So, here is the glamorous life of the ladies kostrzewa.
post nap teefers modeling a twirl shop beanie
tea party time!
making baby food, peas. kinda gross.
her curly hair went flat after I curled it with a curling iron! weird.
them toes. yum.
can't get enough of this babe
Note: the first time I found myself bored in years, right before this picture was taken.
I was just waiting for one of them to wake up.
I take this as a good thing.
The Ivy baby hairs are in full effect these day.
Love these skull earrings, for Ivy! Kind of a weird way to represent my "craniosysnotsis mom" status, but it works for me. I have found a lot of websites, or forums of moms talking about their cranio babies, and it's very sad to me. And they talk about awareness, which I don't fully understand because, thankfully, it's not a disease and there's a way to correct it! So, if I were to start a cranio support thing, I would brand it with skulls! Cause that's what we're dealing with! Skulls! We want our babies to have these perfectly, round skulls!
(I fully understand that I'm absurd.)
Let social media not portray my life as perfect, because I find myself looking at other people's "social media life" as perfect. This life is full of all sorts of mess. But, who takes pictures of the mess? That would be strange. So this though, this is pretty sweet. When I went out of town with Eliza, Ken was dad of the year and loved on baby #1 and #3, and then decided to paint our bedroom. When I stay home with the girls, like everyday, I can barely put a bra on, much less paint a room.
But it's perfect. He took this lamp, that I love, to the paint store, and then painted 1/3 of the way up on the walls, just like the lamp is. I love going to bed each night because I look at it and think, this guy. He even bought a tiny brush for Avery, and then painted a square on the wall of her to paint in while he painted. We never talked about painting it this way, not to any detail, just that we wanted to add some color to the bedroom. I'm glad he does stuff like this, because he knew I'd love it.