It's possible I inadvertently shoplifted a pouch of baby food yesterday with Mom. (I might have been holding onto it while we went through the checkout line.) Oops.
Luckily I have Dad as a positive, larceny-free influence in my life.
I got some extra solo weekday time with Mom yesterday. We started off the day with a run. She took me to lunch with Dad at work, where I charmed the whole team and got a few extra Dad snuggles.
Afterward, we took a trip to Costco, where I demonstrated that I will eat vegetables...but only if they're encased in a plastic bag.
I even got to go through the checkout line riding in the cart. Good thing they didn't try to scan me to see how much I cost! I think I would be expensive.
Today I finally met "Aunt" Nikki! I gave her a few tentative smiles when we first met in the car, even if I seem distracted in this picture.
Later, at Grandma and Grandpa V's, a team of experts installed me in my new highchair.
Shortly thereafter I was able to safely dig into my meal with gusto.
Mom's friend Abbey and her son Henry stopped by today. First, Abbey greeted me with a smile!
I greeted her with a little silliness.
The last time I saw Henry, he was just a turnip. Now he has a bit of personality.
At first, I didn't like that Mom was holding some other baby.
But then I warmed up to him.
And fun was had by all.
Went out for lunch in San Francisco with some friends today. I get a little antsy when I have to sit around for a long time, so Mom brought along some finger puppets and the ladies entertained me!
I admit that I can be a bit of a challenging audience, because I want to grab them!
After the lively lunch and puppet performance, I was pretty wiped. Dad snuggled me in a blanket and I napped on the ride home. Mom and Dad went meandering around the highways so I could get a nice long sleep.
Started off the day with a hot mid-day walk around Stanford. Good thing Mom and I wore our hats!
She also taught me how to take self-portraits. This is my pensive face.
At Home Depot, I cracked up when Mom used a box of screws as a rattle. Moooom, everyone knows screws are for building picnic tables and benches! That's why it's funny.
Out for an Italian dinner, I shared my perspective on the meal. Loudly.
No, Dad, I do not want to chew on that teething toy. It's penne bolognese or nothing!