Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Authentic Vitamin D

Well, March has really let me down. You come out of February all dreary and depressed, and hope that March will lighten your spirits because it's the month that brings in Spring, officially. Such was not the case this year. Our March was truly dismal. Maybe I'm just feeling bitter because of the way it ended: on Sunday we had 4-5 inches of snow. Yes, there were snowmen dotting yards all down the street. It took three days to fully melt (maybe four, I'm afraid to look outside today) and was just really uncalled for. February however, actually yielded some really nice days, and Hallie and I took advantage and she went outside walking around for the first time ever in her young life. Here she is, taking her inaugural steps in the cold cruel world. (Although it was warm and sunny this day in February.) Please note that she is wearing the cute little cherry shoes that Great Grandma Boling got her and sent to me about a week after she was born... she finally fits in them! Also, a discerning eye might notice that she is wearing the same outfit that she was wearing on Santa's lap from that picture back in early December. That's right. She still fits in clothes that she wore months ago. She is finally over 20 pounds though, as of last week.

So, here she is, exploring the great unknown and getting some authentic Vitamin D.


  1. I can't watch the video yet, haha, because people are over, and I'm supposed to be paying attention to them, but I can commiserate with the weather. We've had lots of snow this March. Dang. We had a taste of 70 degree weather in February.

  2. awwwwwww I got to watch the video. She is so cute! And when you went around, so I could see her bow, I about died. SO CUTE. I think this is the first time I've seen her like really walk with shoes on and no adult fingers involved. She's a pro! Jeff kept expecting her to eat dirt, and that never happened, so she gets an A+ on walking and intelligence. :)