Today Lily had her first BOOM! She fell off her lounger.
It was around 8:45a.m. and I was just waking up when I heard a big BANG followed by a loud scream which was then followed by crying.
Will was making coffee and Lily was in her lounger. She wasn’t strapped in. Lately we have been really good at strapping her in because she has started twisting and turning trying to get out but he assumed that she wasn’t going anywhere.
And that’s just what happened. She twisted and turned herself right off of it. It wasn’t a big fall, she was only 5″-6″ off the ground.
When I came into the living room, I didn’t know who was more traumatized, Lily who was still crying, or Will who looked like he wanted to cry.
After some TLC from both me and Will, Lily soon stopped crying and she was fine. Not one scratch, not one bump.
I’m not sure if Will will recover though….
Here is Lily cool as a pickle chilling on the couch wearing pajamas by babyGap that were a gift from uncle Darren.
This morning started out with a surprising cup of espresso in a cup that I had purchased a while ago (picture 1) and love but hardly use. I usually have my coffee in the same mug but because our coffee maker broke this morning (not so blissful), Will surprised me with an alternative. Thank you!
I had plans to just kind of chill out at home and maybe do some laundry this morning since there was no library but, our cranky Lily (also not so blissful) had other plans in mind. (picture 2)
Since being outside always makes her feel better, I got us both ready and we headed out.
Am I ever so thankful to Lily for making us go out for a walk! Lincoln Rd looks so beautiful right now. There are flowers EVERYWHERE!!!!
We checked out some art (pictures 7 and 8. I like to call my self portrait Mona Claudia ;)), the water fountains (pictures 17 and 18) but our favorites were ALL (and I do mean ALL, look at all the pictures below) the amazing different kinds of orchids in all different colors that decorate the trees. If you are on Lincoln Rd, please look up and check them out, they are breathtaking!