My father has sent me some photos he took during his recent visit. They provide a pretty good snapshot of our daily routines, from the playground to the local grocery store, to evening bath time. It seems amazing to me that just ten days ago we had Nora in her winter coat and today she’s sweating in the lightest white linen suit.
Reading with Grandma. On the last page of the That’s Not My Baby book, there’s a mirror, which always causes Narcissus Nora to kiss her reflection. It’s pretty adorable.
Out for a walk in the countryside.
At the playground. I love Nora’s coy look in this photo. You can see all those goldilocks we chopped off.
Ready to catch her when she falls.
Waiting somewhat patiently for Denise, a longtime “classmate” at daycare, to clear the slide.
At the top of the slide.
My father at the grocery store with Bruno and Andrés.
Nora’s favorite fruitmonger, Tona. Her dangling necklaces and glasses are always entertaining.
Nora feels really comfortable with Andrés, more so than with the other people at the store.
At home with Mommy and Daddy, with the carpet turned up for more walker space.
And finally bath time before bedtime.