InstaFriday 5.25.12

life rearranged

InstaFriday is a way to remember all of the little moments that make up our week through pictures taken on my phone.

It's all about the little moments, right?

Last weekend we got to spend time with my Grandma Wilber. It's so wonderful that Cora gets to have time with her and my Grandma absolutely adores her. The more love the better!


We spent a lot of time with the grandparents just hanging out. 
It was a pretty relaxing weekend, full of firsts for Cora, she got her first haircut and her first tooth in the same day. She began sitting for really long periods of time on her own, and she totally hates being on her back most of the time now.  



Cora got cozy with the animals in her life. Lucy, the Gregson's dog, was super interested in licking her toes and being as close to Cora as possible. Olive, our cat, snuggled herself up right next to Cora during her morning nap in our bed. Either the cat has a death wish or she's super starved for attention, because she was willing to settle for some not-so-gentle pets from Cora when she woke up. Olive did surprisingly well though. I'm excited to see how they interact when she gets older and more mobile.

And look at these baby legs. They're so squeezable, and oh, do they get squeezed!

There will likely be a picture of my child sleeping every week. Sometimes it's such a triumph that it needs to be documented. 

I made Oatmeal Raisin cookies this week. This is only the second time I've baked since Cora was born. Tragic! The cookies were delicious though. Although only half of the dough made it to the oven. I explained to Cora the dangers of eating raw cookie dough while shoveling some into my mouth. What's a little salmonella between friends?  Cora made for some great baking company though.



Teething means lots of drool, and gnawing on everything. We're still working on that biting while nursing portion of the show. Ouch. 

And Cora started solid foods this week! I had been wanting to wait until she was at least 6 months and we were around for a weekend, but the readiness signs were undeniable. The babycook is fabulous, and we mixed up some sweet potatoes with my breast milk. She was a huge fan. Next food? Avocado.

We're heading to Santa Cruz today to go our church's All Church Conference. We've been at First Pres for 10 years now and this will be our first time at Mt. Hermon for ACC. I'm pretty excited!

And that's our week in pictures! Happy Friday!

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