Laura crawled over to join in the evening story reading. It was adorable and unexpected!
Emily spent a lot of time pushing Laura around in a wood box. They both loved it, and if Laura started to tire Emily would give her the puppy and she would settle back in for more.
Muffin eating party! They went fast!
Laura surprised us all by putting on the oven mitts. She loved it and we loved watching her love wearing them.
The kids made a tent with the pickler triangle and blankets. With the sun on the blanket directly they loved the colors inside the tent that filtered through the blanket.
Laura is starting to take some steps! Not full on walking, but it is so fun to watch her try and get excited.
Emily and Nathan taking advantage of their new play and work space.
Laura is officially climbing on the pickler triangle. She isn’t consistent with getting down yet so we are in the stressful phase, but she loves it and is a fast learner.
Andrew took the kids to the Yale Peabody Museum so I could do some planning. They found a giant turtle and then spent the rest of the time hunting down turtles in all the different exhibits.
The kids went kite flying with Andrew while I did a podcast interview. It was freezing cold and Andrew had to perform a kite rescue by scaling a fence and side of a building.