The body is an amazing thing. Overnight it can create human glue to clamp an eye shut and then secrete more of the stuff throughout the day.
So what do you do when your daughter has pink eye (and you can't take her to the gym)?
Today I'm making granola for Amy, the lucky giveaway winner.
I also had to make some for myself, because how could I not?
If you want to make some too, the recipe is here.
And yesterday I posted this bassinet on Craigslist.
We had alot of good memories in the days of the G.A. and it was fun to be reunited again last weekend with my salsa aficionado friend Alyssa, plus Sam, Mia and Eli, who were still glimmers in her eye when I knew her.
And this little Eli was the cutest little guest we've had here. I wanted to kiss his buttery soft skin everytime I saw him.
From the 80's to Now
So I think I am almost done with this dining room table project (phew!). It has been an all-consuming thing, as dining room table projects are because the dining room table is the nucleus of our house activity in many ways (laundry piles, dinners, art projects, etc., etc., etc.).
We got some happy mail today in the form of a package from Grandma Scrimsher. Inside (among other things): some fairy hair glitter.
I had to pry it out of Lucy's hands before I put her down in her crib for her nap today. She loves it. She has a little in her hair and then the most, well, yes, you can see: on her cheeks.
Then yesterday Finn concocted this giant tower around Miles. If you look closely, you can see a little wide-eyed baby under the laundry basket.