Tuesday, October 25, 2011

It's been a while!

It's been a while since this Blog's been updated, but Mia is growing in leaps and bounds! I'll try and keep this site updated from now on!

Mia is 3!

Halloween Cupcakes! (We made them together)

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Maaaaa!!!! (I'm changing my name!)

So far, Miss Mia can say:

Mama, dada, nana, grandma, cheese, tia, nam nam, wow wow, bye bye, no!, mine!, book, shoes, juice, mooooon, twinkle twinkle, tickle tickle, teeth, ball, quack quack, dora, oww!, nene, toes, eyes., techie (teechy).

...but her favorite thing to say is "maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!" when she wants something.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Mewwy Cwismas!

She can start a band now. She has an Elmo guitar, Leapfrog Maracas and a keyboard.

Taking time to survey her Christmas loot.

Buildinggg while "Nena" watches on in interest.

Drying after a bath with her "Nena"

Morning Nap. Play hard, eat hard, sleep hard!

Olivia Newton Reyes

This was the beginning of the Christmas fun! She wasn't sure about how to open the presents so Mummy did it for her.

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

I iz crawlin' now

Cuddle for Dora...

Then she's off!

Crawling all over the hemisphere

I iz crawlin', hear me Rarrr!
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more playtime...

Sharing her sippy cup with me. When she wants water she goes "aaahhh" (like when you clear your throat after drinking a coke).

Pondering her next move while Dora lies face-down amid the wreckage of the Fisher Price cement mixer truck (which mom loves to play with)

Reading her favorite book. She loves to kiss the "moona" or "ooon" and dance to the music that it plays.

Mwah! Moona!
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Floortime = Playtime

She always shares her toys...wonder if this will always be the case.

Big toofy grin for "mom" - she shortened mama to mom all by herself.

Silly face...

ANGRY face! (She wanted my phone).
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"A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten, and the future worth living for." -- Anon