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Thursday, October 28, 2010

naptime

I love it when babies sleep with their little bottoms up in the air - so sweet! This is how Micah napped yesterday. Today he's currently sleeping cuddled with his valentines puppy he got from Grandma and Grandpa. Since Abby sleeps with a stuffed animal, Micah has started sleeping with one as well (in addition to his blankie most days.)

Today we are having a low key, house cleaning day. I'm working on getting chores done around the house (like folding and putting away the million loads of laundry I've done over the past week.) Micah isn't too helpful in that process as he likes to take things out of the basket or out of the piles of folded clothes so that they aren't folded any longer. He laughs and giggles and runs away while doing it so you can't get too upset since he's so cute while being so much trouble!

This afternoon after Beau (hopefully) convinces the printer that there is not in fact a paper jam and that it is okay to print what I ask it to print. I'm going to work on the final piece of the kids halloween costumes. I'm excited to share them with ya'll! Abby's been asking for days if this last piece to finish is done yet so she can wear it. Not too much longer little darling - she'll get to wear it tomorrow to preschool for their Halloween parade and party.

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3 comments :

Christine said...

Audrey does the same thing with the laundry. Sometimes I can get her to at least put it back in the pile where she found it.

Usually she picks it up, announces whose it is, and then throws it on the floor.

Kim said...

I always loved babies sleeping like that -- sooo cute!

Christine said...

Audrey does the same thing with the laundry. Sometimes I can get her to at least put it back in the pile where she found it.

Usually she picks it up, announces whose it is, and then throws it on the floor.