Picnic lunches are a little more complicated than they used to be, but much more fun.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
:: Favorite toy: the animal puzzle
:: Finally rolled over onto his stomach (today, in fact)
:: Eating rice cereal, oatmeal, carrots and apples
:: Mastered blowing raspberries...which was funny until he started spitting out carrots (such a boy :) )
:: Still toothless
:: Added "momma" to his vocabulary:: Is fascinated by his tongue and toes
:: Upgraded to riding in the shopping cart
Saturday, June 16, 2012
The Chalk Art festival is the Utah Foster Care Foundation's annual fund raiser. This was our second time going because a) there are an incredible amount of talented people in this area and b) it's free (we're still poor college students, don't judge). It also happened to be Salt Lake City's Reading Fair, which meant the place was packed.
Who knew so many children's stories featured foster kids?
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
01. How we wake Daddy up
02. Breakfast (carrots and rice mush...poor kid)
03. Scripture study
04. Two hour nap (success!)
05. Arrival of my bridesmaid dress
06. Leftover ensaymada for lunch
07. Laundry day
08. Gathering pictures for Jory's wedding slideshow
09. Homemade apple baby food
10. Colby approved literature
11. Grilled cheese and broccoli soup for dinner
12. Convinced Robb it was time for a trim
A typical day for this almost stay-at-home mom. I love my life.