Saturday, May 16, 2015

Happy 3 months Tweedle: Part One

Little Bug!  Happy 3 month Birthday.  You had another busy month.  Honestly, I look forward to a boring month-I have an internal battle with myself as I recap each month.  On one hand I am so happy for the experiences you have had, and that we take you out and about.  You are such a good girl, a trooper, and everyone loves your company.  But I definitely have moments where I wonder if we do too much, and expose you to too much.  I will just have to look back at this time as an adventure.  I'm sure some boring month in the future we'll be looking back on this craving an adventure.  But to be perfectly honest with you, your daddy and I love being out and seeing the world-we don't do to well cooped up.  In fact, you come from a long line of active people so who knows.  Maybe we are just doing what we are meant to do.  I mean, I know we are doing what we are MEANT to do, I just wish I didn't let me mind wander and worry.  

Month 3 started in Minnesota but not for long!
You hopped on yet another flight, this time headed to Boston to take in the Frozen Four and support Grandpa Bonnell and his Hobey Baker committee.
 You got to experience the underground subway system-a true workout!
And you dined at Durgin Park!  Your Durgin roots are from the East coast and it was fun finding little historical pieces that most likely link back to your lineage.
 Your first hockey game was at the Boston Garden.
 And you got all dressed up to celebrate the Hobey Baker awardee.

 You took your first swim and absolutely loved it!
And since the Garden was a bit loud, you took in the remaining Frozen Four games from a Bar...because who doesn't take a baby to the bar!
Since mom doesn't have a job, and dad's is flexible, we decided to take a deal from the airline as the flight was over booked and ended up spending one last night in Boston just the three of us.

Our last day in Boston, we got you on the Harbor...your first boat ride!

And since you peed through the one outfit we had for you, we of course had to get you a Cheers onsie.
Then it was back to home sweet home and just in time for some great weather!  You seriously could be outside all the time.

You spent the month cheering on the Wild...sadly they did not make it to the Stanley cup finals but it was fun to hope!
And you got to celebrate mom and dad being together for 13 years.  We are so thrilled that this year we got to celebrate with the third member of our little family-what a blessing!
 Your time at home between trips was definitely more relaxing.  Lots of rest and cuddles!

 We are excited for your hair to come in more...some days it looks red, some days it looks blonde.
And while mommy worked her seasonal hockey events during April, daddy got to spend quality time with you!  He had to give the pacifiers one more go but I think we've given up!  I think you own every single kind and you don't like any, yet you are always gnawing on your hands or bottle nipples-we just can't figure you out!

Stay tuned for the next part because this isn't enough adventure for one month!

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