Monday, August 24, 2009

Week two

Here are some pictures of last week...week two!

On the first day of Isela's 2nd week of life we decided a trip to the zoo was in order, we even ate dinner at the fancy pants restaurant they have there...and I even had a glass of wine. Crazy stuff, I know.


Not the best of pictures, but it's of the three of us on the Skyfari...



Yep, I'm nursing while walking through the can be done, and nobody had a clue!

NIP with Joaquin!

NIP in Moby Wrap

The next day, Joaquin wanted to be the baby...

baby Joaquin

while Isela was looking all growns up already, I can't believe she is only one week and one day old here! week & one day old

The following Sunday, we went to my mom's for does one resist the outfits? Oh and the bows? Oh the bows!

outfits and bows!


Lucky for me that camera doesn't work anymore...I'm not a big fan of the pictures lately.


Our first photo as a family of FOUR!


We got to give Isela her first bath that Sunday evening, of course Joaquin was a big help...



first bath


We had our 2nd pediatrician appointment on Tuesday and Isela was above her birth-weight at 8 pounds 9.5 ounces, so it looks like nursing is going well! No pictures of that even though...but here she is at a whole TWO weeks old!

two weeks old

It's crazy how fast these past couple of weeks have gone. While this newborn phase and adjusting to life with two kids is no easy task, Dan and I realize how fast it goes...we're trying to enjoy and suck up as much sweetness as we can.

More to come soon!


Eliska Bobeeska said...

Ciria she is so beautiful!! I just love her. I can't believe how much hair she has...and that you already get to use the little bows! I can't imagine what it must feel like to have are doing a great job!

NixonsMamma said...

Ciria! I'm so glad I found your blog! Your new little baby girl is ADORABLE!!! Precious! Makes me so much MORE excited to be having a girl!

Thank you for sharing your heart and experience with baby #2. I'm encouraged seeing your strength. I'm also a mess thinking of the big transition from one kiddo to two... and not having as much Nixon-time that I'm used to having right now! When I read your thoughts and feelings of missing Joaquin, I totally cried!

Thanks again for sharing! I look forward to following your blog!

Love, Tira