Abby: One Month

I figured I should probably post these before Abby turns two months. Can you tell it’s been a little hectic around here? Although Josh’s job is technically 8-5, realistically he works late most nights and at least one day on the weekends. The demand ebbs and flows, but right now it’s particularly intense.

We’re all adjusting to life with two kids and, honestly, Abby has made it incredibly easy. Seriously, she is a very easy going infant. And JP loves her so much that they’ve both made this smooth as it can be. Abigail eats and sleeps well and is content most of the time. If she isn’t, I wear her and she falls right asleep. Of course, now that I’m posting this for the world to see Abby will sense that I’m bragging and bring me back to reality. She’s looking out for my sanctity.

As I said, she eats and sleeps well so far. By that I mean, I put her down around 9 and she usually wakes up once in the middle of the night and then again around 6 or 7. She usually wants to go back to sleep after that, but sometimes that’s hard since the rest of us are trying to get the day going. Sorry, Abbers.

Abby started smiling almost right away and now warms our hearts regularly with her affectionate grins. She has these eyes that make me feels like she KNOWS me. She looks in deeply. So far she is a good traveler in her car seat. There’s really not much to report – we just all really love the little honey bee! and I think she loves us, too! And gosh, she is cute! Glad to see her cheeks are coming in strong. Love you, baby girl!

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