We did it! Caleb and I finally decided to join the 21s century! 2 weeks ago, after a lot of talking, researching,and hitting a few "bumps" along the way, we officially had both new iPhones in our hands.
We're never going back. We are so enjoying these new "toys" and in the meantime trying not to let them take over our lives.
Just as big as getting a smartphone for me was joining Instagram. Friends and family had been begging me for months and now I know why. It's so fun to see little snapshots of my loved ones every day lives. I've been enjoying sharing the small things in my every day life too.
I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites from the last 2 weeks on here too.
So, without further ado, here they are:
I got tendinitis in my wrist and thumb around a month ago and had to wear a
brace/splint thingy. This is me announcing and celebrating that for the most part,
my wrist has healed and the brace is off!
I may or may not be taking too many photos of Emsley, but I'm all too aware that my baby days are almost over. So, I'm soaking up every little last minute of her babyhood.
Besides, babies are so perfect and photogenic.
I mean, c'mon, look at this beautiful face and perfect little foot!
EASTER! I got some great photos on Easter. Here are my 3 little E's all dressed up for church. Oh my heart!
Here's Ethan trying to "catch" water from a squirt gun.
(No, not an Instagram pic, but a must share).
And, our best attempt at a family photo. :)
Ethan's latest thing is picking dandelions and bringing them to me.
The best part is that he calls them "candylions".
I won't correct him anytime soon. I love it!
Ellie had a "Princess, Pirate, Pizza, Pop" party at preschool and she was SO excited!
She loves any excuse to dress up!
And last, but certainly not least, some nature shots.
I took this on the way home from dropping Ellie off at preschool last week. The weather was gorgeous all week, and I was feeling so lucky to live in the beautiful state of Colorado.
This is my favorite so far. I took this as the sun was setting at the park.
Well, that sums up my day to day life in photos.
I fear I may never use my real camera again.
Now, if only I can convince Caleb to take some "couple selfies" with me. We have VERY few photos of the two of us together. I'm so going to work on that. ;)