London decided to try her hand at photography, and specifically asked me to put them on 'daddy's computer' (if anything is technical in any way, it automatically belongs to James). So behold the artists' work.
"Slinky from afar"
"Slinky up close"
"naughty dog" (I would title it- "smart dog")
"Mommy telling me I can take 2 more pictures"
"Ignoring Mommy and taking pictures of her while she tries to feed brother"
So, I knew there would be some disappointed family members if I didn't post some pictures of London and Noble in their Easter get ups, especially since we were selfish enough not to spend Easter Sunday with them. Now lets just pretend as you look at these beautiful, sweet pictures that they were taken Sunday morning, after a delicious family breakfast of homemade pancakes at which James gave a heartfelt retelling of the Easter story, and not that they were staged at the end of the day after all the 'festivities' had ended. And by festivities I mean, running around in what most would consider complete chaos, just to make it to Sunday school 15 min after class had begun (which, sadly, isn't too bad for us), and attending an Easter egg hunt at which I'm pretty sure my daughter had what you might refer to as a 'sugar seizure'.
London about to leap off the sofa, Noble looking concerned. Classic.
Happy First Easter Noble!
And you had better appreciate my efforts, dressing London once a day is enough to drive the most patient person over the edge. I'm pretty sure this was the 5th time to put clothes on the child, but I might have lost track.
London loves her baby brother, and the feelings mutual. Noble is always very interested in what she has to say.
And if you can't tell, Noble just won't stop growing. At his one month checkup he was 10lbs 9oz. I didn't think the scale was accurate, so I weighed him when we got home, and sure enough, he's 10 1/2lbs!
Okay, so he's really not that chubby...yet. I just can't believe how fast Noble is growing. At his one month checkup he was 9 lbs 12oz! I can't believe he's gained 3 lbs in less than 3 weeks! He's a precious boy, and we are so glad he's part of our family!