Patiently waiting, executive-style, for the little boy in the sailor suit... (Hairbrush is her favorite toy.)
The photo shoot went well. Livi smiled a lot, played with the Christmas background, and kept her shoes on. Afterward she patiently ate Cheerios while I chose shots and decided which coupon would warrant the best deal.
Then we had lunch at Chick-Fil-A and Olivia surprised me by (slowly, in small pieces) eating chicken nuggets. It's magical how the food that big people eat can actually sustain a little one in the event that Mommy forgets to pack the fruit she cut up. No more jars of baby food. Epiphany!
Last night Steve and I went to pick up the photos, then decided to swing by the Santa display to see how long the line was. There was no line at all (!) and we were excited to check off another obligatory childhood photo-op when I asked if I could just take a picture with my own camera. They ask that you
So maybe next year we'll get the pumpkin photos when Olivia's able to walk around and do candid non-posed things. Until then we'll have plenty of pictures of her sitting in her high chair, feeding Riley. Oh, and in case I don't get these mailed out, consider this your Christmas card from us!