...and I don't have time for words right now.
From our trip to D.C. back in May - at lunch with Katy, Sarah, and Hunter:
And at the Natinoal Zoo - clearly Hunter liked it better than Becca!
And cozy with Sarah and Hunter in his nursery:
Oh, to be a Methodist preachers' kid in June...watching Baby Einstein while I packed the car for the FIRST Annual Conference of the summer:
And at the hotel - "Mom, you're not REALLY going to bathe me in here, are you?" (No; we took her bathtub with us. Now a necessary item, even if it isn't travel-friendly.)
So glad to be back home and back to the routine:
Sitting up like a big girl in the outfit she picked out herself - she LOVES red and polka dots!
Getting educated by watching CBS Evening News with Katie Couric during her dinner:
On to Annual Conference #2 - hanging out in her "boat" while we loaded the car at the end of our 4th trip this month:
Sitting in her other "boat," playing with Oliver the Octopus that her Great-great-aunt Susie gave her - she loved it so much that she refused to look up for several minutes! (Again, with the red polka dots, right?)
This is her new sand and water table from her Nana and G-Diddy. Note that it is not really a table now b/c it has no legs b/c Becca is tiny. Pretty sure that she won't be able to reach it when it is fully set up until she is gearing up for Kindergarten. But she had a blast with it anyway! Not every kid gets to sit IN her water table. There are perks to being itty bitty.
My eldest child has discovered the boppy:
Eating is still a challenge, so I gave up the other day and just let her play in her pears:
By the end of it, Becca was so covered in food that Sasha stalked her until I undressed her and gave Sasha her clothes to clean off. Sasha wouldn't let Buster near her. Sasha is what you call "highly food-motivated."