A Pea in the Pod pajamas and I have already talked to two people this morning who are much more mobile than us. The man at Wells Fargo Investments who sounded really on top of his game and awake as he rattled off investment information and my friend who was already packing and getting on the road for a little getaway. Even before that I got a text from my Mom who was on the ferry on her way to work. That one probably came in before we even woke up all the way.
It is hard to believe how quickly time has gone by and how much of my day I spend with my baby just looking at him, talking to him and loving every minute with him. Only at the end of each day how do you explain to anyone what you got accomplished that day? My husband comes home each evening and asks us how our day was and what we did. Usually my mind races and I think. I loved my baby today. That is about it and I am pretty content with that.
(This picture is one I took by accident when my husband was showing me how to use his way too complicated digital SLR camera. I like how it just captured a typical moment since our baby has arrived. Oh and that clock on the nightstand. I hardly look at it anymore. Except to time how long my baby is eating).