These are super late, but I owe you all pictures while I’m busy catching you up. Remember when I had time to blog every day? I guess I should be grateful – pretty sure that only ever happened in the hospital. These pictures bring us up through the end of June.
Deep Thoughts by Leah Buggy.
Buggy the Vampire Slayer
“What is it?” asked the dog.
Mommy made a hat!
Baby ate a hat!
“Here, let me hold that knot for you.”
Just some light reading for the weekend.
Celebrating Father’s Day with Grandpa and Great-Grandpa!
“ET PHONE HOME, Grandpa Bill!”
Lobo tempting fate again.
Mmmm, carrots! (Clearly before her last surgery)
Silly selfies with Mama
Mama loves the BabyBug, Baby loves the MamaBug
Dilation day! “I’m so hungry – if I could just eat this chin, please…”
Leah’s buddy Wesley decided to wear his LeahBug shirt that day. He and Leah must be on the same page – he didn’t even know she had a dilation scheduled!
Hospital gown for breakfast!
“Mr. Ducky, I have to have another dilation today.”
“Maybe you could be my breakfast?”
“Well shucks. If I can’t sleep, I might as well nap.”
A bird’s-eye view of said nap.
I just love this face. Don’t care if the pic is blurry.
Her very favorite sleeping position
Taking the whole “navel gazing” concept literally
Geeeeentle with the kitty!
A first! Swimmy time!
We like it!
We did not particularly enjoy the part where Mommy dipped our hair underwater. That was not cool. It was COLD.
But it’s okay. Water is fun, because…
…water has duckies.
BabyBug doesn’t get to play outside every day, but when she does, she makes sure to enjoy a nice nap in the grass.
For our 7-year wedding anniversary we took BuggyBug to the beach. It wasn’t her first trip but it was the first time we actually sat down and watched the waves. She loved it!
She was not, on the other hand, particularly impressed with her bib.
WHEEEEEE! We are silly!
Cool Baby is cool.
I know it’s blurry but I just love this sheer joy.
I wish I could tell you what was so funny but I have the oddest feeling it was my face.
Come on. Just come on.
Working hard in PT
“Still wondering where my service pony is…”
“… But it’s okay. I can wait.”