Yeah, we had to wait until all the little kids were done taking their pictures
He also rode the train
Izzy talking to her daddy.
A few moments I'm loving now:
Anne and Greg are coming to vist us for a long weekend this weekend. Neither of them have met Isabella, and I cant' wait to show her off ;) Anne hasn't seen Jessica since last summer, or was it even longer? Needless to say, Jessica has grown in to a little person and is no longer that cute, squishy toodler she was last year. I know they'll get a kick out of all her stories and her non-stop talking. Love having my brothers around, and now a future sister. Love my family, and I wish they lived closer! (Come on guys, how could you NOT want to live in San Diego???)
Can't wait to see you guys!
I'll have lots of pictures to post after their visit, I'm sure ;)
(wait till you see the engagement cupcakes I got them. Ah-Mah-ZING)
Best thing since sliced bread. I got it as a baby shower gift from a few friends- it was one of the four things I wanted for Baby Dos. And I got it. And I LOVE it.
That was a few months ago (whoa, does time fly or what?!) I wanted to try it out when I got it, but was too pregnant and toooooo tired.
So now, even though Izzy won't be eating for a few more months, I decided to take advantage of all the apples we have growing from our apple tree: Fresh, homemade applesause. I opened up my BabyCook, read the instructions, diced up 2 apples (super fasy & easy with an apple slicer), poured in the water, steamed it, then blended it and viola! Best. Applesause. EVER. And SOOOOOOOOOOOO easy to make!!!! Only one thing to wash up, and enough applesause to last a week for a baby.
Yummy, homemade baby food :)
I love making baby food. I love the idea of, I love doing, and most of all- I love that I know exactly what my baby is eating. I made all of Jessica's baby food using this: