Hold Her, Wear Her, Breathe Her In.

This week over on MamaKat’s site one of the themes is to pick a picture from your instagram from last month and talk about it. Of course I love instagram! So here we go:

Both Little Miss & Blue had a dentist check up after Easter (because that’s perfect timing, right?)  Their dentist is absolutely amazing. We’ve been with him about 11 years with the kids. He’s a pediatric dentist and is  great with the kids. They love going, seriously! The only problem is that the dentist is way across town, and I take the bus, so it’s two buses across town. On top of that the office is busy and it’s really hard to maneuver the stroller in there (plus, the two bus thing) So I figured it would make my trip 100 times easier to just wear her. I haven’t worn her for a while, being a toddler means she’s more on the go and doesn’t want to be up as much. She seemed to be very content in the tula that day, except when I was sitting to wait for the dentist. She fell asleep on the way home, snuggled up close, just like she did when she was a smaller baby.  I settled back on my long ride home and just breathed in my sleeping girl.

Having mommy carry her to the dentist was tiring. #babywearing #toddlerwearing #tula #titw #momlife

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Today’s theme comes from Mama Kat

The Prompts:

1. Write a blog post that ends with the line: No one ever asked me.
2. Book review!
3. Create a recipe that incorporates mint.
4. 8 things you’d like to accomplish this Spring.
5. Share your favorite photo you posted on Instagram last month and give us the back story.
6. Show us what Spring looks like in your neck of the woods!

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0 comments on “Hold Her, Wear Her, Breathe Her In.

  1. Just breathed in my sleeping girl…..Love how you phrased that. It takes me back twenty years and I know exactly the feeling you are talking about.

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