While I was in Florida I got to visit with my Grams, and my aunt and uncle. It was such a treat to introduce them to Cooper.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
My days slip by before I've left the kitchen. Someone needs breakfast, someone needs a kiss, someone needs me to stack something, fold something, scrub something and so it goes that my little space here gets pushed as far back as it has ever been.
Grace and Peace
Some of my favorite people live in Florida. I was trying to find a way to get there all winter long so I could visit them. Kev suggested I go while Grandma was here to help with big kids.
So I took Cooper to see the Gulf of Mexico.
Then he yelled at me for putting his feet in the water.
Then Laura liked my face so much that she made the same one. (Look how sweet my friend Erin's kids are)
This is us making up after the feet in the water incident.
For the record, this is what Cooper P. looked like at 7 months old. Extremely handsome, if I do say so myself. Also for the record, he started crawling just before we left for this trip and he went from not crawling to lightning speed.
And while I'm adding thins to my record book, Cooper decided to get four teeth on this trip. That was fun.
This is his first time in a swimming pool. I pretty sure he would still be there playing if I had left him there. But who could leave this boy? He's fun...unless it's the middle of the night while he's working on four teeth.
If you need a good friend, these are the kind to have.
He is the most chilled out baby ever.
Let me just pause here and say that any and all times that I have bragged about my awesome parenting skills I have tripped and fallen spectacularly right after.
Now just imagine me sprawled out on the ground.
Any and all sleeping has turned into a battle.
So here he sleeps best, curled up in someone's arms.
I love these pictures of Libby talking with her Grandma while she knitted a sweater for her.
Or the post of 1000 pictures
I say messy hair don't care, but clearly I do, because I am trying to fix someone's here.