Anywho, here are some other things that we did. Pictures we took. Times that the boys looked super cute, etc.
hi, my name is emily and i have an addiction to no bake cookies. especially with walter's dairy sensitivity (aka me giving up my most loved food ever) these are pretty much a new staple in the house.
if i mention that i'm about to vacuum, this is henry's spot. under the couch. and he stays there until the coast is clear and i say "all done." it's the cutest thing and makes vacuuming a breeze :)
evidence of our tasty st. patty's shamrock shakes. oh boy...
tummy time for all.
henry likes saying "two boys" when he and Walter are together, and it just melts my heart. i've got the cutest boys in my house (all three of them :)
this is how you hold a guitar, right? i so wish music time at the library was more than once a month, it was awesome and henry absolutely loved it, and the sturdy kiddie guitar.
it's safe to say that the boys' first bath together was a rousing success.
i finally redeemed my christmas present from ryan with a fancy pedi and time to stroll around newberry street for a bit. heavenly, i tell ya. i didn't even have to have the handicapped stall!
further proof of the pedi. and of henry's fascination with my painted toes. apparently it doesn't happen enough :)
while hank got his iron levels tested for his two year appointment walt and i had some mirror time. this kid...
ahh baseball season has arrived :)
i CANNOT WAIT for beach time with these kids.
i front braided my hair...
...and liked it alot.
ryan said something super sweet about me a few weeks back and i thought about it all day. there's something about complimenting this mama's body after having two boys that seriously makes me feel like a queen.
he's really into watching these days. elmo watches, as he looks at cars, as he eats breakfast, as we read to him. we watch as he plays and shoots and builds things.
To be quite honest, March was a gem. Other than the terrible weather thing. Henry is starting to be a little more needy in his two year old-ness that I think will make April a bit harder, but with the beautiful weather (and soooo much more playground time) I think it will all even out.
But real quick can we talk about how in a matter of weeks Ryan will no longer be a student? Graduation, whaaaat? I've only ever been married to a student. Wild.
April, we're stoked to see you.