I was going to say we did “nothing” this week, but apparently I am incorrect. We did nothing besides go to the beach and the aquarium and the grocery store and got ready for/attended Caroline’s dance recital. That was more than enough.
Be quite! I am working on my puter!
Traitor cat prefers my husband and doesn’t care if that hurts my feelings.
Footie jams in summer: sighting #1
Outside swim lessons are exciting
Our collection of Wendy’s kid meal clicky things is now very impressive
Adorable sleeping hands
Obsessed with Friendly’s, like all good New England children
Aunt Amy sent Caroline some costume jewelry. Caroline likes ALL of it.
He told me he was sailing to New York City
There is so. much. sand. in my car.
Dance recital finale practice is more fun for her than me
Grocery shopping is cause for fancy dress
Two of a kind
Dress rehearsal (The routine was to Deep In The Heart of Texas, which starts “The stars at night, are big and bright…”)
8:30 am, lazy baby. (Footie jams #2)
You’d think she’s never seen grapes before.
Falling asleep on the couch is one of the best parts of summer (Footie jams #3)
Baby prep day! Now we can spy on the children without missing The World Cup…
We have one extra place to set the baby down (beside the borrowed rock’n’play and the free basket)…
And I have drunk so much red raspberry tea I might actually turn pink. COME ON BEBEH!
This was one of those weeks where I really love living in Connecticut. The weather was gorgeous, we enjoyed the aquarium and the beach, and I was struck by how small/friendly/nice our community is. We ran into people we knew everywhere, which is a pleasant thing to happen when I’m always thinking “What would happen right now if my water broke?” Not that I would just abandon my children at the park with a friend, but the fact that there are friends AROUND would make going into labor at Target less mortifying.
Two more weeks (and 3 days BUT WHO’S COUNTING) until my due date and if my What To Expect app asks me one more time “Have you had the baby yet?” I’m going to set it on fire.