The last time I was at the Museum was back in January with my nephew and baby Logan in my tummy.
Logan can hold his head up really well so he can now face outwards in the baby carrier. He really enjoyed going for a little hike around the cottage.
Here is Dad showing Logan a butterfly on his toy. He seemed really interested in it.
Chilling out on the dock while Dad tells Logan about the huge fish that got away...
Ahhhh, what a great weekend!
I compared this load of wash to the load when Loggie was just about two months old. I predicted that the biggest increase would be in the very versatile 'baby wash cloths' and bibs but there wasn't much of a difference.
Items that remained the same
2 fleece/fuzzy blanket
2 burp pads
3 pairs of socks
3 pairs of pants
5 receiving blankets
Items that increased
20 bibs (increase by 5)
29 baby wash cloths (increase by 3)
5 bath blankest (increased by 4)
Items that decreased
7 onesies (decrease by 1)
1 jumper, 1 overall, 6 pjs (listed '11 outfits and pjs' before)
1 crib sheet
1 portable crib sheet
1 change table sheet
1 bear blanket
Yes, I am a mother of a four month old infant and I have time to count items in his laundry. Please notify me when I can pick up my trophy.
Then on the way home a storm hit Markham. Is this a picture of snow in June???Nope, it's hail!
Waiting for the show to start.
Making faces at Uncle Al.