Deep breath in...deep breath out...it's Friday.
I have lots of thoughts this morning.
First of all, I know I've said this before, but I hate anonymous comments. I disabled them on my blog many months ago and it's been great. People are much less careful with their words when their name is not attached. My feeling is, if I have to look at your butt, do me the courtesy of showing your face.
Second, I'm not cut out for nursing in public. The nursing room at church is as public as I get, and even then I feel awkward. I use my nursing cover, but I'm not very graceful at getting the baby latched on underneath it and then she's waving her arms about and making the fabric billow. I probably end up doing the very thing I'm trying to avoid by using it. I wish I could care less.
Third, I bought Jackson some boxer briefs and they're impossibly cute. Does anyone else find it humorous that you can buy underwear at the grocery store? 'Cause I sure did buy them at HEB.
Here are some pictures of Jackson getting blessed with ice cream after he was so good at school and took a marathon nap there for his teachers. In fact, he did it twice this week. That was a first! Good job, buddy!
Here's Annabeth after we did a little shopping to get her ready for the summer. Summer's already here, by the way. We've been in the 90's this week. Baby girl needed some shades!
Behold, the first bathing suit I ever bought for my daughter. I remember Melissa and I going round and round with our mom over bathing suits from a young age. Remember those suits that were like two pieces but they were connected? Despite our begging and pleading, Mom never let us wear those. Looking back, they were u-g-l-y you-ain't-got-no-alibi. In a few years Annabeth and I will have our own drama, I'm sure.
Bathing suit + hat.
Bathing suit + hat + shades.
Here she is trying on one of her cute new bows. I love this expression. That day I had been really tempted to buy some new bows at Gymboree, but I resisted. When Curt got home he had a fun package for us with several new ones in it. Yeah!
I'm anticipating a great summer. The absence of morning sickness alone practically guarantees it.