Thursday, December 31, 2009

Toddler bed update

It's Day Five and Molly is currently down for her nap. We haven't had (*knock on wood*) any issues. Other than coming out of her room that first night, she's been staying put. We have heard her get out of her bed a few times, but so far she's been staying in her room when we've put her down. One day she wasn't quite tired enough for nap time and I could hear her playing with her toys. I went back in and told her to get into bed because it was nap time and as far as I can tell she stayed put and was sound asleep 10 minutes later.

In the mornings we tend to wake up to the sounds of Molly talking to herself on the monitor. For the most part she's still in bed when we get to her room. However one morning the very first sound we heard was Molly shutting her bedroom door behind her. I met up with her just as she was passing N's office and coming into the dining room.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Toddler bed, night one

Yesterday we converted Molly's bed from crib to toddler bed. Last night was her first time sleeping in it. I was actually out grocery shopping when N put her down. He said she came out once and he heard her get out of her bed about 3 times, but 20 minutes later all was quiet. When he finally peeked in she was sound asleep in her bed. I kept thinking I was going to wake up to a little person standing next to my bed, but this morning I heard Molly start to babble to herself on the monitor. When I walked into her room she was still laying in her bed. Was perfectly content to wake up slowly as she normally does so I fed the cats.

So far a success.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Eye color

I just read the most recent email from BabyCenter and the first line is, "By now your child's eye color and hair color are probably fixed". This cracks me up. So not true. Molly gets a LOT of commentary about her baby blues. Do you blame them?



Then they look at me:



Then they say, "Oh, she must get them from her father." Mmm, nope.



Yeah, eye color can change a lot later than 2 years old folks. I had pretty blue eyes all the way into Jr. High. It was then that they started to change. I scanned in all my school pics. In 5th grade they were still pretty blue. By the time 10th grade rolled around you can really see the change towards green taking place.

Nothing is ever set in stone.

Although if your kid has brown eyes, they are probably going to stay brown. ;-)

My great nephew, Molly's first cousin once removed

I think I have that right. Anyway, I watched Jonah (my niece's son) on Tuesday. Unfortunately I had woken up that morning with a little bit of pressure in my sinuses and as the day progressed I felt like absolute crap. Plus Molly woke up from nap time with a fever. Not fun. Molly was better by Christmas Eve, but I just started making the turn towards better yesterday. I feel slightly better today, but not back to 100% by any means. At least I was able to sleep last night. The first few nights were rough... very rough.

Luckily all Jonah really needed to be kept entertained was watching Molly. He was in love. Just look how excited he got when she walked by:



I attempted to get a pic of them together, but you can imagine how well that worked. Still, this one puts a smile on my face:



All the Molly excitement led to Jonah taking a 3 hour nap in the morning and almost two hours in the afternoon. Alesha was a little shocked. Jonah is more prone to cat naps. However, the best entertainment for a kid is a slightly older kid to watch.

For more from the day, click here.

New favorite picture.



It makes me laugh. The expression... *sigh* That's my goofy girl.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas!



Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 21, 2009

Frosty the Snowman



(Stole the pic from Bree)

Molly has a little board book that is basically the Frosty the Snowman song. She loves it. Well, a few days ago I put in the animated Frosty the Snowman tv special. Now she is OBSESSED with it. N let her watch it FOUR times yesterday. We put it on again last night when Logan and his parents came over for the Survivor finale. Hey, it let us eat in peace so....

Molly and I are actually watching it again right now. Usually we watch an episode of Sesame Street first thing in the morning as Molly wakes up slowly, but today Molly was practically yelling, "Frosty the Snowman" until I put it on. I wonder how's she's going to react to the fact that unlike daddy, mommy is only going to let her watch it ONCE. This should be an interesting day.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Sadie, Asher, and robot

Molly decided to hang out with Sadie. Sadie was NOT thrilled:



Sadie would like to let Molly know that she is in no way shape or form a freakin' PILLOW!!!



At this point Sadie is probably wondering if she can get away with casually stretching and booting Molly off her bed... the answer to that is NO Sadie...



