In the last hectic days of pre-Pesach cleaning, I had so little time to blog that I didn't come online even to wish all Beit Yisrael a happy and kosher Pesach. I hope you are all enjoying the holiday, spending a wonderful time with your family, and eating plenty of good food.
I hope that in a few days, when the holiday is over, I'll be back to blogging more regularly. In the meantime, I'll share a milestone: our Shira turned 3 months old! The amount of joy our little girl brings into our lives seems to grow day by day. What a sweet, curious, affectionate tiny person she is. Little Shira loves to communicate, and coos and smiles at anyone who talks to her. Of course, she also loves to be cuddled and held, and bath time is her favorite hour during the day.
I'm also significantly less tired now - we are the lucky parents of a baby who sleeps through the night (12 hours straight - with a dream feeding - last night), naps at least once during the day, and can entertain herself for long stretches of time (30 minutes to 1 hour) if necessary. She bats her toys or just looks around with the liveliest interest.
Well, happy Pesach! Until next time.