Chicken, cheese, veggies (corn salsa, green peppers, and onions)...also rice, though we didn't let them have that since it creates enough of a mess in our OWN house, and I wasn't going to inflict that upon the poor employees. Going to Chipotle also seemed like a miracle, since we went there after church. And then after Chipotle we went to the store for another errand. These are the days I dreamed of back when they were still nursing round the clock. We're living the dream, here, people.
Babies first beer! Wait, just kidding, that's mine. Tyson and I got out for a few hours on Saturday and got to sit at a restaurant where we were able to, get this, take our own damn time. The waitress had to come back twice to get our food order because we were in no rush deciding what to eat (though we were busy slurping down beer and noshing on some delicious cheese curds) (Yay Wisconsin!). And there was no cleaning up afterwards. We even waited (slightly) for a table and had to entertain no one but ourselves! Ah, the miracle of babysitters. (Thanks to our friends who put up with block tower after block tower, snack time, and, from the sounds of it, some epic baby stair olympics.)
(Sometimes the best pictures are blurry pictures.)