6 months already. It has been a good, full, living in the moment and relishing it 6 months. I am thankful and overwhelmed with gratitude and joy for my baby girl.
For all of you that ask for warnings when I post baby pictures….let this be your warning! Baby Sister turned 6 months old and we took some new pictures to mark it. She’s been living in fleece pjs, so it was fun to actually put something else on her for a few pics. However, I am still in love with her little rolls so I opted for sweet, soft baby skin on most of the pics.
I know I am her mom, but you gotta admit…she is a cutie CUTIE! I am going to have a hard time picking which ones to print.
I am thinking of doing one really big in her room…which one would you make BIG?
I’m not sure why I like this one, there is just something about it.
She has a really LONG tongue…she has also started this high pitched squeal noise. The boys always grunted…she squeals. She’s developed a fake cry that has a bit of a high pitch and pathetic face to go with it – now she’s starting to seem different than the boys. I can’t wait until the spring to get her in a mud puddle
I like this one because there is the newborn picture of her in the background all sweet and asleep…and then her now. She is every bit as active as any of her brothers at this age. She is scooting from room to room and gets anywhere she wants to go. In this particular picture she was scooting herself right off the bed.
Since I was tired of chasing her I emptied the toys out of her bucket and stuck her in it. Much easier on me.
Me and my big blue eyes are coming to get you…
Chris took a few of me with her….I think he did a pretty great job. On a sidenote, when we put together her room, I intentionally placed the pallet bed opposite the window so we could get good light on it for pictures like this.
A while back I saw a photograph of a baby with a HUGE flower on her head. Not the big ones that some kids wear everyday, but HUGE as in obviously a photo prop. The photograph was beautiful, it seemed timeless and elegant. I wanted to try to recreate it, but couldn’t remember where I had seen it, so I winged it. I bought the biggest flower I could find at Hobby Lobby and turned it into a clip. As funny as these pictures are, there is still something about them that I kind of like…
My attempt wasn’t what I was going for. Chris and I had some good laughs over though. He said, “All she needs is a banana.” What? I asked. “You know the Chiquita Banana Lady.”
Well it just so happens we have plastic toy fruit.
If the Monday blues get to you today just close your eyes and picture my daughter with plastic fruit on her head!