Week Five with Vianne

Posted by Amy O. , Monday, May 14, 2012 12:13 PM

What we all feel like on Monday morning..."just five more minutes, pleeease..."
On Tuesday, Vianne turned one month old!  I have a separate post about that...but one more special thing about Tuesday is that my friend Megan, who's in California for a couple months from Texas, came to visit us!  I didn't manage to get any photos, but definitely will on our next rendez-vous - but Megan got this cute shot of us!
Megan brought us these beautiful sunflowers and Jelly Bellies, because she is a wonderful lady and remembers what I like :-).  We sat & talked for hours and had such a lovely time catching up.  It had been way too long since I'd seen her:  She is one of the most beautiful souls I've ever known and our conversations are always rich and deep.  I am thrilled that Vianne could be exposed to Megan's beauty in her early days.  We are hoping to see her again soon!
A big day of being one month old wore her out!  Daddy's introducing her to her future alma mater (heh heh) via subliminal message.

Taken with each other...(she's starting to make some serious eye contact!)
Our Little Rockstar (finally kind of fitting in this onesie I bought her - NB size!)
Girls Rock...and Wail!
Playing a mean air guitar...
Fight The Power

Vianne has started liking baths a lot more now, and another favorite thing is "Naked Time", post-bath, lying in her Pooh napper with her lavender blanket in just a diaper.  She just lays there peacefully, looking around, sometimes for like 20 minutes!
After our successful restaurant excursion with Aunt Jenny, and since V had passed the one-month mark, we started taking her out more often this week.  On Wednesday, we braved T Phillips & it went pretty well.  Fortunately, it's a noisy place so any crying just sort of blended in.  I happily indulged in my first pear cider in 9 months!
V's fifth week ended with a beautiful Mother's Day, which I also detailed in a separate post.

1 Response to "Week Five with Vianne"

Megan Says:

Thank you for the kind words, my friend! Reconnecting with you and seeing our children enjoying one another SO much has been an absolute delight. I am grateful for the dear friend and kindred spirit God has blessed me with in YOU :)

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