We met the big guy while dropping off our gifts for the @givebesa adopt-a-senior drive. Naturally, Birdie was her usual skeptic self.
Finished the house today. I’m finding there’s a little Griswold in my blood 🎄💉💡
When you are getting molars and your sleep schedule is messed up and you have been in the car more than two hours each of the last three days. #sadbird
What am I thankful for? These two. ♥️
Monday coming for me like
We have read ‘Doggies’ a thousand times, and will likely read it a thousand more. Woof. Yap yap. Nn-nn-nnn.
Tonight, I voted for her future.
Columbus, you’re looking good. 😘
Making friends 🐥😹
Birdie is a teething, snotty, tired and crabby mess tonight. So grateful she’s soothed by wearing her as a baby backpack.
What a wonderful way to wrap up a weekend! @miz_cracker, you are a dream 💁🏼♀️
I am so in love with this confident, sweet, feisty child. That wave to dad! The way she marched down the hall while I laughed to keep up and David ran ahead to get a photo.🐔😻 Chickadee, you are one of a kind and I’m so happy to know you!
(Worth a repost from my story ♥️)
More than I could even wish for ♥️
This is a photo of two very rested parents after three nights away from their baby.
Clinging to the love from this weekend.
Early fall light is just the best.
Each night we read Birdie a page of ‘Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World.” So far, each story has told of how brilliant scientists have had to overcome overwhelming discrimination to share their ideas with the world. Few were taken seriously, most worked for free and every one of them were under recognized for their contributions in their time- simply because they were women. The optimist in me wants to tell my daughter that this was so long ago- we have come so far! And I truly do hope that there is truth in that somewhere. I’m struggling to cling to that optimism tonight, but grateful for the real-life women in science in our life for Birdie to look up to, and for this book to teach her the names of these women.