August 27, 2013

Where you lead, I will follow.

She looks nothing like this anymore .... :'(

 All of my sisters with my daughter(!!)

My grandma didn't drop Ev, promise

Everly with her only girl cousin who's 9 years older than her

Bronson's toys are always where it's at

We just can't get enough

From refusing to let us get a good look at her until 36 weeks in utero (I mean, I knew all along she was a she, but still) to making me dread night time because that's apparently when she could fit in Very Painful Fetus Taebo class, to deciding her birthday should be in 2013 instead of 2012; Everly and I weren't always Mothergirl material.

And then she was born and all my, "I've always wanted a daughter!!!" dreams came true. No sarcasm.
I love having a girl. Love. She's nearly 8 months old and I feel like we're definitely best friends for infinity.
No way is she gonna turn on me later because I'm not like a regular mom, I'm a cool mom ......

Things I Google ... for Bronson.

Some of the stuff Bronson asks me to Google for him lately:
"The big Lego Hulk transingform into the small Lego Hulk."
"The Hulk show that has not the Dr David Banner because that one makes me so sad."
"The Avengers girl, Matasha."
"The IronBatman."
"The HulkSpiderman."
"The Venom with the big tongue and teeth."
"Videos of me, Bronson."

August 5, 2013

the kids room

The room that the kids share is bright and covered in collected and DIYed items. Lately Bronson spends hours in there reconfiguring Legos and Avengers get ups. Everly just started scooting and she loves to zombie slither all over the place and freak Bronson out by casting a few glances in his Lego direction. (She has yet to even touch one of his preciouses because I'm an anti choking diligent, but to hear Bronson tell it, you'd think she'd made off with every last one.)

This is my favorite space in our apartment.
It's the first shared space Bronson's ever had (he's straight thrilled about that one) and the
first real room Everly's ever had (she was my bedside table for her first 6 months).

We keep most of the toys in the closet and I donate/buy (used) books (also, the library) in a pretty consistent rotation because I get sick of reading the same ones over and over (there are a few exceptions to this). I need to teach Bronson to read already so he can take over in that department.