This baby girl at 6 months. Rice cereal and purees are boring. Whole foods or anything you're eating is amazing! Bottles are evil. Sippy cups are fun to chew. Basically, mom and dad aren't going anywhere without me. Luckily, they think I'm cute! Established traveler, racking up frequent flier miles. Any wrapper that is shiny and crunchy is cool. Hair is awesome. I have none, so I will pull yours. Favorite toys - Piglet toothbrush, snack wrappers, light up bear.
As much as I'm sad she is no longer a newborn, this might be the cutest age. Give me all the little rolls and thunder thighs and the smiles and baby giggles are the best! Tess crosses her ankles and uses her legs as a pendulum to roll over and is constantly moving from one side of the room to the other. She also enjoys putting everything into her mouth. So fun when there are hockey figures and Ninja Turtles all over the floor. Daddy gives the best baths with music and tries every day to feed her in the tub, where she is relaxed and happy. She is very strong-willed and knows exactly what she wants. I can hardly wait for ages 3-the rest of her life! We are in for it. Thank you to my helpers, Mary and Fran, who entertained Tess and kept rolling her back into position as she rolled away from me. Oversharing my favorite faces and features of our sweet baby girl at age 6 months below!
I have been totally obsessing over film images for about a year now. My insta feed is full of beautiful images shot on film versus digital. I always wanted to take photography courses in school but never had time in my schedule as I was taking drawing, painting and other AP classes, trying to decide if I wanted to pursue a creative or business career. I finally bit the bullet and purchased a film camera. The last time we were in Orlando, we took a day trip to Daytona Beach and I brought my Pentax along. So, this is very first attempt at film photography...I have to say, it took me a while to shoot this first roll. I was totally intimated by even loading film into the camera. Thank you, youtube! I think I checked the back of the camera after every shot, even though there is nothing to see! That scary first roll is done and I'm excited to experiment more with this new media!