Jonah has no need for crawling these days. That was so 2010.
I like this next picture because you can see the Aquaphor/Polysporin prints on the dresser. This is what everything in our house looks like, including our clothes. :)
Blurry, but too cute to resist. Having a child that walks and moves toward the camera very quickly has made photo taking much more challenging than I imagined.
We have a had a good day getting things done around the house. Well, laundry mainly. We had such a tower of dirty clothes balancing on top of the laundry bin that last night, I put my shirt on top and they ALL fell into a heap on the floor. I yelled "JENGA!" as they fell. I wish I was kidding. I ran some errands this afternoon, while Jonah and Daddy played outside and did laundry. Jonah hasn't felt great today. He's still throwing up the majority of his meals, and he was running a low-grade fever for part of the day. He definitely seemed like he felt worse today, so no church for us tomorrow. Bummed, but I know how I feel when there's a snotty kid in the nursery. I don't want to get the other kiddos sick.
Her diapers are so adorable and she finds the cutest fabrics. These are her All-In-Ones, and she's modified them to be "EB Safe". She made several modifications for Jonah, the main one being that she loosened the elastic so it wouldn't be tight on his legs. She's such a good (and super talented!) friend. Texas, you are very lucky but should you decide you don't want her, feel free to send her back this way. Preferably with buckets of chocolate. And Cheetos. Thank you.
Aren't they so cute?
My kid's gonna have the cutest patootie this side of the Mississippi. I love me a cute cloth diaper butt. (Oh, Jude, I miss you!)
(This post was interrupted by Jonah waking up, puking all over himself while lying down, and choking on lots of mucus. I've completely lost my train of thought. Things are okay, but prayers for Jonah would be appreciated. Poor thing.)