He is still a ham for the camera - and I loved that I could get him to play along on the floor for a long series of selfies. Yes, Marmie desperately needs a new phone lock screen and this was it! He even enjoyed the review and select process. Maybe seeing all those photos of himself stood in for the mirror. We didn't have any mirror moments today.
I did see him briefly on Sunday, but it wasn't until today that I could really take stock of how much he's changed in a month. He's taller. He used to stand on his tippy toes to barely see out the window to wave bye bye to his mama...not now.
He's still a great eater. Today's favorites included blueberry waffles, oranges, avocado, banana, applesauce, cheerios...and milk. Sadly, the pork tenderloin Marc and I enjoyed Sunday night was not a hit.
And how about colors and coloring. and putting things into bags. I think he enjoyed that ziploc more than the coloring.
Also walking. We took Holly for a walk after lunch and he walked the whole way holding tight to my hand. He really loves the big steps up and down and the big trucks (there's a huge construction project at the golf course behind our house and he was mesmerized whenever one of them drove by).
He's very interested in Ha-eee (Holly). Happy to report no altercations today. But there's still a ways to go before they're fast friends. (at least on her part). He's learning patience. and maybe she's learning trust. We'll see.
...and now it's time for a glass of wine and a little knitting. That hasn't changed!
*and because I'm sure inquiring minds want to know, that Lettuce and Purple Mystery is still sitting on the shelf in my yarn room. Spring seems like it might be just around the corner and my knitting thoughts are shifting to lighter projects...and finishing up a few cooler weather pieces that I just might have an opportunity to wear this season. Stay tuned for a knitting update. I know...it's been a while!