This last week Auntie Amy and Asher were in town and we were able to get together a few times. Asher is mesmerized by the flurry of action that is Molly. He didn't care when mommy went out of site, but when Molly disappeared he started bawling. It was super cute. However, Molly refused to sit for any pictures so I don't have one of the two of them together, but here's Asher:



Lastly, my mom got Molly this stroller for her birthday. She also got Molly a baby doll to put in it, but Molly rarely uses the doll. She's more likely to put her oogly eye monster in there. Lately it's been all about her robot. She pats the robot over her shoulder like a baby and is very careful to secure robot in the stroller properly.





The rest of the pics can be found in the K - Oct, Nov, Dec 2009 gallery.

Too heavy...

Molly does this hilarious act when something is "too heavy". She uses this old smokers lady voice and says, "Too heavy" while carrying an object she has previously carried many times before without any issues. It's usually when she's bringing something to you and wants to get your attention. I am prompting her to say it in this video, but she does say it several times in the beginning.

A few pics.

Uploaded a handful more pics... here are some of my favs... click on any pic to be taken back to the gallery...






Monday, December 14, 2009

"Quiet Sadie!"

Just pulled into the vet's parking lot so Sadie started to get vocal.
Then Molly gave her the Shhhh and told her to be quiet.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Children's Discovery Museum - video

Children's Discovery Museum

Molly and I went to the Children's Discovery Museum on Thursday with Robert and his B-Ma Bev. Bev's nursing friend also joined us with her son Aiden. The kids had a blast. It was actually a little difficult at times to get them to leave the current exhibit they were enthralled with so they could check out others.

In a shocking turn of events Robert was drawn to the fire truck:



However, I think Molly's pose had a little more pizazz...



Then they were both obsessed with this ball floating exhibit:



BUT the water area reigned supreme once again. Robert had a blast shooting water over EVERYTHING:



Whereas Molly was obsessed with the part of the exhibit that launched balls into a swirling pool of water. Laughed every single time:



You can see the entire gallery here

Some recent pics...

I just uploaded some recent pics into the K - Oct, Nov, Dec 2009 gallery. I absolutely LOVE this one of N and Molly reading:



I also took a few pics of the kids at the Holiday Cookie Exchange my friend Corey arranged last weekend. This one of Grant and Leo is adorable:



It was a nice and relaxing afternoon and I scored some super yummy cookies:



One of my favorites is this one of Molly chillin' in my lap. She looks so relaxed.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Happy Birthday Logan and Julie!

Little Logan turns 2 today. Julie will be a few years older than that. Happy Birthday to both of you!

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Holiday Party



The Google Holiday Party was last Friday at San Francisco's City Hall building (which is absolutely stunning). Google had arranged for busses to take us from the campus in Mt. View to the event. This was really nice because we didn't have to deal with the long drive or parking. Plus, designated driver included. Not that we drank much, but still... one less thing to worry about. Molly spent the night with Granny and Grandpa Marsh and I met N at his office.

The theme of this particular event was the "Roaring 20's". Now Google folks tend to go all out when there's a theme so I immediately knew there was no way we were going to win any of the costume contests. I felt lazy and didn't want to attempt to hunt down something 20's specific so we were one of the few that just dressed nice and didn't follow the theme. I'd say about 75% of folks WERE dressed up. Some went all out and then some just made a nice outfit work with a few key accessories. I was wondering to myself if folks had 20's costumes already in their closet or if it really was something readily available in stores. Not two seconds after I said this to N did I see a silver copy of the black and gold dress I had been admiring. So apparently there IS stuff in stores! I also thought I spied an olive version as well later on, but lost it in the crowd.

Since the theme was the Roaring 20's there was a Speakeasy vibe about the place. There were multiple bars and then some casino tables. They had blackjack, a couple roulette wheels, and a few craps tables. We parked ourselves at one of the craps tables. I was on a roll when we had to get going to catch our shuttle back. They were going to give out prizes to the chip winners at the end of the night and since we didn't intend to stay that long I just handed my chips out to my end of the table so some folks could stay in the game a bit longer.

All in all it was a great evening and it was lovely to get out and mingle with other adults.

Click here for pictures taken at the holiday party.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

SF Zoo

Molly and I joined Jenn, Robert, Connor, and Bev at the San Francisco Zoo yesterday morning. I was a little nervous on the drive up as it was seriously foggy. The sides of the road quickly turned into walls of white and I could not see very far down the road in front of me. By the time I drove up the coast to the zoo I was able to see a slight sliver of hope in a small spot of blue sky poking through the white wall. Over the next half an hour it burned off and it turned into an absolutely gorgeous day.

