Most literally, our home is fuller by the addition of baby Zion Ezekiel, born in March. For the first few weeks he started out as a fussy baby, but since then he has decided that the world is not such a bad place after all, and he is generally quite calm. He started smiling a few weeks ago, and since then is a delight to tickle and coo over and play with. He sleeps really well as long as he is in his bed. In fact, he sleeps so well that for almost a week now he has slept solid 11-12 hour nights without waking! I'm not saying this to brag, I'm saying this because I am shocked. Hudson didn't start consistently sleeping all night until a few months ago. I have heard other people saying they have two month olds sleep all night but I didn't know that could happen in like, you know, real life. This is probably the most nights I have slept all night without being woken up since Hudson was born. It's very good to sleep.
|Alex calls him smiley Ziony. It |
kinda rhymes. Kinda.
Our lives have also become more full with the reopening of the community garden. Right now, I am going to the garden several days a week, working mostly on planting and weeding at this point. I am hoping things calm down once summer comes, but of course there is always more to be done! We have already harvested radishes, lettuce and basil (for this year's first batch of pesto- yum! And it's not even summer yet!).
Our home (or at least our garage!) is more full right now as we got 32 chicks in the mail about a week ago. Half are meat birds, and the other half will be layers. We ordered enough chicks that our hatchery threw in a free rare breed chick. Based on the look of the chick, something like this: