Hazel loves the book full of photos of herself, Nora, and Winnie that we gave her for Christmas.
Hazel doesn’t say much, but she’ll steal your heart anyway.
Now available for Holiday 2013 bookings. (Thanks, Sarah, for posting this!)
Hazel doesn’t say much, but at least she’s happy.
(Also I swear she finished her fruit before I gave her that quesadilla.)
Sometimes you can barely make it through dinner before falling asleep.
When I was done checking out the latest photos of Winifred Bee, it was clear Hazel wanted more. I set Angie‘s Flickr stream to play as a slideshow, plopped Hazel down in front of it, and she watched the whole thing three times through, laughing when her favorite photos came up. I think she’d already been watching for about five minutes when it occurred to me to grab the camera. Considering the attention span of a one-year-old, that’s pretty impressive. I wish these two could see each other more in real life!
Nora would like to bring you something. Do you need a Diet Coke? Do you need a comforting stuffed animal? WHAT DO YOU NEED???
Now that Nora is in kindergarten, Hazel and I are just hanging out by ourselves for a large part of the day. Hazel absolutely misses Nora and knows when it’s time to pick her up–in fact she spends the whole ride to and from McGillis yelling and making crazy noises. She’s pretty relaxed in the car most of the time, so I thought you’d like to see the difference.
It’s the first day of kindergarten, and Nora is nervous AND excited. She’s most excited for naptime, and most nervous for lunchtime.
Who needs to walk when you can ride?
(Points deducted from mother’s score for off-camera shaky dismount)