Anyway, I realized tonight as I rocked my sweet baby to sleep (okay, she was already asleep and I just had to rock her anyway, since this time is so precious and it will be over after I finish this next blink) - I realized that I have way too many pictures and updates waiting to be posted, so I forced myself to put the baby down and hit the blog. Here you go!
After lunch at Dad's we headed to cousin Charlie's birthday party! He turned ONE YEAR OLD and I cannot believe it. I was reminded that this time last year Sylvia was nothing but a twinkle in her Daddy's eye! Oh, what a difference a year makes. I didn't take pictures there because Mom was snapping photos left and right and she has some good ones, but I don't have them to post, so just imagine the cutest red-headed boy with Matt's face tearing into a giant piece of cake and smearing it all over himself. There, that's the highlight. It was FUN!!
Now, on the fifth of July, the three Fasciottos packed up the ol' Toyota Corolla and hit the road for Hotlanta, Georgia! Let me tell you, we had a BLAST. Sylvia was made for road trips. She slept and ate and played by herself in the backseat like it was her job. She slept in the pack-n-play at the hotel almost better than she sleeps at home. While Sylvain went to teachery workshops all day, Sylvia and I hit the city's best family-friendly sights. Here are the highlights:
Since we've been home we've been doing absolutely nothing and it's been glorious. We've been eating great food from our garden and our share of farm veggies from our CSA. We've been playing with the baby all day, taking evening walks after it cools off a few degrees, and reading ourselves to sleep at night. We had Sylvia's three month photos taken today and I cannot WAIT to get these pictures. I have a big idea for a new blog header, so I hope it works out! If it were up to me, July would last forever, but alas, August is right around the corner. I can't wait for school to start and as much as I love watching Sylvia's every move right now, I can't wait to see what she does next.