Well, leave it to Moonbeam to be the first in the family to need a cast. She and the dog collided in the driveway and the dog won. She did not have a broken bone, but injured the growth plate in her wrist. She wore this green cast two weeks and is now in a splint. She’s much more comfortable now since she is able to take it off to sleep. This has not stopped her from picking up Max and loving on him at every moment.
Max doesn’t get much tummy time in this house. When he does, everyone flocks to his side to entertain him on the ground. Max received this beautiful handmade Shamrock quilt from my parent’s neighbor. He really loves trying to focus on the contrasting squares.
Even Sam is interested.. from afar.. at all the excitement surrounding this quilt!
Our Son turned into a teenager this month! He is about to pass me up and you should hear his deep voice! I had great ambitions to wake up and make him homemade cinnamon rolls. I skimmed the recipe from the Pioneer Woman’s cookbook the night before and couldn’t wait to offer them to him when he woke up. I was prepared for the hour the dough needed to rise, but not allllll the other steps to get to the finished product. Well, with Max in my arms rather frequently, along with gift opening, and a trip to see Monster’s University, I served him his “breakfast” treat! No one complained even though it was 4:30!
I think my camera roll on my phone has over 1000 pictures of Max, taken by any one of us at any given moment. I was thumbing through and found this one that was taken after praying the Rosary. I just love babies in hats!
Look who is starting to notice us!