Don’t know whether to call this one “The Thinker” or “The Stinker.”
Fingers are delicious. FYI.
“You’re not going to make me work, are you?”
“Oh hey – this isn’t so bad!” (despite that little sour face, she did actually enjoy the sweet potatoes)
“Look Mama! I have a foot!”
“Why are we dressing up? Are we going somewhere pretty?”
“Can I eat my dress for dinner?”
Have you ever seen such a cute ladybug?
It’s been too long since the last toesies post.
Another dress-up day? I think I’d like to sleep in a bit.
“Oh hi, Mr. Great-Grandpa Man!”
“I have a dress! I bet it tastes delicious!”
“Grandpa Mannie, how old are you?” He is 94 years old.
“Whoa. 94! That’s a lot of birthday cakes.”
It’s a Grandpa Bill! Giving kisses!
“Oh hey! There’s a Grandpa Bill attached to that face-toy!”
FaceTime with Ry Ry!
“I need more toys, please.”
Back at Disneyland to use up the last day on the park hoppers from cousins BB&E!
First, Leah met Daisy Duck.
Then, we met Winnie the Pooh!
Leah introduced Gran to her new friend.
Gran and BabyBug were up to no good.
We met Eeyore, too. He was a grump.
Leah loves Tigger. LOVES HIM. He is orange and black in high contrast – what’s not to love? I wish the cast member had taken a picture of her staring at him.
The sweetest mouse in town.
Oh hey! The mouse is eating the cat! I told you she loves Tigger!
No caption needed.
We rode in a teacup. Or like… we sat in a stationary teacup. Close enough.
Later on, Leah reunited with her old friend, Minnie Mouse.
Gran wanted to meet Minnie too!
Leah was supposed to introduce us all to Mickey, but she was too busy staring at him. “I feel we have something in common right now, but I can’t quite put my finger on it.”
In case you were wondering…
A few days later, Leah went to her very first rock concert. Her Cool Auntie Erin is in a band!
“Yeah. That’s right. I’m with the band.”
She’s a real partier, this one.
Cool Auntie Erin and her bandmates
Leah’s new CuddleBug lovie, made especially for her by Cymmie’s Cuddle Bugs. One of Leah’s Facebook friends was sweet enough to cover the costs for Leah to get a matching CuddleBug blanket, pillow and lovie, who we have named Mr. LionBug. Leah already loves this little guy. They had a Deep Conversation as soon as they met. She babbled at him and he jingled back at her.
Deep in conversation.
A kiss for Mr. LionBug. Possibly a nibble.
“He just said something really witty!”
Yup. She loves him.
Aunti Staci is helping us practice sitting up!
“Fingers are yummy. You like my stickers?”
Stole Mommy’s spot. Feels no remorse.
Somebody got to ride the swing for the first time in occupational therapy!
Leah had so much fun! She kept closing her eyes, and at first we thought maybe she was getting sleepy (because they were just a little droopy), but then she really started squinting and we realized it was because she isn’t used to having wind in her face! “WHO IS BLOWING ON ME?????”
Time for our morning endoscopy and dilation! Nomming on Mommy’s chin in the waiting room.
“We’re up awfully early, aren’t we?”
Baby Burrito waiting for the doctor to come get her.
She was hungry. Very, very hungry.
Helpful Baby is helpful.
Angry and hungry. There’s just one solution.
“GIVE ME MY LUNCH! THIS INSTANT!”
“Mmmmm. Noms in my tummy. That’s better.”
On the ride home: “Man, I had the craziest dream just now.”
Later that day, we practiced our sitting!
“Just gimme your damned finger!”