Sunday, August 18, 2013

at forty weeks...

at forty weeks, you are changing girl! and dad and i just look at each other in disbelief when we realize just how much you understand...way more than we thought!  you've been exploring your voice and vocal range, wiggling around in preparation for thinking about crawling, eating lots, sleeping and napping well, and playing librarian.

you ate your first deviled egg.  you are your father's daughter...
at forty weeks you got to meet logan, your second cousin...
you just held his hand and smiled...
or let him know you were nice by touching his knee and squealing at the top of your lungs...
at forty weeks we spent lots of time playing on the floor.  reading...
hanging out...
rocking out in the exersaucer...
playing tunes...
 
practicing standing...

making faces at your reflection...
chilling with dad... 
doing your new move, where you fall back on purpose and laugh hysterically and then look up at us.  when we try to sit you back up, you get stiff and won't bend at the waist...and keep falling back into our laps... 
 and ripping my glasses from my face and giving sneaky looks...

at forty weeks we got to spend a day visit tracy and carter.  you loved being around carter...
 except when you didn't...
i love being able to see you in the mirror while driving.  i love when i see you smile in reaction to certain songs or when i spell your name.  you always smile during the first e...
this weekend we went to the dump and while unloading the trash from the trunk i saw your cutie-pie face peeking around...
at forty weeks we visited the yarmouth community garden, which was gorgeous.   we brought a blanket and hung out...
you were back at it with the sun hat this week...
and then you whipped that hat off and gave a big grin...
at the gardens we found a maeve-sized wheel barrow and put you to work...
 explored some of the gardens and creative spaces...
 and relaxed on an adirondack chair for a while...
it was a fast week, filled with fun visits from friends and family, a baby party, and your sweetness.  when i look at you it's hard not to smile...and it's hard to believe you are that little baby that i gave birth to.  your baby pictures are starting to look less and less like you, which is both sad and wildly incredible.  oh maeve...keep up the kindness, the silliness, the awesome expressions, and the love.  xoxo little maevis deeee-vis...

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