Thanks for all your well wishes for our little babe. She is doing better, but still has a nasty cough. Poor thing. Still, we got in some holiday fun this weekend. Fun is a relative term, of course. It seems Ada has a conflicted relationship with Easter. I suppose we contributed to it by waking her from a long afternoon nap to prance around the backyard. But
we the Easter Bunny had hidden treats for her!
Still, she was oh-so sleepy . . .
I don't know why we pushed it. Excited, I guess.
Fail. But not entirely. I think she enjoyed or, rather, will enjoy her loot.
Alright. Maybe the presents were for all of us. We got her a couple gDiapers to take with us on day trips. We also have a few summer camping trips and other adventures planned where a hybrid might be helpful.
I'll be sure to write up how good/bad we think they are soon. We're taking them for a test-drive day-trip on Friday. We also bought a few Itti Bitti Tutto diapers to try out. Fun stuff.
And then there's the duck-bunny. We often call Ada duck-face because she has this elaborate stretching ritual after most every sleep . . . and she always makes this classic duck-face. When we saw the little stuffed wonder, we knew she had to have it.
No holiday would be complete without a few photos with mommy and daddy. (I r.e.a.l.l.y need to invest in a photo session sometime so we can get a good shot of the three of us together. Maybe around her 6-month birthday.)
Other Easter happenings:
- Ran 11.2 miles at a humane -- slow -- pace.
- Went grocery shopping at Wegmans and basically no one was there. SCORE!
- Developed perhaps the worst allergies of my life. Took Claritin. Little relief.
- Ate homemade Pad Thai for dinner.
But a delicious hot mess, regardless.
How was your weekend/holiday? How did you make the holiday special for your kiddo-s? We were initially supposed to visit Stephen's family in NJ, but since we were all under the weather, had to cancel. I think we made the best of the situation.
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