The Walrus told me to tell you it’s time, or something like that.

Several bloggable things have happened in the past several weeks.

Back in August, albeit the end of the month, some of Aurelio’s family came to meet Robin! We have a real problem about not taking enough pictures. A REAL PROBLEM.

We entertained a visit from: Grandpa and Grandma, Auntie Steph and Uncle Cuen, and Auntie Cai.

I wasn't ready!

I wasn’t ready!

Here are the happy grandparents:

she was so wee!

she was so wee!

That’s it. Yep. All the pictures we took that aren’t blurry or not of like, a tree.

It was really fun and we’re so glad they came! They spoiled the bejeezus out of Robin by practically buying her a new wardrobe. I won’t even go into the details of how they spoiled us too! 🙂

Remember when she used to look like this? Well, I do anyway.

She hates it when there are clashing patterns in the frame--I get it babe. I really do.

She hates it when there are clashing patterns in the frame–I get it babe. I really do.

Then in early September we went to Fort Worth for work training for my part-time job, and Robin’s first roadtrip! Here’s the one picture we took before we even left  (HOURS late I might add):

A lot of luggage for such a little lady

A lot of luggage for such a little lady

We stayed with Josh and Haley for a few days, and Robin slept terribly at night. And by “slept terribly”, I mean, didn’t sleep at all. I don’t think there’s any way she could have known we weren’t at our residence. She “slept” on the same pack n’ play!

We had fun and I’m still liking the part-time job Haley basically got for me!

We came back on Friday and Aunt Emmy and Uncle Josh came to stay!

Brace yourself.

WE DIDN’T TAKE A SINGLE PICTURE. I’m reeeally sad about that! Seriously, I am a doofus. From now on, every time you see Robin, please ask to be photographed.

They stayed with us for the first leg of their trip and then with the Morales family. (I don’t know how to write Morales plural, so I always cleverly avoid having to.)

I feel bad because I worked my new job all weekend and made them babysit for a few hours. I hope they at least marginally enjoyed themselves. <Shameless fishing for reassurance alert>

I’ll end with some more pictures of the girl.

This is her "Please change my diaper" face

This is her “Please change my diaper” face

Soap opera try-outs

Soap opera try-outs

I told her she looks like Maria from TSoM. To make her feel better. About her hair.

I told her she looks like Maria from TSoM. To make her feel better. About her hair.

at least someone's been working out

Maybe she should be Rosie The Riveter for halloween…

"Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of angry men!"

“Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of angry men!”

So there’s an update. What I’ve learned is, I need to take more pictures of adults.

I’m thinking my next post will be “Things I wish I had known before having a baby” and it might get a bit detailed, so gentlemen beware.

Until next time!

"Can I have more Turkish Delight?" "Next time! Next time!"

“Can I have more Turkish Delight?”
“Next time! Next time!”

Edmund was right, by the way. Turkish delight is delicious. Totally worth betraying your family for. Especially if your little sister is a zombie!

"I smell faun brainssssssss"

“I smell faun brainssssssss”

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