Here Eva practices a little self-love. It's pretty cute.
And here, Eva receives a little lovin' from her girlfriend Windsor, who is really into giving kisses lately. Eva's a little more aloof than Windsor, so she was kind of intimidated by the love. I've talked her out of pressing charges, though.
When you take two really pretty babies and put them side-by-side, their prettiness just becomes absolutely overwhelming. It's nauseating.
This was Eva's first time in the church nursery with me. I've decided to start volunteering in there to help out, since it's gotten to be too difficult to be a greeter with Eva hanging from the Moby wrap. She's just too big. She had a great time in nursery, though. It was a little disconcerting, since she was kind of a bully. She took toys from the other baby who was in there with us, and when she did, she'd say, "Vava." That's her new name for herself, "Vava." It's adorable.
Here Eva was very intently observing her daddy playing basketball. She thought he was at least as amazing as Michael Jordan. She crawled around the floor and terrified me because it looked like Gerald was going to smoosh her with a ball. He didn't, though. He never smooshes her. She is ball-obsessed lately...so combine her daddy with a bouncing basketball, and you have a recipe for fascination.
Here Eva is being very, very brave and crawling far away from us at the library story time. She is suddenly exploring her independence quite a bit, and she's getting braver and braver.