Phew!

We started to make our way to the Family Farm and attempted to get some pictures of Robert and Molly together. It didn't work out so much, but I was able to get some cute shots of them individually.





At the Family Farm Molly was completely obsessed with this little red tractor and almost missed the last half of the animals.



After the kids got their fill petting all the animals we headed over to the playground so they could burn off some energy. They were both complete monkeys!





We grabbed some lunch and tried to fit a few more animals in before leaving. However, I knew it was time to call it a day when both kids ran around a tunnel screaming their heads off. Molly and I headed back to the car and she sucked down a bottle of milk in record time. Less than three minutes after she handed me back an empty bottle I could hear her snoring and she was OUT. She slept through the entire drive home and transfer from car to her bed. Excellent!



Full gallery from the day can be found here.

Pockets!

Molly has recently discovered her pockets. It's adorable. Yes, I cut off her head, but I had to be quick about it.



Once she realized the camera was out she immediately started to take her hands OUT of her pockets because she knows when I want a specific picture and refuses to cooperate. See?



Grandpa Marsh would also like to have it noted that this behavior started after they went on a walk and Molly copied him with HIS hands in HIS pockets.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Product Endorsement

N was kind enough to set up Molly's project table in the kitchen and I've slowly been stocking it with art supplies. However, one of her favorite activities is to move the crayons from one cup to the top shelf back to the cup again. In this process crayons were getting broken and it was getting hard to keep track of all the pieces. Then I discovered the BEST. PRODUCT. EVER.

Crayola TWISTABLE Crayons

Twist up the fun! Crayola Classic Twistables require no peeling or sharpening. When the tips get worn down, just twist them up and you're ready to keep on coloring. The clear plastic barrels keep them from breaking and make it easy to see how much color is left.

LOVE them!

swim class

I've mentioned before that Molly HATES the monkey walk in swim class. Today's class was no different... at first. The set up was to jump off the underwater bench thing and swim to the wall. Then the kids had to monkey walk down the wall to the step at the end and get a toy to play with. Well, the first two rounds were a battle. She screamed the ENTIRE monkey walk. After the second trip she picked up a little airplane toy. Well, on the third round I took the airplane toy from her and tossed it to the very end rather than holding it just out of reach. Apparently that was the magic trick as Molly screamed out, "I'LL GET IT!!!" and monkey walked ALL. BY. HERSELF. She did this three more times. I literally stood behind her and made sure she could get to the wall, tossed the toy to the end, and then it was all Molly. The last time she didn't even have a toy and just did the monkey walk without any prompting. The instructor was just as surprised as I was.

Play dates

I need to be careful when I tell Molly that she is going to see one of her friends. Especially when those plans change. The week before Thanksgiving we had an evening play date scheduled with Logan. Then the next morning we were going to get together with Robert and baby Connor. I told Molly that after nap time she would see Logan and then after she went nighty night she would see Robert and baby Connor. Well, when she woke up from her nap she said, "See Logan now. Robert Baby Connor sooooon." The next morning she woke up asking for Robert and baby Connor, but the play date had been pushed to the next day. Little chicky does not miss a thing. When I told her tomorrow she gave me a look that said, "I do not think that word means what you think it means" as I had told her tomorrow the day before too.

Since Jenn is home on maternity leave right now we have been trying to get the kids together as much as possible. It's a great way to tire them out! Yesterday Molly and I headed over there and we hit the park for a bit. Once again I forgot my camera, but Jenn took a few. I did take a couple pictures from a play date at Memorial Park with Robert a few weeks back. It is definitely MUCH easier to get pictures taken when both parents are there. One to make sure the kid doesn't fall and the other to get a shot all lined up.



The rest can be found in the K - Oct, Nov, Dec 2009 gallery.

I also love this one of Molly and N:


"That's my daddy... you got a problem with that?!?"

Molly's camera

Grandpa Hickson gave Molly some money to spend for her birthday so we picked up Fisher Price's Kid-Tough Digital Camera. Molly LOVES it! She has been obsessed with cameras ever since our trip to Kauai. She would pick up anything that even remotely resembled a rectangular object (lego, block, etc) and would hold it up and say, "Smile. Click!"

