Friday, June 19, 2009

Friday Fun and Randomness

Penny reads this blog. I have no other explanation for why she decide to roll from her back to her front for the first time in months this morning. And push herself backward (legs straight but it's a start). I told Husband that I hate that we have to take her off her reflux meds for the tests next week but hopefully she'll forgive us in another month or so and go back on her tummy.

Usually mealtime with Ned and Penny involves Ned SHOVELLING food into his mouth, some of which goes into his bib and we call that "second course". Penny clamps her mouth shut and goes nowhere near the table food (also refuses spoon food) unless it is a puff or cracker.

Here's how they usually look:

Thanks maybe to the teething monster (I think she may have two but she won't actually let me in there), Penny thinks bagels rock almost as much as her Auntie Stacey.


Just before 5 pm every night I play the game where I figure out whether I can really get out of the office or if I should just stay. After all, leaving at 5 pm means I spend an hour plus making the 15 mile commute home. But I usually try and thankfully I got there last night just in time to see these guys:

6 comments:

Nancy said...

Go PENNY!!!! :)

Jane said...

Woah! They are good enough sitters to be in the bath unassisted? Awesome! I am so looking forward to being bath ring free and to be able to actually take a proper shower again . . .

Goddess in Progress said...

OK, I know that the eating thing is a major source of stress, but that picture of Penny's face in the high chair is absolutely hilarious. Not making light of the food refusal, I swear, but the face cracks me up.

And isn't bathtime the cutest?

twinoverload said...

That bathtub picture is adorable!

Boston Chef said...

I cannot wait until ours can sit up so we can do the big tub with them both! Penny was totally telling that bagel who the boss is.

Anonymous said...

The handle above Ned's head in the highchair shot always looks to me to be a halo. But then I think "Nooo, that can't be right."