Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Life As My Phone Sees It 7/26/12 - 8/7/12

Friday, 7/27 - Rocking Charlie to sleep. There is nothing in this world I love more than holding his hand in mine, especially when he is sleeping.
First pic: Also taken 7/27, while watching the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremonies on TV that night. I love the Olympics! And it was a pretty neat Opening Ceremonies. Wish I could have actually been there to see it all. Let the games begin!
Second pic: 7/30 - Went outside to soak up some Vitamin D while Charlie was napping. Does anyone else's feet swell up like tomatoes when they get hot? Also, I was so glad that I wasn't where T was that day (at Scout Camp where it was pouring rain!).
7/31 - Charlie had his 9 month checkup at the doctor. Here's my view looking down. We had seen the nurse who took some blood from his big toe and we were waiting for the doctor. He was in his diaper and shoes so he wouldn't pull the band-aid off his toe. :)
8/6 - My child loves to watch Jeopardy just as much as I do! He didn't move from that spot for at least 5 minutes.
8/7 - Played outside on the lawn in a little blowup pool today. So nice to get some sun and get ready for the beach in a couple weeks!! I gave him a little baby Mohawk in his hair. Gotta love it! :)
Getting ready for some fun vacations coming up, so I'm going to be busy busy! Also, I'm participating in the August Photo-a-day challenge, so I'll post all of those Instagram pictures at the end of the month! :)


  1. Out of curiosity: what happens at the 9 month checkup? I just realized there aren't usually any shots after 6 months until 1 year, but we already scheduled a 9 month appt with the doctor. What goes on instead of shots?

    1. Well, Charlie did get one shot that he couldn't get at his 6 month appointment (don't remember why). They also pricked his toe to take some blood to test for iron levels (it didn't phase him). They also just want to see him to take measurements and make sure he's developing well. That's all, I think. I'm sure you could skip it if you want to save money ;)