Emma completed her 1st 6 week session of swimming lessons. She was the youngest in her class and definitely the cutest!
I can’t believe Emma is already 11 months and I am starting to plan her 1st birthday party. That’s insane!
She can now stand on her own for several seconds and has attempted to take a step or two on her own. I am thinking she will probably be walking by her birthday.
She is fighting a cold and super fussy today. If she doesn’t get her way, she flips out! Little diva!
I can’t get enough of this video. I have watched it 20 plus times. Melts my heart every time.
This little monster is keeping our hands full. Tonight Mike laid her down for bed because I was sick with the flu. She was crying in her bedroom, which is normal, a lot of nights she cries herself to sleep. Then all of a sudden we heard a bang, a couple seconds of no crying and then a lot louder of a scream. When Mike came in the room, she was sitting on the floor. She crawled over the railing and fell out of the crib. Little stinker! Thankfully she didn’t get hurt! After that, mike lowered her crib mattress several inches. Hopefully that helps! Good grief!
The started putting up the siding. Exciting! I love this charcoal gray!
After work, I grabbed Emma and threw her in a stroller and we went for a run/walk to the park. It was gorgeous out. Emma went down the slide for the very first time. She loved it. She giggled when she got to the bottom. It was the best part of my day. I am looking forward to making more park days!
Have I mentioned lately how much I love this cutie?! OMG! She is my everything!!
Today she started walking with me when I held her hands. She will be walking in no time on her own! (She isn’t even 11 months yet!) can’t believe it!
I think photo above looks like me when I was a baby!
we signed him up for swimming lessons at 10 months at the Y. So far she loves them. She learned how to blow bubbles in the water. It’s been an awesome bonding experience. I love seeing her cute little body and a swimsuit. It brings a smile to my face each time.