baby conrad started joining us at the table last week! it was an exciting day to have him off my lap and into the highchair. our family of five has six chairs around the table and at almost every meal, eleanor kindly suggests we need to have another baby (please note, a baby sister, and also please note, RIGHT NOW) for that lonely chair.
and conrad and i hung out at home most of sunday while josh took eleanor and samson to church. he hasn’t been sleeping as well at night, which means i’m up most of the night as well. the minute he crashed for his morning nap, i crashed too. and it was amazing.
little helper in the kitchen or raspberry thief?! you tell me. ;)
popbars for everyone after grabbing a pizza at joe’s with friends on saturday. cause we found out their fruit pops have NO ADDED SUGAR, which means josh got to enjoy as well!
and splitting a couple of rice balls at faicco’s cause it’s just plain mean to walk by without stopping in.
party on the nursery floor for three! and homemade lion house rolls by my super domestic better half who knows his way around the kitchen better than i do.
just a couple things that are fun about having multiple children: 1. seeing them interact with their siblings. 2. seeing them in their siblings little baby clothes. this lion hat, man. i just refuse to let it go! also, can’t get enough of the gorgeous blossoms happening right now all over the city. I LOVE YOU SPRING.
street fair season has begun! and it’s rare these days to find these two napping, let alone at the same time, so when that happens it feels a little bit like christmas morning. and i say that from a very loving place. :)
we sautéed some kale with steaks sunday night for dinner. sautéed kale is my new best friend. but with a little oil and salt, i guess anything can taste extra awesome. and sweet baby girl, you are practically too big for that stroller now. i can’t believe we’re at this point in life with you where we are researching and looking at schools! i’m just so proud of the people my kids are becoming. i love them so much.
so, let’s try this again, shall we? promise to not give too much attention, just enough water and light to do your own thing, but you do your own thing and stay ALIVE, okay succulents? and also, i’m sorry. but i don’t know if that’s conrad or samson in the photo to the right. sometimes i feel like they’re twins born 2 1/2 years apart.
happy monday, guys!