Ma-Ma, why do you keep taking pictures of me?
One of Baby Girl's favorite pastimes: pulling out the books on these shelves. It happens all day long so I don't always pick them right back up. It has been customary to walk around or over the books when going through this room.
More of the legwarmers. I wish they made Baby Gap clothes big enough for me. I also wish I had the sweater to match these legwarmers. I was going to post this picture on my other blog and decided to share here too. Did you know I had another blog?
I just looked and I am so glad they no longer have this in Baby Girl's size (or my size). Glad so I don't have to buy it. It is cold enough here to wear a full sweater suit. I can't say I have ever done that.
I loaded up my Gap cart with these two items because they are on sale for $9.99 and I can't decide which I like better. Sometimes I fill my Gap cart and never check out. Just one of the many ways I like to waste time and be unproductive during B.G's nap time. They are supposed to go with the legwarmers, but I just don't know. BabyGap did not pay me for all this advertising. I could only be so lucky. If they ever do pay me, don't believe a word I say. I would say about anything if they paid me. :-)
Back to the tippy-toes that I love:
While we are here I want to mention the two books already on the floor. The one with Cookie Monster is her favorite. It was well worth the $1 Santa spent at Target. She brings it to me all day and fusses to sit in my lap. I am running out of things I can point out and say about it. She loves it, though. I like the way she gasps for air like it is so surprising and new every day. The other upside down book is tearing on the back even though it is a board book. You might be able to tell. It came to us that way. It was her Christmas gift from her grandparents and was so obviously used. And that is all I will say about that.
It does lead me to finally explain my posting of November 12th. Sorry to keep you hanging for over 2 months. If you look closely you can see "Kmart 1995" and maybe some of the stains on the bottom of this little stuffed lamb. It was Baby Girl's first birthday present from her Grandparents. They met her for the first time around her first birthday and that was what they gave her. In case you are wondering what my Hubby thinks of his parents' gift, you will be happy to know he drop-kicked it across the room.
8 months ago