Nina atteneded an art class at Noguchi museum, and made a clay sculpture. Well, to be exact, she watched me making them. She loved playing with them until she dropped the dog and broke it.
Cameron (4) took a good care of Nina (1.5) while we had a lunch in Connecticut the other day. They loved dancing and performing at the little stage there while we ate.
Its becoming her new morning ritual to go through all her books in the shelf after breakfast. Lately she has more patients for longer books, too. It's a good thing.
A kind hearted daughter wants to help carrying when I have multiple bags in my hands. She gets upset if I don't let her. I wish she'dl stay that way forever.
Nina can now call her granma as gan-ma, instead of mam-ma. It's an improvement! Lately she learns new words really fast.
This is how we sleep these days. The teddy next to papa keeps him from a cold air from the window next to him. Mostly I sleep diagonally by putting my head on a crib, and legs in my bed.
Finally it was warm enough to play outside for a while today. We miss those days...
Ayumi SakamotoAfter 4 years of break, I'm finally motivated to resume my parental diary. I am a mother of two gorgeous girls, Nina 7 and Nicola 3. This blog is a way of remembering details of everyday motherhood.