We've been keeping busy this month! I'm still trying to get into some kind of routine with school starting to give Clara a chance to have at least one decent nap, but it's definitely a work in progress as we're also trying to meet up with friends, go to MOPS meetings, and get the older two to and from school.
Jonah, Clara, and I met up with some friends at our favorite crepe place and then headed over to the playground to let Jonah and his little girl friend play.
Noelle had her first day doing the drop-off line in the morning instead of me walking her in. Oh man was that harder on me than her- she's wanted to do it every day since, and I cried more that day than I did on the first day of school. Why do babies not keep??
And speaking of babies not keeping, Jonah had his first independent day of 3's preschool. He walked into his class without looking back and had an absolute blast.
I got the girls their first set of matching clothes from Boden. Noelle could not get her school uniform off quickly enough when she got home so that she could be twinsies with her sister.
Jonah has been wanting uppie a lot, which will be a lot of fun when Luke goes back to work on TOMORROW! Eek!
Last weekend we headed to Gaver Farm for a wagon ride and
Touch a Tractor day with Aunt Heather and Holden. Jonah disappeared on me a few times in his excitement to see all the things, but thankfully we all made it home. And with some delicious apple cider donut holes to share with Daddy.
We also made it to church as a family where the girls were twinsies and Clara and I spent our usual time in the nursing room.
The Ravens won their first game of the season last Sunday so on Monday morning after dropping off Noelle at school, we met Heather and Holdy for some free Dunkin Donuts coffee.
On Tuesday we took an early bath, put on pajamas, and checked out one of the new ice cream places on Main Street for a pre-bedtime treat. Delicious!
And cuddles for baby Clara are always on repeat, but especially important right before bed.