Sunday, June 14, 2009
She liked her sweet potatoes so much that she insisted on licking the spoon as we were cleaning up. She's one cute baby.
On another note, she's sitting up all by herself now. She does start to lean a bit from time to time so one of us needs to be there to stop her from falling on her face. She's such a strong baby.
There's a great hotdog shop near our house and so Tim and I decided to stop and grab a dog while Ruby slept in her new carrying system. Mom's friend handed down the backpack and we don't think it was ever used. We're stoked!
We then went to the food Co-op and bought a sweet potato for the Rubster for her first real food experience. Tim can't wait for the poop that will ensue. Bye-bye to breast milk poo diapers and hello SMELLY ones.
We plan on doing some backpacking soon and so decided to try out our backpacking carrying system. It seemed to work just fine. Her body is still a bit small but she didn't mind it. I think we could even strap a tent or sleeping bag under her feet. Pretty cool!
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Fork of the American for a girls paddle to celebrate Ann's birthday.
It has been too long since we were on the river together. While we
were having girl time, Tim and Eric enjoyed a baby and beers picnic by