Our Quiet Saturday

After two nights of 30th birthday fun and leaving Everly in the care of Grandma & Grandpa, Marty and I were ready for a laid back Saturday with our Everly.  Marty decided to photo-blog our day of just bummin’ around town and enjoying the company of each other.  Here we are getting Ev dressed and telling her about the day’s plans.

Of course we can’t help but play with her and stop to enjoy her smiles and laughter.  It’s these types of moments that I look forward to all week while I’m away from her.

All dressed and ready to go…

We’re still not out the door because we can’t help ourselves and need to snuggle Everly on the couch, kissing her chubby cheeks and telling her how much we missed her last night.

Finally we get to enjoy this rare, sunny & 70 degree fall day and get out into the fresh air.

Papa drives.

And Everly & I get the backseat to ourselves.  We chit-chat and enjoy some much-needed girl talk.

Home Sweet Home.  With all of our errands finished, we arrive back with a sleepy baby.

But when she sees Roxy and Leyla, Everly decides she needs some tummy time.  We’re happy to enjoy some playtime too!

I mean, really, who wouldn’t want to play with this happy girl?  We turn on Disney’s Beauty & the Beast and Everly is enamored with the colorful animation and music.

So is Leyla, our Beauty

And Roxy, our Beasty

Time for a little snack.  Of course Roxy has to make sure that nothing gets dropped.

We don’t make it through the movie, but nothing beats a Saturday afternoon nap, especially with this cuddlebug.  We can’t wait to do it all over again tomorrow, and next week, and the week after that.  Somehow, the most ordinary days are always the best.  These ordinary days are a testament to the life that we are making.  And years from now, these are the days that we’ll remember the most.

3 thoughts on “Our Quiet Saturday

  1. Looks like you had a wonderful day! Here’s to many many more!!! Love the Blog & the Bug!!! Keep em coming!! Enjoy your Sunday see ya on Monday!!!

  2. Love these pictures and your comments. She is really alert! Love those great big eyes. I love the second one of you two, Erin, where you are smiling at her and she is smiling at you. Marty is good with the camera – the shot in the rear view mirror is really good. I like the one of you girls napping, too. Enjoy those precious lazy days with your daughter!!! Glad you had a good 30th b’day, Erin. You and Marty are good parents!

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