Well, we are coming out of it around here. Ellie is nearly potty trained after just 2 months of hard labor. We’re almost not completely terrified to take her out to eat without a pull-up on. Success! Again, I didn’t snap as many photos as usual this month, since most would have been taken near a portable potty.
Here she is in all her glory – Queen of the Ethnic Food Festival. I like how she looks a little like a warrior princess here.
I’m sure this happens to you to when you try to get a group shot with your friends. I love how a few of us are laughing, some are smiling and others are talking. This picture pretty much sums up our trip to Sedona.
These gorgeous flowers were outside of my client’s office. Does anyone know what they are? The blooms are about 6 inches in diameter and absolutely stunning.
My husbands’ company raises money for charity each year by hosting a silent auction. A lot of the items are experiences donated by officers within the firm (concert tickets, wine nights, etc.). We won (along with a crew of other people) a gangster tour of Kansas City. If you’ve never done something like this, I highly recommend it. It was fascinating. After the tour, we hit up Anthony’s. Their lasagna alone is worth the trip, if you’ve never been.
At around age 2, Ellie liked to wear all her bows in her at one time. Then, she was over it. For about a week this month, she started sporting the look again, but over braids. It is the happiest hairstyle.
Every night when I make dinner, I receive a large number of distractions from a small, blond girl. On this particular night, she recruited everyone from Ariel to a baby. I’m completely outnumbered.