Angel worked overtime last week to join his ladies on their weekly outing to the local library. I got to sit back and relax while Hope and Angel bonded over the scheduled music and play time.
However, because he was the only dad in a room full of women and babies, it unfortunately brought about some unwanted attention from some nosy bystanders…
Disclaimer: Angel was gently and carefully tossing Hope (who is over 9 months old) a few inches into the air from a seated position. Angel’s a great dad who knows what he’s doing~
In an attempt to lose my post-preggo (and Angel’s subsequent sympathy) weight, we recently decided to be more intentional about eating at home.
Angel has also recently become obsessed with cooking programs. And despite the fact that he doesn’t cook, he suddenly became an expert on all things food-related.
Hope has grown so much this past week!
Not only has she been crawling around like crazy, but she has also been perfecting the handful of words that we have taught her so far.
Hope is really getting into solid foods.
With this new territory, however, comes her realization that there are more options other than the veggie/fruit purees I give her.
And all of those other options are found on mommy’s plate.
Hope has teeth and can crawl now. Lord have mercy, she is growing fast.
Angel is in charge of baby bath time, which means I get to have some peace and quiet for a few minutes before putting Hope to bed.
Imagine my horror when I heard him scream out at the top of his lungs from an entire floor away.
Last night, Angel and I got ready for the impending snowstorm that all of the weather reports had warned us about.
Angel and I started playing Pokémon Go when I was in my final trimester of pregnancy.
We’ve kept up with it since then, but being a stay-at-home mom in the middle of the suburbs keeps you from getting far in the game. And when something actually exciting happens, I’m usually stuck at home alone with the baby and can’t do anything about it.
But two days ago…
I’m only 5′-1″ (on a good day), so Angel has to come to my rescue when there are things out of reach.
It’s SUCH a shame that there are SO many things out of reach~