She eats avocado
...is already trying to crawl away from me.
Oh, Ivy, please don't go. I could eat you up, I love you so.
and the pure relaxation...
P.S. (Can I do a P.S. on a blog?) For those of you who asked, the carrier that Ivy is in is an ergo baby carrier. Though a little spendy, it is worth the investment if you are serious about babywearing. It is the only carrier I own that does not hurt my back or shoulders. Yesterday, I did a little gardening with Ivy in the ergo using the back carry position and she was asleep in 5 minutes. Like I said, worth every penny.
I had to go with "I spy with my own little Ives...." by Rose. For it's true, since we are always together....
...whatever I spy, my own little Ives, spies as well.
Rose, if you would please get in touch with me, I would love to send you a lovely selection of handmade burp cloths and baby washcloths.
By the way, the photo of Ivy and me was taken right outside of the condo we stayed in while we were in Door County. Don't we looked so relaxed? I'm still planning to post about our trip, but honestly haven't had any time to do it justice. Ivy is working on two teeth and has been up anywhere from 3-5 times a night for the past week. Ugh! Hopefully those teeth work their pointy little selves through soon.
... and if I pick your entry, I'll send you a collection of handmade baby washcloths and DOUBLE SIDED burp cloths. If any of you have had a spitty baby, you know that double sided is the key to your shoulder's happiness.
And no, I did not make these fabulous items myself. I only wish I was that crafty. They were made by a friend at church. When we had our babies, I think she gave us about 30 burp cloths, and with spitty Ivy, we go through all of them weekly. Check out my friend's blog to see some other cool things she and her kids AND her husband have been creating.
Alright, here we go. Give it your best shot.
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED SUNDAY.