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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

All Is Quiet...

All is quiet in our little household...even Sofia is sleeping! :) We have been so blessed to have had so many visitors over the last 6 weeks that it seemed weird to wake up yesterday morning knowing that no one would be staying with us this week.

We enjoyed a fabulous Thanksgiving week beginning with my sister's quick weekend visit and full week of Chris's parents and sister. Not a moment was spared holding and staring at Sofia, of course! It has become really special to watch our family members get to see our daughter for the first time. It is something I will never be able to forget.

With all the family in town, we took the opportunity to attend a Broncos game - with Sofia in tote of course! Bundled in layers, we strapped her into the baby carrier and took turns during the halves of the game holding her. At just 5 weeks old, Sofia might have been the youngest Broncos fan ever to attend a game! :)

Other highlights of the week included: trips to some great restaurants all over Denver, shopping at the new mall near our house, lunch and shopping at the famed Pearl Street in Boulder, tea for Mary and Lindsey at the Brown Palace Hotel, fabulous Thanksgiving dinner and LOTS of hanging out. It really was a great week.

Now, Sofia and I are getting used to being by ourselves again. We have our routine and somehow the days seem to pass in the blink of an eye. It is weird not talking to any adults all day long, but somehow the cooing, lip-smacking and occasional cry seems to substitute for "big words" just fine. :) I'm totally diggin' this mom thing.

Here are some pictures from the week below. Enjoy!

Go Broncos!

All bundled up and ready to go to the game.

Santa showed up in Boulder!

Sleep, baby, sleep.

Bath time!

Aunt Lindsey and Sofia catching a quick cat nap.

Granmary and her granddaughter. :)

Aw. Grandpa and Grandma Daniel

Holding Mamma's hand

Chris and David preparing Turkey Day Dinner. It was great!

Thanksgiving Day table. The china and silver on the table was passed down to me from my Aunt Miriam. It belonged to her grandmother.

Mmm food! Stacey, Lindsey and I set to dig in for dinner. :)


cyndi & lee said...

I love the pictures!! It's great to see how much Sofia has already grown and the ones of her with the rest of the family are precious (especially the one with David & Mary). Glad to hear all is well!

Thank you for keeping us posted. We really enjoy (& appreciate) the updates!

cyndi & lee said...

Forgot to mention it earlier but does anyone ever tell Chris how much he resembles the lead singer of Rascal Flatts or the guy from the Capital One/Enterprise Rent-A-Car commercials?

Lee and I mention it every time we see either of the above and after looking at these pictures, we just had to ask!!

Aunt Lindsey said...

We loved every minute of being out there! Thanks for being so sharing with your daughter as clearly no one wanted to put her down!

Love you guys

Woody said...

Everyone looks healthy and happy, and yes Mom and Daughter are look alikes, thank God, right Chris!

Wishing you all a very Merry and safe Christmas Holiday.