I guess it's been awhile since I've just posted photos of our recent goings-on.
We carved Reformation pumpkins. Jonah did his completely on his own, and Evan pretended to do his. I hadn't planned on him carving a pumpkin, but he really wanted to carve his tiny little pumpkin.
We may not celebrate Halloween, but we like to have fun, too.
It turned out pretty cute.
This little punkinhead is the cutest of all, though.
She learned a new trick in the last few days. It always cracks me up how determined babies are when they are learning something. Once she figured out how to get up on her knees, she's done nothing but practice, practice, practice.
"Push her down!" her Grandma says. Yes, really. I actually kinda sorta want to. I'm very happy with an immobile baby, but babies will grow and she will learn new things no matter what I think.
I made her some little hairbows. A friend told me about the idea of making baby hairclips from the zippers of ziploc bags. It's genius, really. Those things really grip little bits of fine baby hair. She's lost so much hair that she really only has a little shock of long hair on the top. I try to spread it around. Like a little baby comb-over. Poor girl... But never has a comb-over looked so cute on anyone, right?
Balding like a middle-aged man, and she's still stinkin' adorable.