Oh man. Bryan said recently that it seems like the babies are changing every day – and it’s true. They will be moving before we know it. At the risk of sounding like a bad parent, I put them on the floor to do something like make a cup of coffee as much as I can, only because I know that if I try to do that in a few weeks I’ll be running back into the family room to keep small hands from unplugging the television. Probably while spilling the coffee. After tripping over the other baby. Only to have to plug the TV back in anyway. Then I’ll spend nap time purchasing a baby jailΒ play yard on Amazon.

Miles is officially a sitter. Not just for a few seconds anymore, either. He can sit and watch a toy, grab for a toy and reposition himself. Abby still needs a little hoppy protection while sitting, but she’s getting there. Both babble like crazy. We were able to drop a nursing session this weekend successfully, but are still taking 3 naps (two longer, one catnap). Their favorite food so far is the baby oatmeal/fruit mix, and I get to add carrots to my list of veggies successfully pureed (you can tell its been an exciting week).

Fun time!

  • Miles sits to play with his toys like a big boy
Laying down is for babies
Laying down is for babies
  • His balance is a bit off sometimes, though, as he takes his first bathtub nosedive
Just washing my face
Just washing my face
  • He snuggles with Aunt Natalie
If I snuggle you, will you give me to the milk lady?
If I snuggle you, will you give me to the milk lady?
  • And lets me know that I just might have missed his critical nap window
Its cool, I'll just sleep here
Its cool, I’ll just sleep here
  • He decides to become one with his inner duck
Quack
Quack
  • Aaaand every single picture I planned to post this week is of Miles
  • Fail
  • I resolve to fix this next week.
  • Finally, we take a nice mother son portrait
I teach good habits
I teach good habits
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