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Friday, February 15, 2013

At Jack's first daycare, I hung in a Mom Posse. 

There is nothing to bond you together like new motherhood, mmmkay?  And we banded together, like whoa.  At some point once we realized we all liked each other and our babies, we started planning "theme days" at daycare.  Plaid shirt day.  Team day.  Dress up day.

And of course, there were parties.  Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day.

We would descend on daycare on our lunch breaks, catch up, hold our babies, and take pictures like tourists at Stonehenge.

It was awesome.  I was adjusting to being a working mom of a baby and filled with joy.  And, of course, I couldn't imagine Jack being any bigger than he was at just that moment.

I think this was Dress Up Day, if I remember correctly.

Flash forward to yesterday and the Valentine's Day party at Jack's (new) school, which we both love and adore.  No posses yet, but never say never.  I may not have given up the life.

And I'm still there, taking pictures like, "Look kids!  It's Big Ben!"

Note:  Quite a feast.  It was demolished.



And Jack is clearly going on 3, going on 15.  And I'm still a little disheveled and filled with joy.

Hope you are filled with joy (and cupcakes) today.

Talk soon,
Heather

3 comments:

  1. He is getting more handsome all the time....but dadgummit if he was not the cutest little baby ever! (I am just a smidgen biased and admit that freely)

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  2. Dying over baby Jack and those cute little legs!! It really is a cuteness toss up between his baby picture and current-day picture. Also, I kind of wish I had a mom posse (other than my virtual one, of course).

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  3. That dude can eat! And omg he was so little! I loved all your theme days. We never had those. Boo.

    And his hair? So awesome it looks like a toupee.

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Friday, February 15, 2013

posses

At Jack's first daycare, I hung in a Mom Posse. 

There is nothing to bond you together like new motherhood, mmmkay?  And we banded together, like whoa.  At some point once we realized we all liked each other and our babies, we started planning "theme days" at daycare.  Plaid shirt day.  Team day.  Dress up day.

And of course, there were parties.  Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day.

We would descend on daycare on our lunch breaks, catch up, hold our babies, and take pictures like tourists at Stonehenge.

It was awesome.  I was adjusting to being a working mom of a baby and filled with joy.  And, of course, I couldn't imagine Jack being any bigger than he was at just that moment.

I think this was Dress Up Day, if I remember correctly.

Flash forward to yesterday and the Valentine's Day party at Jack's (new) school, which we both love and adore.  No posses yet, but never say never.  I may not have given up the life.

And I'm still there, taking pictures like, "Look kids!  It's Big Ben!"

Note:  Quite a feast.  It was demolished.



And Jack is clearly going on 3, going on 15.  And I'm still a little disheveled and filled with joy.

Hope you are filled with joy (and cupcakes) today.

Talk soon,
Heather

 
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