I mentioned in one of the recipes that I posted awhile ago that we’re trying an approach to solids called baby-led weaning. It basically means giving Miles finger food instead of spoon-feeding him purees, since he’s coordinated enough to put … Continue reading
Last week was a great week! Granny was here, so Miles got LOTS of undivided attention, Mrs. Chumsley got a few extra naps, and some jobs that have been hanging over our heads finally got done. (Who knew it could … Continue reading
This year we are members of Skipper Otto’s community supported fishery. We put up $250 a couple of months ago, and now that salmon fishing has begun, we can go pick up fresh fish every week or so. We did … Continue reading
Today’s project is to clean up the study so that tomorrow we can move the desk and everything else into the guest room, move our dressers from the guest room into the master bedroom, and move Miles’s stuff from our … Continue reading
June delivers the goods with a huge batch of great photos, which brings us to the end of our first semi-annual retrospective. It’s so hard to believe that our awesome little dude is sitting up like it’s no big deal, … Continue reading
May was the prelude to all things fun, aka June. Not a lot to show for May, but just wait until next month!
Miles really started to notice the world and engage with us in April. I think we must have said “aw, little guy” about a million times.
Here is where Miles really started to hit his stride, or perhaps we were just getting enough sleep to remember to take more pictures!
In February, Miles started to turn into a real person with a strong personality. The guy definitely knows what he likes and doesn’t like!
January was a bit of a blur. A very cute blur, but a blur nonetheless. Look at those ape arms! 🙂