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Antiques and Baby Baths

Meadow has been going to bed earlier since the time change. If I don't wake up before her I usually bring her into our room with us. Eventually she gets hungry and falls back asleep. 

Morning snuggles are the best.

The part she left out is that she leaves Meadow with me as a human alarm clock. I guess I can't complain. Look at that face!

After she fell asleep I had breakfast. Scott had lunch. 

Potato and cabbage soup with croutons. I ate too many croutons and felt naucious afterwards.

She has finally run out of disposables so we moved onto cloth diapers. We've had a few leaks, but  I think we've figured out how to stop them. 

I was planning on heading to Wayzata for another shoot, but the overcast weather turned it into a fun day with my two babes.

Now that she's wearing them I don't really notice the goofy prints. 

She would rather be in her diaper all day. 

We decided to put her in this little hooded outfit we got from Emma. It will sadly be the last time she will wear it. It's a bit small for chubby checkers.

We had no plans today and decided to go to Hunt and Gather since we hadn't been there in a long time. 

Meadow likes this place. 

These would've been great for our wedding.

I love that they have true antiques and goofy knickknacks.  Holy mini Bozo the Clown inflatable whatchamacallits!

Of course I wanted this Kmart-branded rangefinder, but I passed.

They had a few vintage books and toys. 

I think Meadow wanted this styrofoam doughboy for her room.

This was my favorite find. Brooke wasn't as into the Metrodome seat cushions.

I ended up getting Meadow a book on Paul Bunyan for $2. I didn't know he was born in Maine. 

I annoy Brooke about new camera equipment all the time. I don't think she believes in the adage that you have to spend money to make money. She should check out this guy's overindulgence.

Anyways I decided against any of their ancient lenses. I'll continue to shoot from 35-55mm (or in DX mode) on my quite good 17-55mm f/2.8 DX. It's not convenient, but it has good results.

Since we were heading back this way we stopped at Home Depot and Costco. We've recently become members at Costco as an early Christmas gift to each other. So far it's been helping us save money. 

Though most of the food we get from there is organic, I couldn't help but get some pork for sausages, carnitas and pulled pork.

I spent the next hour installing this light we got at Home Depot for above the kitchen sink. I had to cut the screws in order to make it work.

Then it was Meadow's favorite time of the day. Bath time!

I think she's too young for bath letters. We played with them nonetheless while she stuck 'em in her mouth.


After Meadow was asleep we watched an episode of Breaking Bad while I knitted her some mittens. 

Comments

Amanda said…
I want to see the mittens. I gotta check out this Hunt and Gather place sometime. I think you should have bought the dough boy. :)

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