#sisters #holdinghands #thatbelly!
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
These types of moments are so innocent and sweet. Evie is an amazing big sister that is always looking out for Nora. Some may say she has a bit of "mom" in her and a wee bit overprotective. However, I'd say it's pure love. And Nora...well she absolutely adores her big sister and always in her shadow.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Thursday, February 19, 2015
The sickness bug is going around our house. Now it's unfortunately Nora's turn. However, when she's sick she's still a happy camper and loves to give out free snuggles, which is rare lately since she's so busy playing.
Monday, February 16, 2015
Evie has been batteling some type of upper respiratory virus and it was kicking her butt this morning so I stayed home with her. That little lady rarely gets sick so she's not really digging feeling under the weather. This is her first bug throughout this nasty winter.
Monday, February 9, 2015
Love everything about this picture. Evie is such a patient big sister; however, it can be hard when the "Nora Invasion" is always barreling her way.
I know there will be more sibling fighting in our future, but for now I will enjoy these moments.
#preciousmoments #sisters #proudmommy
Sunday, February 8, 2015
This little babes is getting more and more adorable each passing day.
Her giggle is to die for and her toothy smile is just as stinken cute. She's now intentionally trying to say more words. Her current vocab includes: nom-nom for food (shocker, I know) mam for mom, dada, and dog-dog for Stanley. She's also loves to say, "Yaaaaaaay," while clapping her hands.
This kid will also fall flat on her face and not make a peep. She's known to scale chairs, toys, and anything else in her path. This little lady will definitely give me a heart attack at some point.
She's squeezable, kissable, and our little Nora-Bora. How the heck is she one already?!?
Friday, February 6, 2015
With Nora's constant ear infections and teething, she's been waking every 2-3 hours, which ranges from 3-4 times a night. Ouch! Good thing she's cute.
So needless to say I think the 3 year old understands how sleep deprived her mom and dad are and takes full advantage of it....and our king bed.