I decided to try to take a photo a day with my DSLR for 100 days. Here’s this week’s batch!
Note: I spent forever on Amazon drooling over cameras yesterday because I am so frustrated with mine that I’m ready to throw it–HARD.
Day 55/February 24: All of her Sesame Street guys were lined up next to her crib. When she woke up, I went into her room and she hardly even looked at me before pointing and demanding, “Big bird!” I handed him to her. Then, “Elmo!” I gave her Elmo. Finally, “Ernie!” She had to hand me Big Bird so she could hold Ernie.
Day 56/February 25: After her bath, I found her playing with a flashlight so we turned out the lights and had some fun.
Day 57/February 26: Sunday dinner in our old neighborhood. All the feels. We miss our street.
Day 58/February 27: Nothing takes away the pain of a goose egg on your forehead like a ride on a unicorn.
Day 59/February 28: After work, we were playing in the back yard on a beautiful sunny day when she laid herself down on the grass to look at the sky. I laid down next to her. She looked over at me and started babbling non-stop. It was like she was telling me all about her day.
Day 60/March 1: Sky gazing is her new thing, apparently. She lays there and watches for birds and airplanes. I watch her and smile at the occasional, “Hi bird!”
Day 61/March 2: Pre-pajama naked time. Mama was looking through her drawer to see what shorts we had tucked away. Charlotte “helped” by removing everything and throwing it on her bedroom floor.