Radiant at her post-sealing celebration:
Snugging with G Gma Heinz & big sis:
Trying out some rice cereal (while advertising for our insurance company):
THIS is a rarity because dad's alarm goes off at 4:30am and the girls only make their way into bed with mom just after he takes off for his wicked long run (EVERY day of the week).
Each morning, I lie hoping with all my might that his raucous isn't followed by the pitter-patter of Mia's feet, the slamming of her own door and reckless opening of mine, and then June's subsequent yell after such a rude awakening.
I am hardly ever appeased.
A few weeks ago, I set June down mid-feeding to do something urgent. I left the bottle on her tummy and when I came back I found that she had helped herself. It scared me.
June's eyes are so dark, her pupils are camouflaged-- they look like big, juicy black olives!