Not really anywhere actually. But isn’t it amazing what happens when you don’t have a computer? I learned one thing about myself over the last couple weeks: I am seriously attached to my laptop. And that’s not necessarily a good thing. I’ve used Joe’s laptop a few times to check email, but have spent little to no time on Facebook and posting to the blog. The un-connectedness is kinda nice, actually. Joe would laugh at me saying this. He makes comments all the time about this thing being my best friend.
Some miscellaneous pictures from the past two weeks:
She started drinking from a cup – a real cup. She hasn’t really taken to the sippy cup, but she l-o-v-e-s the big girl cup.
Last week she started standing up all by herself without pulling up on anything. And now she does it constantly. Up and down. Up and down.
She has figured out how to lock/unlock the dog crate in our bedroom. And, on Sunday morning while I was putting on my make-up, I heard her messing with the crate, walked in to find her like so:
I didn’t think Joe would believe me, so I took pictures. She does it again, this time with me watching: