More and more of Lucy's (very big) personality comes out every single day. She is sweet and empathetic, strong and passionate. Sometimes I get overwhelmed by the weight of the responsibility of teaching her how to protect that big heart of hers.
I have to say, I have been LOVING my Birchbox subscription. It's so much fun to get new products to play with every month! It's official, I'm addicted.
This month I had the option to choose between the regular box or a special box chosen by the beauty editor of Teen Vogue. I'm adventurous, so I opted for the Teen Vogue box and I loved it!
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I love it all, particularly the Tarte lip tint and the Kerastace hair oil. I will probably be purchasing both when I run out.
It is officially hard to work on personal photos now that Spring has sprung and I'm shooting for work on a regular basis again. But this week I talked my favorite photo subject into sitting for me so I could submit a portrait to Allie's photo challenge. I am married to a handsome fellow.
This isn't Lu's first Easter, of course, but it is her first Easter basket! I always go back and forth about holiday traditions when it comes to babies. If they aren't going to understand/remember, it seems like you might as well save yourself some time. Does that make me a bad person? Oh well.
Lucy is starting to understand more and more of what's going on around her, and while she won't remember it, it's fun to celebrate with her. She's going through a gasping phase, and it cracks me up. Everything is ABSOLUTELY SHOCKING!!! She was thrilled to see her basket, and it was made up of really practical items that she needed or we would have purchased anyway, so a win-win.
She got a Fisher Price Froggy Potty, Hello Kitty Stickers, bananas (her favorite sweet treat), an Elmo bath time book, washable markers, a cup of her very own, and some applesauce squeezers.
I hope you all had a lovely Easter!