A Week In The Life, Vol 5.
Hello new week!
We had a great one with this lovely little old man and his combover.
How this week started! I ordered a tall cold brew but they misread the sticker and gave me a TRENTA!!!
If I drank all of this I could fly, I’m sure.
Arts and crafts! Santa brought these clay dinos.
This baby makes our world go ’round.
Baby brother gets lots of toys on him.
This bare belly & crossed legs while nursing will never get old.
Max is so much fun right now. He is a little person!! I love him so much.
First recipe fail of the year. Any guesses?
Oh hi baby.
Okay lots of arts and crafts this week.
Baby in a basket! Max and Emilia think this is the funniest thing ever.
We’re breaking out all of our valentine’s day clothes. Just a sweater and socks she has had since she was two, ha!
Made these buffalo chicken sausages for dinner again.
Played at grandma’s house!
The amount of time I spend feeding this baby in the car is… a lot of time.
This cappuccino was goooood.
This breakfast sandwich was huge.
And this baby is edible!
Max loves carrying his hockey bag in himself. It’s bigger than him. At least they have wheels now!
Ohhhh my gosh. Adore him.
In front of the goal!
This one is really getting into eggs. Mine and Emilia’s favorite food!
She loves making her own (very doctored up) scrambled eggs.
Loved for sure.
And this one woke up with his FIRST TOOTH!!! How! Why! Babies breaking hearts!
12 Comments on “A Week In The Life, Vol 5.”
Okay just had to comment to tell you Jordan is seriously the CUTEST baby in the world!!! I gush over his cuteness every week when you post pics! So adorable. & love that Max has a Kraken hat! He’s so cool :)
If it wasn’t for Emilia, I would say Jordan is one of the most stylish babies!! The baby blue eyes are amazing, and will definitely get him out of trouble when he’s older :-) I am with you on getting a trenta, a venti is about all I can handle. Also wish I could reach in and grab some of that breakfast sandwich. As always love this post and thanks for sharing your babies with us, the are adorable!
Love trying new breakfast spots here on the weekends! Where is that delicious-looking sandwich and cappuccino from?
kitchen on penn!!
I loved the ‘golden years’ of ages 6-10 (roughly) when my daughter was old enough to really start communicating her own interests & ideas& was excited about anything and everything , but she was still sweet & little and liked to hang out with me. Your kids are entering that magical time (not Jordan, but he’s the sweetest & cutest little baby ever! ) – soak it up! it’s the best and it goes in a blink of an eye ( as i sit sorting college mail and financial aid. sigh. i have no idea. time isn’t real) Also? Max’s hockey photos are always the best! too cute in all of his gear!
I am intrigued by those “craft trays” your kids are using for the play dough creations. What are they called and where did you find them? I like that it keeps everything enclosed and doesn’t ruin the furniture. Your children are adorable!
thank you mary! we use these for EVERYTHING! they are probably one of the best things i’ve ever bought. i’ve had them for 4-5 years at this point and they are still in excellent condition. https://www.lakeshorelearning.com/products/ca/p/BX532/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=ppc&utm_campaign=PLA&gclid=Cj0KCQiArt6PBhCoARIsAMF5wajabJhfGVD3tm57vlFwNLNJW3EzZQn30yIUe80OsOrf1J-uv3wguLQaAqEGEALw_wcB
Thx for the link – Order: Done & Dusted!
we bought one of those barefoot dreams blankets based on your recommendation and love it! sooo soft! thank you for the suggestion!
Emilia’s “loved” sweatshirt…so fun.
Can you let me know where you purchased it…if online.
Jordan’s blue eyes are the best. All three of your sweeties are adorable, each in his/her own unique way. Thanks for sharing them with all of us.
Recipe fail: A slab pie?? But I’ll bet it still tastes DeLISH!!!!
In this image of Emilia: (…loves making her own [very doctored up] scrambled eggs.) Please look into Emilia’s leg posture – ‘W’ sitting – and move her legs/knees to her knees outside of her body’s center/hips, i.e., to cross-legged, straightened or to one side.
When a child sits in a ‘W’?
W-sitting is when a child sits on their bottom with their knees bent and feet positioned outside of their hips. If you’re standing above your child, you will see their legs and body make the shape of a W.