Sunday, March 29, 2009

Smiles, Skates, Games, Books, Dots, Parks

Bee loves her cloth books! She will play with them for a long time!!! This red one is her favorite!

This is a fun book! It has mirrors on the pages and it very fitting for Bee!
The last round of naked pictures were taken with a low quality setting on our camera. I didn't realize I had changed it. So, Cory wanted me to take some more! Bee didn't mind at all!

Bee in a polka dot onesie that her Mimi gave her!

It's good that all she needs is Love because that is what we have for her!
Daddy Cory has been working hard in his studio this past week! He turned out living room into a green screen studio for his work. I learned that proper lighting is the most important thing about green screening. If we have time today we are going to play with Bee in the screen screen room.
This was not green screened. Bee is actually in Prospect Park. We found a hill that we really like and we named it "The Bee Hill." We are excited that the weather keeps getting warmer!

Cute picture of a father and daughter! It is really fun now that Bee doesn't freeze up when she sees the camera. I didn't think taking pictures of her could get even funner!
Bee has a quick snack after her bath!
Baby Bee in the daddy pack.
On our walk yesterday we found a vintage pair of roller skates in just my size! They even had a package of new skating laces in the package. Cory laced and oiled them and I was off! We had fun reminiscing of good old Roller Town in Visalia!
Uncle Nathan has a mohawk so Bee wanted one too! I made up a game called the "crane game." This one doesn't take quarters.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Green Day followed by Naked Day

Last Sunday after church we watched the Brooklyn St. Patricks Day Parade. It was the best Parade because we got to walk against the parade (seeing it in fast motion) and it was on our walk home! In Manhattan when you watch a parade you can barely see the parade much less walk the sidewalks!

Some of our church friends!
Lots of Bagpipes!
Not sure what is happening here. Poor little girls.
I noticed a lot of people wearing knitted sweaters. I call them Grandma Asta sweaters because she used to make ones just like it. In fact I have a couple but I din't know it was an Irish thing.

This dog was huge! It is hard to tell by this picture but he looked like a bear!

Bee and I on St. Paticks Day dressed all in green. Marlene Bee is wearing the long sleeved onsie that you sent. I thought it might be big on her since is is 9mo size but it fit her great! Bee is sure getting big!After the park I went to Bryna's house for our weekly get together. We sewed babylegs out of our old socks.
Bee in her birthday suit for a photo shoot! She is a happy girl!
Guess who this is? It is Daddy Cory of course!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Happy Bee Day Philip and Bee is 5 months old!

Baby Bee is 5 months old today!
And Uncle Philip's Birthday is today also!

Happy Birthday Philip!
Here are a couple of my favorite brother Phil pics!

This picture was taken in New York!
I sure hope Philip still has this outfit! He is the coolest big brother ever! But look at my little brother Tommy. He has a great attitude! I hope Bee will have a brother as cool as mine! I love you both! My mom was in my dream again last night! She is always so happy in my dreams! It is nice seeing her even if it's just in my dreams. I had no idea that when I was 11 visiting NYC that 18 years later I would be living here married with a baby! All I could think about then was the F.A.O. Schwartz bear I had bought.

This is one of the cutest pictures of me and my big bro.

Bath time with Bee is my favorite. It will be even more fun when she can sit up and play with me.

A birthday message from Bee...

Monday, March 09, 2009

Bee Bee

Bee update: She will be 5 month old on Friday! I can't believe how fast she learns new things. For fun I like to hold two toys in front of her and watch her decide which one to grab. She has some favorites! She also lets you know when she is not happy. She is very particular. Some would say spoiled but I would say opinionated! The time change yesterday threw us off a bit so Bee's schedule is off too. Her night time sleep has been different each night which means she has been waking up more. Sleep training is never done! But I am just trying to go with the flow. I was told to enjoy the 3am wake up calls because they won't last forever. I say "prove it!"
The weather got really nice for a couple of days. Bee really enjoyed the walks without having to be totally bundled up! Spring is just around the corner!!!

I tried to get a picture of Bee's hands but she likes to grab for the camera!

Felix and Edgar came over for a visit. Bee and Felix even held hands for a little bit.
Michelle is holding her doll!
We had our biggest snow yet on March 1 and 2nd. After it stopped snowing I went on a walk while Bee was taking a nap at home. Here is what I saw...
This is our our front window. The lady had to get her car out of the snow!
Our backyard through our window. Notice the new condo being built in the back.
For days after the snow you saw a lot of snow covered parked cars.
Talk about an "Ice Bath!"
The street corner near our house. The laundromat on the left is the one we go to now. The just remodeled and it is really nice inside! This is also where we got our Laundromat sign that is hanging in our bedroom. When they took down their old (very cute sign) I asked them if we could take it home!

Eastern Parkway benches were not so inviting to sit on! But I did enjoy taking pictures of them.
The Brooklyn Museum.

At Prospect Park I saw lots of Dad's pulling their kids!

Bee is going to have fun sledding when she gets older!

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