It has literally been snowing here since Thursday night. So. Much. Snow. I actually don't mind it at this time of year though, it makes everything feel very Christmas-y. Not that we did anything Christmas related this weekend. We were going to go see Santa, but it just didn't work out... because snow. Nick spent the entire weekend trying to fix his one year old snow blower that wouldn't work (terrible timing) and I didn't put on makeup once. In fact, we barely left the house... except for a trip to the gym in which I forgot my shoes and then I attempted to make up for that by going running on Sunday in the middle of the snowstorm (also terrible), so it was an interesting weekend.
In more fun news, it's hard to tell in this picture, but I chopped my hair off on Friday night! Well, 5 inches chopped. But that's a lot for me! My hair hasn't been this short since college. I've had some lovely postpartum hair loss so it was looking rough, and I was just ready for a change. Also ready to not provide Hadley with so much hair perfect for yanking, which is her number one hobby.
Speaking of Hads, she did not know what to think of the snow. It kept taking her little breath away and she kept kicking her boots off... but she sure looked cute doing it. This hat kills me and oh how I wish they made this pink bow coat in my size. Brady is of course, a snow pup. LOVES THE SNOW. He spent the entire weekend either sprinting in circles around the yard, or standing by the front door whining for us to let him out again. Well or napping on the couch. It's a rough life, but someones gotta do it.
Those red cheeks. Poor girls first tooth is popping through. How did she get so old?
We had to get her a new bathtub over the weekend. We have been using the Angelcare tub since she was a couple weeks old, and loved it, but she was starting to outgrow it and actually fell out of it a couple of times trying to sit up, which was terrifying. But sitting up. She just won't do it. So she wasn't ready to be all alone in the tub, so we decided to get one of the Primo tubs. It's only been a couple days, but I like it. Supposedly this thing is good for birth to three years, but I really don't know how a newborn would fit in this... seems a little big. I like it for the fact that it is less water to fill up a tub, and it keeps her toys closer for her. Soon we'll move her to the other side where she can sit upright in it... but girlfriend really has no interest in sitting. I put her in the bumbo and she just slouches over.
Anyway, to end this post of rambles, a tree branch just fell on our house, so we're off to check that out. Gotta love the wet, heavy snow and a house surrounded by pine trees. Blah.