Favorite Instagrams Of the Past Week
I told you all a few days ago how addicted I am to Instagram, when I shared my favorite apps for taking great Instagrams of baby. Well this past week has been a big one for us, with some new and exciting milestones being met and hit. We covered the big one, Hayden’s introduction to solid foods, so in this post I thought I’d share some of my favorite Instagram pictures that captured some of the other big moments in our lives this past week. Here are just a few.
The Morning Bath Is A New Necessity
Hayden has been leaking through his diapers every single night, causing me to have to bathe him every morning. Until we can get the leaking situation under control, I’ve decided to forgo night time bath and just do a morning bath instead.
Rolling Right Along
Hayden is now consistently rolling from front to back and we have to keep a better eye on him when he’s playing on our bed. I just think this picture is so funny and cute. I titled the caption baby big head!
His First Trip To Home Goods
Hayden enjoyed his first trip to Home Goods very much, and I think for now, he is the perfect shopping companion.
Suspicious Of Roomba
Hayden is growing more and more aware of his surroundings, and the other day eyed Roomba very suspiciously. Usually he never even paid the roaming robot vacuum any attention, but that’s no longer the case!
First Time In This Thing
I’m not really even sure what these things are called, but Hayden sat in it for the first time over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed his time in it! He played in it for almost an hour. While baby products seem to be taking over our house, if they keep him happy so I can cook dinner, I don’t mind a bit!
No caption really needed here; a sweet and tender moment between brothers.
Hayden adores his sister, and she adores him right back. These two are going to have a very special bond.
This Instagram was captured today, and while initially I was taking it to show the pretty pleats of my skirt, I was delighted to see Hayden’s chubby little toes peaking into the frame.