Little Noa, you are so sweet. You smile anytime anyone talks to you. You just wait patiently when everyone is busy around you. You really only cry now when you are tired or hungry. You have a special cry that let’s me know you have a burp stuck. Hehe. You are getting so big. When you had your check up you weighed 13lbs 4 oz and were 23 inches long. But the best part are your chubby little thighs and arms that keep getting squishier and squishier. You are doing great on your tummy, you even enjoy the new view for a while. And being the little show off that you are, you rolled over from your back to your tummy for the first time at your four month appointment. And since then you’ve only done it again with my help. I’m sure you’ll get it eventually.
I just love you little Noa. You are so sweet and such a fun baby. I waste away many an hour just making you smile, but I guess that’s hardly a waste.
I hope I am a good momma to you, I hope I don’t forget to change your diaper or give you water, if I do it’s not because I don’t love you, I just have a lot going on at once and I’m doing my best.
Also, when you are older and you realize you have a lot less of your life chronicled here than your big sisters did, I promise it’s for a good reason. Since I quit working in an office so I can stay home with you I am working on something new that I can do from home.
Please take a minute to check out my new line and let me know what you think!
When she woke up from her nap we took a few minutes in her room to change her diaper and put on a clean shirt. She looked at the picture (or “pitchchuck” as she calls it) and said “I want to ride a hot air balloon”, “me too” I told her. As we walked through the house she told me “I don’t want Noa to fall out of the hot balloon” I told her we would make sure that Noa is safe.
She wanted to watch tv, Olivia to be specific. But we needed to find the small remote. When I moved a pillow she saw it on the couch and said “I found it, with my eyes” hehe.
Hebrew for The Big Vacation. Today was the girls first day of summer vacation. They were completely confused. They didn’t understand why abba had to go to work when they didn’t have to go to school. It was also the first regular ol’ Monday that I got to stay home with all three girls and be a mom all day. It couldn’t have been a more perfect day. Blue skies, puffy white clouds a perfect 74 degrees. It was the kind of day when I use to sit at my desk on the 12th floor and stare out the window wishing I could be at the park with my girls, today I was. And they were crying for their abba (sigh) . They stopped eventually and once the nanny explained that the video that they watch in Hebrew is about the chofesh gadol they seemed excited about what tomorrow will bring.