Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Spring afternoon

What better way to spend a warm, sunny, spring afternoon then snuggling with Dad out on the lawn...

Monday, April 21, 2008

Visit with Grandparents G

I guess I'm a little behind...Rosemary had a wonderful visit with Grandma & Grandpa G. It is such fun to watch them playing with her, and see her enjoying them! She made faces, screeched with joy, cooed, smiled - she performed very well!

The other event of the week was her 2-month check-up. First of all - 2 months? How did that happen?! She hit the 95th percentile for height, and 75th for weight and head. All that eating seems to be working! She also had her first round of shots, which did not go over so great. She emitted the requisite scream when she received them, and then quieted down quickly. All was fine until later that evening, when she started screaming and crying with everything she had. It lasted about 1/2 hour, acetaminophen to the rescue. Oh, it was no fun for any of us. Poor kid.

And I'll have you know, I spelled "acetaminophen" right on the first try.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Lifting her head up!

Scene 8, in which my talented baby girl lifts her head up and gnaws happily on her sleeve.

Thursday, April 10, 2008


Cooing, almost laughing, screeching (happily!), "taking off" when she lies on her back (everything from the ribs down lifts up into the air), checking out her mobile, sleeping (sometimes) 5-6 hours before waking up at night, rewarding us with her sweet smiles, and getting more adorable by the day. Who could ask for anything more!

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Matthew, this one's for you...

This child accepts no substitutes. Sigh.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Sometimes, just a little is a lot

I cannot believe that Baby Girl is entering her 8th week of life already.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Very advanced, I'm sure

I wish I had caught her about 30 seconds earlier. I rolled her onto her belly, and wheeeee! up into the air flew her head. Twice. I did manage to capture her "swimming" a bit--arms, legs, & head in action.