Crickets

Sorry it's been so quiet around here lately.  I've had a sick boy, a teething baby, and something big in the works.  

Bent is better now, but Baby is still teething - which means lots of sleepless nights for me.  It's ok though, because during those quiet moments in the stillness of the night, I've had so much time for thinking.  
Thinking about where I am in my life, what I contribute to our family, what I contribute to the community, and what I contribute to the world.  Then, what I should and could be contributing.  
I've been caught by an idea - one that I can't shake.  It's something I've been toying with for months, but never really had the gumption to dive in and start.  How fitting that it has begun to bloom in the Spring.  I'm very excited about it, and though I can't really say much more right now, I will keep you posted.  
I will continue to blog - I love it too much, but I will also be working on my new project.  

Month 5

This month flew by!  You've found your feet and simply must put them in your mouth at all times.  You love to suck on your big toe.  
You are the happiest, most adorable baby every, but sometimes you make this expression where you remind me of John Candy, as evidenced in the picture directly below.  
You love jumping in your jumper, and when placed on your back you constantly roll to your belly any chance you get.
All month long, we started giving you tastes of fruits.  You love melons and apples, but make a sour face when we let you suck on an orange.  
By the end of the month, you'd tried your first taste of baby food (peas) and you really seemed to like them. 

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