Things have been happening around here!
Emmy started to eat solid foods. She likes veggies, not fruit. Weird, I know.
She loves sweet potatoes, peas and carrots. I’m still making the baby food which isn’t too hard, but I’m not against buying it pre-made, and have, too. Some weeks are too nuts and I don’t have the time. It’s funny how I like feeding her food and know it’s good for her to learn to eat solids, but honestly, some days it’s just too much, and some days I forget to send food to daycare. Oh well, 2nd kid, right?
Georgia is growing up. For the past few weeks we have been cramming her into her carseat. She has a loooong torso, and every time we buckled her in, she’d whine or cringe it was too tight. She had gotten too tall for it, and it was time for an upgrade. To a booster.
She looks so big! It’s terrifying and crazy. She’ll be 4 soon and has requested a Cars birthday cake at the bounce house place. She also wanted Transformer Valentine’s for her friends. I love my unconventional girl.
Since I rarely travel, I also learned G does NOT like it when I travel. One night we were FaceTiming and she told me she, “Didn’t want me to be there anymore,” and then started to cry.
So I started to cry. It’s a good thing I travel about once a year! But after that trip, I’m even MORE thankful for a husband that definitely does his 50% and sometimes much more.
Where did I travel? To Las Vegas for the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, otherwise known as KBIS. I didnt’ see much of Vegas beyond the convention center, but what I saw inside was pretty cool.
Wanna see my faves?
This is LAMINATE. Not marble…laminate. Can you believe it? I love it. And want it. WILSONART
This sink was at Kohler. I looooove the texture on a Farmhouse sink. Fabulous. KOHLER
This sink was also at Kohler. The honeycomb/hexagon shape was BIG at the show…and this was a great way to do it. Isn’t that shadow beautiful?
This is tile…made from thin thin thin slices of fruit. A pear, to be exact. Ann Sacks always has crazy stuff! ANN SACKS
On the 1st, our Goddaughter also turned one!
Is there anything cuter than a 1 year old, rocking the shirtless look and eating cake?
I came home from Vegas last week to sick baby, a sick dog, and a sad toddler…and I think a thank-god-she’s-home husband.
Georgia was happy I was home, and happy I brought her a present. A purple unicorn, no doubt! and if you know me, you know how I feel about stuffed animals. But I was going to buy about anything to see a smile on this girl’s face.
So hopefully we’re all on the mend (as the hubs coughs on the other end of the couch) and can start counting the days until spring!
Happy February, friends!