Adorable.

I'd say 99% of her pictures are either completely dark or so blurry you can't tell what she's taking a picture of, but she has managed to get a few good shots in. I uploaded the best of the bunch here.

The very first picture:



First one of daddy:



First one of mommy:

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Thanksgiving

We had a lovely Thanksgiving dinner at our house. N's dad Grant drove down that morning from Pioneer, CA and arrived around 11:00 am. I was still taking care of a few items in the kitchen so they hung out with Miss Molly. Then at 1:00 pm Molly went down for her nap. She babbled until about 1:20/1:30 and then all was quiet.

My parents, N's mom Lucille, Jim, and N's cousin Ali all arrived around 2:00 pm. We had some adult only conversation time and then sat down for dinner promptly at 3:00 pm. Molly was kind enough to sleep through the entire meal and clean up and woke up around 4:30 pm. Worked out perfectly.

The rest of the day was spent watching Miss Molly tear around and entertain everyone. Oh, and I think a football game was on. Carina, Chris, and Temperence stopped by just in time for dessert. I had just finished getting all the meat off the bird and was going to ask Lucille how to make soup when I stepped out of the kitchen to greet the new arrivals and heard a loud crash. Sadie took that moment to pull the turkey off the counter. Soup was out. PLUS little miss piggy had to get up on her back legs to grab the bird and that meant up on her BAD leg. She spent the rest of the day in her kennel thinking hard about what she had done.... well, sleeping.

Everyone took off just as we were putting Molly down for the night. The kitchen was clean. The dishwasher was running. Leftovers had been sufficiently pawned off.

All in all it was a great day.

iPhone pics

I just uploaded some of the recent pics taken on my iPhone. This one was my favorite:



Molly loves to ride around on daddy's shoulders.

Potty Training

Since it's a long weekend I decided to try the next step in potty training. After Molly's diaper toss incidents I figured she was ready to take the plunge. Pull-ups have been a no go for us as she freaks out at the very sight of them. Full on kicking and screaming. I'm not sure what her issue is, but it has been this way since the very first time I tried them. If I do successfully get them on her she will immediately take them off. So, I went out and got Molly some Elmo undies and decided to just go for it and take off the diaper. I figure long weekend, N's home, no plans... we can do this.

Not so much.

After two outfit changes in 30 minutes and a quick google search I decided to do the bare bottom technique for the rest of the day. We got Molly to go ONCE in her potty. Once. The rest of the day was spent watching her like a hawk and she still managed to pee everywhere but the potty. A few times she would walk into the next room or around the coffee table to sort of hide it. Then we'd be staring right at her and realize she was going. By the time we got her on the potty (in the same room as us) she was done.

Yesterday was a looong day.

We put her in a diaper for nap time and it was full by the time she woke up. Then we put her back in a diaper just before bed time so we could do story time snuggled next to each other on the couch.

After reading a million more sites last night I think she's just not ready. She has 90% of the "ready" checklist, but the main one she's missing is communicating when she has to go... or even when she's gone. Plus, if yesterday is any indication, she's not really holding it for long stretches, but rather going many times with little amounts. I could have sworn her diaper had been dry for a long stretch, but maybe there really was just a little amount in there and I couldn't tell.

So, rather than force her into something she's not ready for, we're back in diapers and trying to introduce the potty as much as we can. I will probably do some more bare butt time when we're home and I can watch her to help her realize when she's going and to hopefully work on the communication part more. Plus it does help with the diaper rash. She tends to wake up with a poopy diaper and that always leads to bad diaper rash for a few days so some air time will definitely help on that front.

The up side was she LOVED her panties and wanted to pick out which pair to wear so hopefully that will be an easy transition when she's ready.

N got up with her this morning and Molly all of a sudden looked really embarrassed and whispered to him that she had a dirty diaper. So that's something. Of course right as we're leaving and I'm putting on my shoes she walks up to me and I smell the poopy diaper and ask her about it and she looks me straight in the eye and says, "No poop."

It's a work in progress.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

That's my tech savvy girl!

Our morning routine usually consists of waking up slowly snuggled on the couch watching Sesame Street. Molly has her snack cup with cereal and a sippy cup. Once I'm a bit more awake I'll hop online and check my mail.

