It's the little things... [Bumbo]

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

This past weekend we had Homegirl try out the Bumbo. It was adorable, as expected.
 
This little thing of putting a baby in the Bumbo.. It's like a right of passage, a moment of realizing that little baby of mine isn't so little anymore. I remember when T was 3ish months old and we first put him in it; like slow-motion, sitting and watching this little baby look not so little.
Maybe it's the perspective of seeing them 'sit up'. Maybe it's observing them from a new angle. Maybe they are just growing up.
Either way, it was fun to do it again and I had those same feelings with Homegirl. I think T really liked having her in this 'position' too, so much easier to hug on and put his arm around her. She sure is 'growing up'.. But those cheeks!! Those ears!! Capturing more of her smile - she usually turns Ms. Serious-face when the camera comes out.
Such sweet little things, my babes in the Bumbo.
T at 3 months // Homegirl almost 4 months
 
Linking up with Jess at Sadie Sky Boutique and co-host Meghan at The Adventure Starts Here.


6 comments:

  1. Aww your babies look so cute in the bumbo! Mine just looked awkward lol. I think noah was just a huge baby and never fit right in it once he was old enough to have the head/neck control. But man it really does show us that our babies our growing up!

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    1. Thanks!! We don't really get real big/chunky babies so I'm loving the 'chunkiness' of Homegirl (obviously all in the cheeks). Haha. Hoping to use it more once she gets a little stronger.

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  2. How ADORABLE! Homegirl looks SO big in the Bumbo! I love that now that she can sit in the Bumbo, it takes T and her playing to a whole new level. I bet T is so happy too!

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    1. Ah, thanks!! :) It's so fun and so sad having them grow up.
      You're so right, I'm anxious to see how their 'relationship' evolves as she gets more involved.

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  3. Those colors and that onesie are perfect on her! Adorable!

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    1. Ah yes, girls clothes - it's pretty fun, as you very well know. :) I'm anxious for her to fit in bigger sizes for even cuter clothes!!

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