Today was one of those crazy days in the Vaicius household. It was the kind of day that reaffirms my belief that if you are going to have a baby you should try to do it in a city where you have a great support system. Christian had volleyball try outs for Cajunland tonight and I had a bar assocition dinner so orchestrating the afternoon and evening for La Luz was one elaborate juggling act. I think that scheduling the life of the Vaicius family could be a full-time job for someone. We were fortunate that mom was willing to take the evening shift which includes feeding and bathing La Luz and, frankly, dealing with the moodiest time in her day. Here's a peek at what happens while La Luz is at mom's house:
I don't really know what to say about these pictures. I could spend hours discussing the implications of my 16 month old baby girl standing on a scale, but I will spare you. Rest assured, it is purely out of curiosity and not, in the least, at all related to her mother's tenuous relationship with food and weight. For now I will say, it looks like fun and we are incredibly blessed with some excellent helping hands. Without the helping hands and the love that goes along with them, I just don't know how we would get by.