Well, this morning I'm a few steps behind as I needed to feed the cats their morning scoop and feed the fishies. I walk into the living room and Molly is standing by the coffee table, remote in hand. She is actually putting it back down as she successfully turned on the tv and the channel it was left on was the Disney channel.

Yup, little one now knows how to turn on the tv with our universal remote.

Hrm, so if I can get her potty trained think she can get herself up in the morning? I'll leave the snack and sippy cups on the coffee table for her. ;-)

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Hugs

Play date with Logan.

So delicious...

Monday was day two of no naps. I am happy to report she slept for a good three and half hours yesterday while I was in Mill Valley with Sadie to get her staples out. Sadie is healing nicely.

Anyway, Molly and I had a nice two and a half hour battle over nap time. To be fair I was checking in on her every 10-15 minutes to make sure she didn't tear off her diaper again. She did. To pee in the corner of her crib. *sigh* Is kennel training an option?

At one point during the battle I came in and she immediately perked up and said, "Buh-bee?" I told her to wait in her bed and I would go get it. I just made her a small one as I didn't want another incident. She laid down as soon as I came in with her bottle and reached for it while saying, "In my mouth. Put it in my mouth." Two seconds later she had sucked the thing down and as she's handing it back to me she says, "Yummy. So delicious."

Yep, deeee-licious!

I'm pretty sure she got that from Granny Marsh as I seem to recall her saying the same thing when Molly "feeds" her (both real food and imaginary).

It *almost* made up for the pee incident.

Almost.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Slide Game



I love this game. She goes down the slide. Then she turns around and walks *up* the slide. Nice and exhausting.

Monday, November 16, 2009

It's time to potty train.

Yesterday Molly not only skipped her nap, but also took off her pants and diaper and threw them outside of her crib. N was the lucky one that was home to deal with this. Lucky in that he only had to deal with a pee diaper. This morning I was not so lucky. Molly woke up and I was in her room within 5 minutes of her first babble. I'm still half asleep and about three steps in when I realize I'm looking at a naked Molly butt. I freeze and look down and see her pants and diaper. She also tore off her socks... dark socks. So I took a minute to figure out which piles were socks and which were... well, you get the idea. I first clean up everything on the floor as Molly watches and laughs. Then I pick her up (carefully) and put her in the tub for a bath. Once she's clean and dressed I strip her bed. Luckily the mess was confined to her sheets as I didn't come across anything on her crib. I still cleaned it just to make sure. Then I hopped in the shower. Even though I didn't get anything on me, I still felt quite dirty after the whole ordeal.

So yeah, apparently it's time to get going on this potty training thing.

When we first got Molly her potty she was very interested. She used it several times and even asked to be put on without any prompting. Then she started to not like it so much. This progressed into screams and protests at the mere mention of her potty. I wasn't going to pin a screaming crying kid onto a potty as I did not want her to hate the thing so I let it go. We had our Kauai trip coming up and I figured it was easier to just deal with potty training thing when we got back.

Then Sadie had her surgery coming up and I put off potty training again since I knew having a suitcase dog was going to be a chore in itself. (Suitcase dog = harness with handle on top so you can lift her as steps are initially a no go)

However, tossing diapers on the floor is a clear indication it's time. I have already tried to get her to use her potty several times today. Molly has refused. A very polite refusal as I heard, "No thank you. You're welcome." (Molly says both, it's a work in progress) I think my next step is to go get some underwear and just hunker down for a few days until she figures it out.

Luckily Sadie gets her staples out tomorrow so she will no longer be cone head dog. She's still suitcase dog, but can now at least get down the steps in front and back to go to the bathroom. We still need to lift her in and out of the car though and walks are very limited.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Baby Temperence



Yesterday Molly and I spent the day with baby Temperence while her mom and dad moved. Molly was a little jealous while N was still here in the morning and wanted him to hold her like I was holding Temperence, but she quickly got over that. I think my favorite part of the day was when I was getting situated on the couch to feed Temperence and apparently I was taking too long because she started to cry. Molly came over and said, "No cry baby. No cry. Buh-bee (bottle) soon. Soooooon."

