More Ana days

Today is Friday, and I stayed home from school and my long-term substitute job to be with Ana. We could have taken her to Doris, yesterday Adie stayed home and she was with her and Steve. I hope it was a fun day for them. She wasn’t an easy child that is for sure. Adie said she tipped the cereal and wouldn’t nap. I could tell she was worn out because she went right to sleep after supper and a bath. And, no Ana’s mother, she did not have to endure a bath every night. This was her first one since coming, and I think she really needed to have it as she was starting to smell like a diaper rather than a baby. Anyway, I don’t want to be all boring with writing, I would rather share some pictures. I have more, but I will have to wait for Paulina to come home. I took them with my new phone and I have no clue how to set up the email place so that I can get them to the computer and post them. Proof again that technology is only as good as the person who can run it.

Ana talking to Grandpa after her bath.

Ana talking to Grandpa after her bath.

Ana in the bath about to say, "Get me OUT!!" Not even the rubber duck made her want to stay.

Ana in the bath about to say, “Get me OUT!!” Not even the rubber duck made her want to stay.

Here are a few more random shots of how the days have been looking outside. It is freezing cold again today, but they are promising a warm up to 27 degrees F by tomorrow. Yipee almost to the freezing mark, from the bottom up.

The shop today in the sunshine.

The shop today in the sunshine.

The shop on Wednesday when we had a light dusting of snow.

The shop on Wednesday when we had a light dusting of snow.

Here are Sophia and Roger trying to get in on the action. They don’t really like not being the center of attention, but haven’t really been too outspoken about it.

Hey, let me in, it is cold out here.

Hey, let me in, it is cold out here.

Hi, what are you doing on that computer?

Hi, what are you doing on that computer?

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