Friday, May 29, 2009

A First Mama's Day to Remember...

haha, to say the least!
I won't go into it too much...let's just say it ended early with a hitched ride home with an uncle (rather than the scheduled train ride) from the grandparents, a missed church service, a very tired baby that hadn't napped well in her 3 day's vacation time, the poor family's first opportunity to spend quality time with a very fussy babe (who ended up hollering for a good portion of the day, hence the missed church service), a pained teething mouth, newly experiencing stranger anxiety (not that the family was strange, but she sure had anxiety over her change of environments and regular crowd), and a partridge in a mother's day tree.
Oops, I guess I did go into it much.
Besides all that, we did have a great trip up north to see Will's fam. Here's some collages to prove it (you can click on each one to view them bigger, they ended up kinda teenyweeny on here)!
P.S...I did get some B-E-A-utiful roses and other Mama's day treats from Will and Anna that blessed my soul...


The train ride. Ended up becoming a one-way ticket, ha! We ate and ate and ate and ate (anything to avoid screaming, and her supposed avoidance of napping--she made it with 15 min. of nap time in 9 hours of travel.) We also met a few new friends. I wasn't so sure about handing her off, but Will sure was, ha! The observatory car was her fave!!!

Anna just being Anna...Anna with mama and daddy. Ahh, we wuv each udder...Anna with the grand-rents and the great-grandma (GG). Bathtime, snuggletime, reading time, eating time and play. I think this covers it all...Anna with the aunty and uncles (a great-unc was there too.) The tears represented the majority of her feelings about new faces until she adjusted after a few minutes, or hours. Just takes her a little bit to warm up to newness (environments, stimuli and people.) Just a little bit sensitive. Can't imagine where she gets that from. This little apple didn't fall very far from her tree...

2 comments:

Transformed from glory to glory said...

Love, love the photos. Those little wee ones sure know how to throw around their sinful natures.

Anonymous said...

Well now, Miss Anna sure does know how to make memories! :)

Happy Mother's Day...and she sure is a sweetie!

Tachan