Molly also ran and got her pacifier when she started to fuss before nap time and very gently put it in. I think I might have stressed the word "gentle" around babies a little too much because Molly pretty much repeats that word whenever she sees a baby anywhere... even on tv. Heh... better safe than sorry.

Another adorable moment was when Molly gave Temperence a kiss on the cheek. Molly doesn't really pucker up for kisses. They are more of an open mouth smack and Temperence definitely had a "what the hell?" look after Molly laid one on her. I wish I had that on video. It was adorable.

Molly just walked up to me while patting her baby doll and saying, "Baby. Baby Temperence. Good baby." She does this for a few days after seeing a baby. It was Connor for a while, but now it will be Temperence. At least this time she was patting her baby doll. She has done the same thing while gently cradling a Croc shoe.

Recent picture upload can be found here.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Little Miss Bossy



These days Molly has an opinion on everything. From what to wear to where to sit... well, where mommy and daddy should sit. N and I don't mind being bossed around because Molly usually turns it into a game. She turns EVERYTHING into a game. It really is quite endearing. However, yesterday she tried to boss around two older kids at the park. The 4 year old boy did what she said, but the 3 year old girl did her own thing. I thought that was pretty funny.

Molly isn't rude about her bossy behavior, but rather just wants you to know she has an opinion on the matter... a strong opinion. My mom was putting her down at our house Halloween night and Molly was very happy and chatty. Then it came time to put her pajamas on and she looked my mom straight in the eye and said, "No monkeys." She was very calm while stating this fact, but there was no question about whether or not she would put on the pjs. So the monkey pjs went back in the drawer and Molly wore another pair. Then she wore those same monkey pajamas a few nights later. She is wanting to be involved more and more when I get her dressed in the mornings. I am giving her two choices for pants and two for tops, an either/or situation. I think if left to her own devices she would just run around naked. Not a problem in the summer, but it is chilly these days (chilly for CA that is) and she needs to wear something.

Molly is still LOVING her swim classes. Well, everything except the dreaded monkey walk. The one thing all the other kids that hate water don't seem to mind she find torturous. It's hilarious because she will make a fuss the entire way. Then she will stand on the ledge at the end, with her hands in fists at her side, and scream at me for a good 5 seconds to let me know she is *not* happy. Then she's all smiles and jumping back into the water again. She's getting really great at diving in (from a sitting position on the wall) and turning herself around and grabbing the wall again. I pretty much just stand there and watch her. Every 3 or 4 times I might help lead her hands to the wall, but for the most part it's all her. Plus she insists on pulling herself out of the pool each and every time so she's really tired by the end of class. (Yes!)

N went to class with her this week and they have this underwater bench thing with hand rails. They were having the kids put their faces in the water to grab rings. It really was just an exercise to get kids used to putting their faces in the water. Well, Molly thought that was completely ridiculous and used her foot to pick up the ring. She held on to one of the hand rails for balance while she brought her foot up out of the water so she could grab the ring with her free hand. It's not that she has a problem with putting her face in the water, it's more that she thought that was just a dumb way to pick up the rings.

I think my favorite thing right now is story time. This doesn't just happen at night before bed, but really any time Molly wants to snuggle down and read. Some times she will hold the book next to me and turn the pages herself. Other times she crawls into my lap and leans back and has me hold the book in a hug around her. Sometimes we read the story, but other times Molly will sit there and point out everything on the page. "And" is turning into a game that we can play anywhere. Molly will point at something and say it's name and then will say "and" in a very drawn out manner until she spies the next thing. It's definitely her version of "I Spy" and it's adorable. I am constantly amazed at how patient and observant she is. She takes in *everything*.

Another talent she's developed is singing along to songs. Lately she's been obsessed with "Honey, Honey" from the Mamma Mia! soundtrack. The first song I caught her singing along to with accuracy was in Kauai. Bob Marley came on and then I heard a little "No woman, no cry" from the backseat. I think I might need to edit some of my playlists before she starts understanding the lyrics. Now it's definitely more mellow songs that she can repeat, but it's only a matter of time before she repeats some of the faster songs.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

"No pasta. Carrots."

That was the dinner request I just received. Plus her standby of kidney beans and peas. I guess this makes up for the second breakfast of Pirate's Booty (or booty booty as Molly likes to call it) she conned N into.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Our little mermaid

Molly showed off her swim skills for daddy.