As if it's not obvious, my days are full lately. Yes, we have a lot going on, but most importantly I've got two pretty cute kiddos that fill my days. A lot of these are pictures I have marked to use for Project 365, but the jury's still out on how I'm going to do that this year. So today I wanted to go ahead and share some of my favorites of these two little characters.
Manny is just dying to play with Maeva, or for her to crawl and move around I think. But then again maybe not? She's a lot easier target when she's sitting still. One day I stepped out of his room to take something to Maeva's room. I just so happened to overhear him say, "Let's play Batman Bebe Sawyer." (For those that might not know, he has always called her Bebe Sawyer. My parents have a dog named Sawyer that he loves, and for some reason he thought she should be Bebe Sawyer. Go figure.)
Manny is obsessed with wearing my heels lately, and is frighteningly good at walking in them. I couldn't stop laughing when I walked in the living room from the kitchen the other night to see this. And yes, MB is just chilling. She had a bit of a diaper rash so I thought I'd let her hang out like this for a while.
He's quite the pro at bossing her around. They both love this toy microphone, and he will sing to her in it, then occasionally she'll be lucky enough to get a turn. But he mostly just shouts "Sing Bebe Sawyer!" the whole time.
Manny always has his doctor's bag ready to go and likes to make sure MB is in good health. I have a series of pictures of him giving her a check up that are hilarious. Patrick wants me to frame them for his clinic, so I'm going to try to do something along those lines. Just wish they weren't with my phone! I need to be better at getting my big camera out.
When Manny is present for a diaper change, things go one of two ways. Either they play and smile and giggle, or MB decides she's tired of being smothered and covers her face with her hands. To which Manny starts shouting, "Stoppa pushin' me Beeb Sawyer!! Momma, tell Beeb Sawyer no pushin'!" A glimpse into my future, I suppose. :)