When Lillian was around 4 months old we were often told that she looked like a doll. Now that Nathaniel is 4 months we're getting the same comments about him. Lillian loves her little brother almost as much as her favorite baby doll Cradle. She loves to cray him around, rock him, look at books with him and cuddle with him in bed. She is very much looking forward to the day when they can share a room, we are too!
March 16, 2012
This past weekend ended up being a whirlwind of good times. At Lillian's request, we took a trip to Los Gatos for the day. We haven't been there for a while and were initially confused when Lillian requested that we go to the park with the bike trail and the little train but we eventually figured out that she was talking about this place. We were all up and ready to go out nice and early so we stoped for brunch before our outing by bike to the park with the little train. Nathaniel enjoyed sitting on our laps during brunch, Lillian enjoyed the bear shaped pancake, and Nash enjoyed sitting on the sidewalk outside the diner and getting lots of love from the pasers by.
On Sunday, Lillian and Kristen wet to see the musical Cinderella at the preforming arts center. The children's theater production of the classic musical was pretty good and Lillian was super excited to get her self all fancy for the show. After the show we went to get a treat the the coffee shop with her friends.
March 8, 2012
While Lillian was a little scared of rock climbing last week (with ropes to save her if she falls) she shows no fear when it comes to climbing trees. This past week she figured out how to shimmy up the trunk of this tree. She had no fear, but she did succeed in making all of the grown ups very nervous.
March 4, 2012
This past week we decided to join some friends for an afternoon of rock climbing at the Planet Granite. Lillian was both super excited and super nervous about the rock climbing. She is an expert tree climber, but was a little wary of the heights reached on the rock climbing wall. A few more tries and I have no doubt that she will be able to climb all the way up to the 60 foot ceiling and ring the bell like her friend Samuel.