The Squeak got her first haircut today. It was starting to be a wild, stringy, weird and uneven mess, but now it's just wild, slightly uneven and adorable with a little natural curl. Love this girl. Here's pictures of her loveliness after the cut.
She and DA have been a joy. She's an easy baby for the most part, except when she gets her shots, then she's just miserable, which makes me and daddy miserable and DA cover his ears. He LOVES having a little sister. Even when she's loud. And here's some pictures from the last few months.
(Big blue eyes that melt her daddy's heart. Every. Time. He's a sucker for her, but for good reason.)
(she has dimples in her elbows!)
(DA having fun with Mom and a mixer)
(always pretty in pink)
Here is a perfect example of her crazy-sauce hair before I cut it. This day I found her upside down in her crib squealing and yelling for someone to come break her out of jail when she was supposed to be sleeping. She normally gets her way. Little pip-squeak. But she makes it totally worthwhile with her enormous open-mouthed tongue-all-the-way-out grins and giggles. She's a sweetheart.
DA and I have been having some fun adventures together recently. Here's the latest:
(Ice-skating with the boy, so tiring but hilarious!)
Wish there wasn't such a reflection on this one because I love it.
We've had a quiet winter. I hate being cold so DA and I rarely leave the house. We're gearing up to move and leave all we know behind for warmer climates and sunny weather. It's going to be a whole new world come July. I'm still trying to adjust to two little ones, not to mention trying to keep calm about having to make all new friends. DA will be going to Kindergarten this fall and Squeak will be old enough to start walking when we move. Anxiety is building, but we're also super excited.