What a whirlwind! We have been running around like crazy people for the last few weeks – with no real end in sight… I am getting all four of my vampire teeth, so I have NOT been my usual cheerful, sunny self; instead, my screeching crankiness has acted as birth control not only for Aunt Maya and Uncle Matt, but also for Mommy’s friend who called while I was mid-meltdown and couldn’t hear her over my shrieking. Mommy is pushing the Camilia drops, and waiting for the day when my teeth are firmly in and my tantrums abate.
Sunday was another *gorgeous* day, and we spent the afternoon at Union Square park playground.
Mommy wanted to get a picture of me and Cole together – something about us looking extra adorable in our matching t-shirts – but I was impatient to go down the slide, and NOT cooperating.
We were better at posing individually.
Baby in a tube.
TWO babies in a tube!
We had a munchkin break. Thanks for the snacks, Aunt Debbie!
We met up with Victor and Liss and Francis and Emily for dinner at Republic. YUM.
Monday, therefore Aardvarks.
Teething tantrum in the middle of the Apple store while Mommy was waiting for her phone to be fixed.
Cole, on the other hand, was waiting patiently.
Tuesday was a completely lazy morning. I took out ALL the Legos.
Cole just relaxed.
Cole helped Aunt Maya peel potatoes.
I had tantrums and hung out in the swing for a while.
Cole also helped Coach pound the chicken. There are no pictures of our completed dinner because I threw a FIT, and we had to eat and run.
On Wednesday morning, Mommy and I went for a walk while Cole was in school. Mommy did most of the actual walking.
I had fun hitching along, though.
Mommy went out without us on Wednesday night, and Daddy *claimed* that I was being impossible, but this is what Mommy found when she came home; do I look impossible to you?
Our friends went on vacation and brought Cole and I souvenirs. I *love* my hat.
On Thursday, we went to the Bronx Zoo.
Cole was super excited for the 4D movie, and he dragged Uncle Matt and Aunt Maya in with him.
I slept through almost the ENTIRE zoo day – good thing we’re members and will go back soon!
The sea lions were totally posing.
Uncle Matt and Aunt Maya made a new rhino friend.
Cole wasn’t feeling well on Friday morning, so we stayed home so he could rest a bit.
Uncle Matt spent our whole day at the zoo looking for the special Coke machine, and when he found it, it was closed… We went to Five Guys for dinner on Friday, and found one there!
This weekend was the Spring Crafts Fair at Lyndhurst – Mommy’s favorite! There was a “musical petting zoo,” and Cole put on an impromptu concert.
I hitched a ride in the rainbow carrier.
Tech time with Daddy!