Monday, May 23, 2011

{Family + Miles = Complete}

I have been wanting to take this shot ever since Miles was born. I got the idea from a photography website a long time ago (....can't remember where???).  Finally got around to it today thanks to warmer temperatures and a shaded garage floor. 



I survived week one on my own. I am managing the regular household stuff ok...it is the huge list of 'to-do's' that I never seem to get to...like hang pictures on the walls, sort through some boxes, organize closets, start Miles baby book,  etc.  Miles isn't sleeping too well (up every couple hours to eat at night)...so that leaves me pretty exhausted in the afternoon when Addy and Car are at school, Ry is down for a nap, and Miles is sleepy...so I sleep too.  And try not to think about all that I could be doing instead.  But I also get a newborn to snuggle. And that doesn't last forever, so the list can wait for now. 

1 comments:

SuburbiaMom 10:59 PM  

That is cute...I might borrow this idea :)...

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